The National Motorcycle Museum, Nabiac

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
The National Motorcycle Museum is a private museum owned and run by the Kelleher family with additional maintenance from volunteers.

The Museum houses hundreds of vintage and historical motorcycles and related objects owned by both the Kelleher family and private owners. The Museum caters for school groups, tourist groups and families.

A visit to the National Motorcycle Museum is a great experience for motorcycle enthusiasts, both young and old.
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  • This is a MUST VISIT motorcycle museum! Jam packed with history of all motorcycle types, the layout is amazing and each corner you turn leads to MORE bikes. There was one huge oversight which hopefull...  read more »
  • Yes it's a motorcycle museum but it is so interesting. There are so many varieties of bikes from so many eras and in truly great condition. I like bikes but we had friends who were not and they loved ...  read more »
  • My husband was eager to get here, I was dreading it as not a motorcycle fan at all. He loved it and I didn't mind it. Interesting to see the evolution of the motorcycle and the lovely lady at the fron...  read more »
  • Every time I have visited the National Motorcycle Museum I have always had an absolutely wonderful experience. There are quite a few examples of extremely rare motorbikes. Such as certain examples of DKW and Vincent. As well as Indian, Matchless, BSA. Excelsior Henderson and Rudge. If you name it, I'm willing to bet there is a model representing it. Most of the bikes are on loan from very considerable owners. They are obviously more than happy to have their prized possessions on display for the public to see. There are also articles on display from the motorcycling industry of certain Australian identities and events they have been associated with. One particular article that I have read was about the unfortunate untimely death of Geoff Eldridge in the Baja race in Mexico. He was the Editor of Australiasian Dirt Bike magazine. There is also on display a number of racing identities racing leathers. This is a truly wonderful museum. Definitely a must see for any motorcycle enthusiast.
  • At $15 a ticket (for an adult) it is expensive, but the collection is extensive. There are many different types of bikes and most with descriptions of there history. Well worth it.
  • Incredible collection of motorbikes from all eras and from around the world. Will worth a visit.
  • Alot of wonderful bikes to see.
  • Good free camp great museum
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