The home of Australian motoring

Shepparton has a long history of driving; it is the home of the original Driver Education Centre Australia (DECA), is a major Australian transport hub carrying the produce of the region throughout the country and has one of Australia’s highest levels of collector car ownership.

The museum is a living collection and is constantly growing to help ensure our motoring history is preserved for future generations. As well as regular exhibitions throughout the year,  a new selection from the collection is curated for display four times per year.

The Shepparton Motor Museum and Collectibles is home to up to 100 classic, heritage and muscle cars including motorcycles and vintage bicycles.

All our vehicles have been generously loaned or donated for display from not only Shepparton and the Goulburn Valley, but across Victoria and Australia.

The vehicles are complemented by a wide range of petrol memorabilia including enamel signs, petrol bowsers, oil cans and bottles and many other items tracing the history of motoring.

Our exhibits are regularly refreshed and rotated to ensure there is something new and exciting for first time and returning visitors.

We are always on the look-out for items or cars to display, so if you have a special vehicle or memorabilia you would like to loan or donate a vehicle or other collections to the museum, please contact us.

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