Now open to the public, this fascinating exhibition coincides with the Revolutions Transport Museum's 10 year anniversary and explores all the major revolutions in transport industry from 2005 to 2015.
Families will discover a variety of vehicles on display, some of which embrace technological advances and others designed for the more eco-friendly user, such as the electric bike.
You won't believe how much has changed in the transport industry in the past ten years and what's to come in the future!
In addition to the '10 Years of Transport Change' exhibition, visitors are invited to visit this month's Cabinet of Curiosities which is from the days when shoes were repairable and hand-made shoes were available all over Perth!
You can also follow The Transport Heritage Trail; view the Whitman Collection, consisting of antique machinery and curios collected by the Park's namesake, Lew Whitman; and watch mini-movies starring the character 'Rev' in the theatrette.
Revolutions Transport Museum is open every day from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Entry is by donation.
For more information on what's on at Revolutions Transport Museum, please visit the official website.