The museum regularly takes to the track and has recently participated in events such as the Goodwood Festival of speed, Gold Coast and Sydney V8 Supercar events, Tweed on Speed, Muscle Car Masters and Golden era Auto Racing events

The museum is extremely grateful to the lenders who have kindly lent their cars, bikes, trophies and photographs. Without them the Museum could not operate. Apart from the dozens of private individuals, commercial groups such as The Peter Brock Foundation, Triple Eight Race engineering, Bowden's, ARDC, Suzuki Australia, HONDA MPE, Holden Motor sport, Mazda Racing and Volvo Australia have all contributed.

These loans range from recent Bathurst winning cars to Peter Brocks personal collection of trophies and sashes.

  • Our Mission

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    Our Mission

    Our Mission

    The National Motor Racing Museum's mission is the conservation and preservation of material relevant to Australian motor racing history, and to enhance the understanding and significance of motorsport within Australia.
  • Our History

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    Our History

    Our History

    The Museum was established in 1988 following a great drive by Bathurst Light car club. It was run by a community committee until 1997 when Bathurst Regional Council took over the wheel of management.
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    Our Opening Hours

    Our Opening Hours

    The National Motor Racing Museum is open, and staff are available between 9am and 4.30pm every day, except Christmas Day (and selected other public holidays). Give us a call, (02) 6332 1872!