Inverell's National Transport Museum is open everyday except Christmas Day 10am to 4pm.
With over 200 members and 120 vehicle exhibits, ranging from Vintage, Veteran, Classic and Motorcycles, the National Transport Museum has become a valuable tourist attraction for the North West and New England area. Some of the vehicles on display include a 1906 Dayton (believed to be the only one left worldwide), 1912 Renault, various Holdens and Fords including GT Falcons, 1926 Diana, 1929 Packard, and wide range of Chev's just to name a few.
The National Transport Museum consists of a display of over 120 exhibits. Cars, trucks, fire engines, motorcycles, bicycles, pedal cars, scooters and numerous models and transport related items make up the ever changing display.
As well as a huge variety of the more popular makes of vehicles, there are some rare and exotic creations on display such as a 1906 Dayton which is believed to be the only working one left worldwide, a 1912 Renault as well as two of the carriages from the Sydney Monorail.
The museum also houses varied display's such as antique dolls and wedding dresses, a decorated cake display, working model train, sewing machine collection and large library with rare manuals.
There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.