Pedr Davis OAM, Jeremy Morris SC, Warren Brown, Wayne Gardner AM
DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID LOCKDOWN AND RESTRICTIONS
THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
CLOSED ALL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
NEW YEARS DAY - CLOSED
EASTER - Closed Good Friday AND Easter Sunday - OPEN EASTER SATURDAY
ANZAC Day - CLOSED
XMAS DAY AND BOXING DAY - CLOSED
LAST ENTRY TIME: - 3.30pm (to give time to look around)
Anyone who would like to access the library acquisitions can do so by appointment with the Librarian by calling the Museum on 42614100
The museum has an extensive library consisting of:
Magazines: over 12,000 magazines including Autosport, Motorsport, RCN, SCW, Wheels, Modern Motor, Motor Manual, The Autocar, T&CC, C&SC, Road & Track and many motor bike issues.
Follow the magazine link to access the catalogue on magazinecollector.net.
General motoring books - over 2500 books covering all aspects of motoring and motor sport
Follow the Books link to access the catalogue on TinyCat.
Over 5000 items consisting of reference and technical books, parts catalogues, workshop manuals, ephemera, maps, etc
The catalogue is accessible in the museum library.
All items are accessible for reference/research at the museum with prior arrangement. The museum entry fee includes supervised access to the library contents.
Any and all donations to the library will be gratefully received.
The library is usually staffed on Mondays and Thursdays between 9am and 3pm and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIONAL MOTORING HERITAGE DAY – Sunday May 16th 2021 Sunday 16th May 2021 is the 15th National Historic Motoring Heritage Day. This is a special day for all old car and 'bike fans, celebrated annually on the 3rd Sunday of May it is an initiative of the AUSTRALIAN HISTORIC MOTORING FEDERATION supported by heritage and historic motoring clubs throughout Australia. The day gives owners of all types of vintage, veteran and classic vehicles an opportunity to get out for a drive and meet other like-minded enthusiasts. Some go for long drives, some prefer a short local trip, some attend club gatherings in large numbers, others choose to go their own way. There are many suitable advertised destinations and this year the Australian Motorlife Museum at Kembla Grange NSW welcomes drivers and riders of all types of historic vehicles to our wonderful facility. We will have ample parking for all in and around the park surrounding the Museum, a sausage sizzle and refreshments available, and offer a special discounted admission to the Museum on the day: $12 adults, $6 kids aged 6 to 16. The Museum is situated just off the M1 south of Wollongong an hour and a half drive from Sydney and open from 9.30am. For directions and contact details and more on the story of the Museum and its contents see links on this page. See you there !Read More
Australian MOTORLIFE Museum members are a group of people interested in heritage motoring and also parallel advancements in technology during the same period that saw the evolution of the motor vehicle.
Australian MOTORLIFE Museum is managed by an annually elected committee and our membership takes a keen interest in the life of the Museum by attending meetings, events and by volunteering their time to assist in the running of the Museum in some way and aim to use their skills and some time to help the Museum achieve its goals.
Australian MOTORLIFE Museum offers several different types of membership. Membership with full voting rights, Membership plus Partner with full voting rights for both. Applicants who are not known by Members will be offered membership as Friends of AMM (without voting rights) for 12 months when upon agreement of both parties membership can be transferred to Full Membership.
For further information please contact us
A Member Of
Australasian Motor Museums Association
Council Of Motor Clubs
Council Of Heritage Motor Clubs N.S.W