Road Transport Hall of Fame, Alice Springs

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Drop by Road Transport Hall of Fame to see a huge collection of big trucks, old road trains, vintage cars, motorcycles, engines, and special tools. This museum of transportation includes over 100 restored vehicles, many of which were used by the pioneers who conquered Australia’s outback. One of the site’s most popular exhibits is the chassis of the first Kenworth truck ever produced, which came off the production line in 1971. This comprehensive museum, the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, showcases great Australian vehicles and narrates the story of intrepid Australians who drove these machines over some of the world’s most difficult roads. Your admission ticket is valid for two days, so explore the fascinating history of transportation at your own speed. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Road Transport Hall of Fame and many more Alice Springs attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Alice Springs itinerary planner.
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  • My 80 year old ex truck driving father loved this and the whole family enjoyed the experience too. Massive! 
  • Excellent place, kenworth museum is definitely worth a look :)alot of things to see and learn about :) 
  • Absolutely brilliant display with the hall of fame imortalising some of our road transport legends. Happy to recommend to anyone traveling through the red centre 
  • they have done A very good job bringing stuff to look like new
  • Had fantastic time there seeing lot of trucks, spent 4 hour there
  • This place hosts a huge collection of trucks, cars, motorcycles and truck memorabilia well worth a visit especially if your a truck nut or mechanic like myself, could easily spend half a day here on an unrushed visit but can be seen in just a couple of hours.
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