Car & Automotive Museums in Australasia

The map below shows just the Auto museums and collections in Australasia we have in our directory at the moment.

Please select a marker on the map, a pop up will display the Museum located there, and a link for more details. Click on a cluster to zoom in on that section.

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Australasian Car & Automotive Museums in alphabetical order

  • Classics Museum (Road), Dinsdale, Hamilton, New Zealand

    Over 100 classic cars, but not just cars. Our collection encompasses a range of interests including an extensive collection of petrol memorabilia.

  • Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) (Road, Air, Rail), Western Springs, New Zealand

    Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology, is New Zealand’s largest transport, technology and social history museum. Spread across 40 acres.

  • National Automobile Museum of Tasmania (Road), Launceston, Tasmania (TAS), Australia

    The museum comes alive with four theme displays each year as well as changing exhibits in the main hall and a mezzanine floor packed with motorcycles.

  • National Motor Museum (Road), Birdwood, South Australia (SA), Australia

    Since 1965 millions of people have enjoyed discovering their motoring heritage at the National Motor Museum, Birdwood, South Australia.

  • National Motor Racing Museum Bathurst (Road), Bathurst, New South Wales (NSW), Australia

    The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports.

  • Packard Motor Museum (Road, Rail), Maungatapere, Whangarei, New Zealand

    The collection encompasses vehicles, machinery and memorabilia from the 19th and 20th centuries including the 1873 Dubs A62 steam engine.

  • Queensland Motorsport Museum (Road), Sumner, Queensland (QLD), Australia

    Closed until further notice.

Australasian Car & Automotive Museums ordered by City