The National Motorcycle Museum

The National Motorcycle Museum houses in excess of 800 motorcycles and memorabilia relating to motorcycles from 1900 to the present, including a large collection of Australian speedway.

Check out this awesome virtual tour of the museum

The Museum is privately owned and operated by the Kelleher family and friends of the museum. The Museum building is purpose built and has over 2,600 square meters of floor space! With ample parking for bus and coaches groups are always welcome.

Some of the favourite machines on display are the Kenilworth scooter (1919), the twin cylinder water-cooled 2 stroke Scott, and the Vincent Black Knight. There is an excellent range from the early nineteen hundreds, and a lot of very interesting later machines. Allow an hour or two to have a good look around and read some of the interesting history presented. Books, toys, models, badges, patches and memorabilia are available for sale at the museum.

GROUPS

The relaxed atmosphere of morning and afternoon tea is a MUST DO at the museum. Spend your time browsing with your friends while enjoying beverages and finger food. Morning and afternoon tea is available for adults only at $25 inclusive of museum entry and paid at the time of booking.

Group Travel with a one off payment covering your group is $15 each (17 years plus).  Group bookings of 22 people reduces the entry to $13 each. (5 to 13 years) $5 each.  (14 to 16 years) $10 each.

  • 33 Clarkson St, Nabiac NSW 2312, Australia

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National Motorcycle Museum

The National Motorcycle Museum houses in excess of 800 motorcycles and memorabilia relating to motorcycles from 1900 to the present, including a large collection of Australian speedway.

Check out this awesome virtual tour of the museum

The Museum is privately owned and operated by the Kelleher family and friends of the museum. The Museum building is purpose built and has over 2,600 square meters of floor space! With ample parking for bus and coaches groups are always welcome.

Some of the favourite machines on display are the Kenilworth scooter (1919), the twin cylinder water-cooled 2 stroke Scott, and the Vincent Black Knight. There is an excellent range from the early nineteen hundreds, and a lot of very interesting later machines. Allow an hour or two to have a good look around and read some of the interesting history presented. Books, toys, models, badges, patches and memorabilia are available for sale at the museum.

GROUPS

The relaxed atmosphere of morning and afternoon tea is a MUST DO at the museum. Spend your time browsing with your friends while enjoying beverages and finger food. Morning and afternoon tea is available for adults only at $25 inclusive of museum entry and paid at the time of booking.

Group Travel with a one off payment covering your group is $15 each (17 years plus).  Group bookings of 22 people reduces the entry to $13 each. (5 to 13 years) $5 each.  (14 to 16 years) $10 each.

Emilio Begali

Beautiful museum if you’re into motorbikes, very easy accessible next to the highway, and lots of car park for you. You can make this visit as long as your want, there is a lot to look at, lots of vintage bikes and some cars as well, we went in a quit got day and the place was quite cool inside despite to the very large and tall shed. I place I’ll surely come back of I’m around the area with new friends.

Jan 20

luke swannell

Lots of bikes that are the same as the last but the shop has some cool merchandise. Worth a visit but 30 minutes and you’ve seen it all. Lots of classics and old bikes. Very little made since 2000

Dec 28

David Brown

If you intend looking at everything that they have on display you’d best bring a motorhome !! Crammed full of vintage, retro and a few modern bikes plus a few dozen cars, leathers, helmets, posters, crashed & bashed bikes, bike related toys, posters & displays, display cabinets of carburettors etc etc etc. They really need a bigger building to display their 100’s of thousands of items to show their full potential…. But it’s certainly still worth going. The staff are very friendly & approachable too 👍

Dec 5

me me

What an incredible collection of bikes, cars and memorabilia. The history in this place alone is amazing and talking to the owner have some wonderful insight into its history. Definitely recommend stopping in and visiting

Dec 10

John Lupton

Always call in on the way up the coast. good merchandising stuff t shirts of most bike makes, caps mugs etc. Well worth a look inside for any bike enthusiast

Jan 20
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