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8 – 23 July 2017, 10am-5pm daily
Visit the National Motor Museum during any school holidays to explore over 400 vehicles including the ‘Big Foot’ from the Mad Max films.
Signwriting craft: Saturday 8th July - Sunday 22nd July
Monday 10th July (11am - 2 pm)
Tuesday 11th July (11am - 2 pm)
Wednesday 12th July (11am - 2 pm)
Monday 17th July (11am - 2 pm)
Tuesday 18th July (11am - 2 pm)
Wednesday 19th July (11am - 2 pm)
Come experience and participate in this hands on school holiday activity! The museum is holding signwriting demonstrations and craft activities.
Help us bring the Chamberlain 8 to Birdwood
Save the date for the second annual conference of Automotive Historians Australia: Automotive Heritage
Our Motoring Heritage
CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 29TH. Download it below.
Sunday 21 May meet 9:45am for 10am departure. Finishes around 3:30pm.
Join us for a bus tour of TJ Richards, Chrysler Australia and later Mitsubishi Motors historical sites in the greater Adelaide area.
Sunday 7 May 10am to around 12pm.
Join a walking tour of inner city Adelaide and find out about the early motoring shops, and a focus on Vivian Lewis, FT Hack, Duncan and Fraser.
Friday 5th May 2pm
Friday 12th May 2pm
Friday 19th May 2pm
Friday 26th May 2pm
Join the National Motor Museum's curator, Matthew Lombard, on a special tour of the Holden vehicles in the collection.
Monday May 1st to Wednesday May 31st daily 10 am to 5 pm.
The new exhibition showcases some of Henry Hoke's most brilliant inventions - including his revolutionary Clockwork Propulsion Vehicle.
Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April 2017, 12-4pm
Have you ever wondered how animators bring blobs of plasticine to life?
19 March to 17 June 2017
To celebrate the achievements of Frank Johns and early Adelaide Japanese motorcycle importers, the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club has an exhibition of iconic Japanese motorcycles.