Road Transport Hallf of Fame, Alice Springs

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Drop by Road Transport Hallf of Fame to see a huge collection of big trucks, old road trains, vintage cars, motorcycles, engines, and special tools. This museum of transportation includes over 100 restored vehicles, many of which were used by the pioneers who conquered Australia’s outback. One of the site’s most popular exhibits is the chassis of the first Kenworth truck ever produced, which came off the production line in 1971. This comprehensive museum, the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, showcases great Australian vehicles and narrates the story of intrepid Australians who drove these machines over some of the world’s most difficult roads. Your admission ticket is valid for two days, so explore the fascinating history of transportation at your own speed. Put Road Transport Hallf of Fame on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Alice Springs online journey builder.
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  • A must see experience for any motoring enthusiast. Certainly some beautiful examples of big machinery. Campground is basic but suited our needs to a 'T'. Quiet, safe and in a great location. We... 
    A must see experience for any motoring enthusiast. Certainly some beautiful examples of big machinery. Campground is basic but suited our needs to a 'T'. Quiet, safe and in a great location. We...  more »
  • We stopped in as we had some time to fill when visiting Alice. Some interesting exhibitions along the way, but it is a little chaotic outside in particular. Got to really love trucks to fully... 
    We stopped in as we had some time to fill when visiting Alice. Some interesting exhibitions along the way, but it is a little chaotic outside in particular. Got to really love trucks to fully...  more »
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  • I actually just stayed in the campground. Rustic but good. Peaceful tho the wind was wild last night. Internet coverage wasn't good enough to run zoom but that may have been the wind. There's a leaking shower that desperately needs a new washer. I'd've loved to try the Dutch apple cake but cafe was closed by the time I arrived. Museum looks interesting & very authentic, maybe next time I'll see it.
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