Opened in 2011, the national standard collection of vintage and classic cars and all things motoring will interest everyone.
I must admit I don't know a great deal about cars or bikes, but even I was able to appreciate the fine detail and excellent care that has gone into the restoration of these vehicles.
Beautifully restored jaguars
I loved the old bikes and in the gleaming car with beautiful red seats that looked like something taken directly from a movie screen filmed around the glamorous 1920s (if these cars were around this early).
Just like a movie
I also loved the memories of the funny old Combi vans brought back from my childhood and the ancient caravans decked out, complete with women that looked like they had stepped out of a Tupperware brochure.
My husband on the other hand was absolutely enthralled and delighted by what he saw, exiting the museum he was heard exclaiming comments like "wow that is amazing" and "awesome job, you should be congratulated".
He was delighted and amazed to realise that it was a new venture and all of these pieces had been located and beautifully taken care of.
The children whilst not necessarily appreciating the care and our age of the vehicle certainly were thrilled by the shininess and the appearance of cars and bikes they had only ever seen the likes of in movies.
Gorgeous pedal cars for the little ones
You can find the Shepparton Motor Museum at Emerald Bank, Shepparton
The Shepparton Motor Museum is a not-for-profit organisation
$7 Senior/ concession
Yearly membership passes are also available
at $45 adult $35 senior concession $75 family.
Membership entitles that unlimited access to the motor museum for a period of 12 months.
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Darryl Meek is the curator of the Shepparton Motor Museum and is always looking out for unique and interesting motorcars bikes or memorabilia. If you think you had something that Darryl could display he would love to hear from you - phone 0407881288.