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The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the rich history of Australian Motor Sport, with a particular focus on Bathurst and Mount Panorama as the spiritual home of Australian motor racing. Located at Murray’s Corner, Mount Panorama – an address the envy of motor sports Australia wide.
From humble beginnings as a temporary display, the Museum, then known as The Bathurst Motor Racing Museum was officially opened in 1988 by the late Peter Brock. Through changes in name and the move to our current location, the Museum and collection has grown substantially over the last 30 years to cover all facets of motor sport from the 1920’s to the present. The stories of drivers and events are told through original trophies, race suits, leathers, race footage and photographs.
See many of the dominant machines that ran in Australian touring car, open wheeler, rally, motorcycle and speedway races. Take in one of our ever-changing exhibitions and experience the spectacular Immersive Room which gives visitors a taste of the speed, sound and excitement of racing at Mount Panorama.
The National Motor Racing Museum has reopened with appropriate social distancing and other entry conditions in place. Please contact us to discuss group bookings as restrictions may apply.
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A constantly-changing lineup of more than 100 racing cars and motor bikes from all eras that have made their mark not only on Mount Panorama, but across Australia.
Allan Moffat’s 1977 Bathurst winning Falcon hardtop led team mate Colin Bond over the line for one of the most memorable finishes in Bathurst history.
The Immersive Room brings the sounds, sights and excitement of motor racing to life. Experience real action racing footage from Mount Panorama, and some of the memorable moments throughout the history of the Great Race.
No visit to Mount Panorama would be complete without visiting the Peter Brock Wing in the Museum and viewing the Peter Brock Statue in the grounds.
Wayne Gardner’s 1987 500cc World Championship winning Honda Grand Prix motorcycle.
The wreckage of Chaz Mostert’s 2015 Ford Falcon Supercar shows the engineering and safety that goes into the design of modern race vehicles.
‘The last of the big bangers’ – Peter Brock’s 1984 Bathurst-winning HDT Commodore.
The ladies’ toilet wall has been autographed by famous race drivers such as Peter Brock, Alan Moffat and Craig Lowndes.
The 1988 Bathurst 1000-winning Ford Sierra of Tony Longhurst and Tomas Mezera.
Replicas of the 1963, 1966, 1967 and 1968 Bathurst 500 winning cars show the showroom stock roots of today’s high-tech touring car racers.
A shop full of Mount Panorama and Australian racing souvenirs, clothing, toys and accessories.