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Sunday 4th of March 2018 - Monthly Cruise - Motor Museum of WA

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This 150km drive through the hills will cover some great MX5 friendly roads, and finishes at the Motor Museum of WA in Whiteman Park. We have made a 'Group booking' so Museum admission price is only $10 pp (usually $15). Also, the Museum have set aside an area for us to park and have private access to a Shelter (Shelter M) and $1 coin operated electric BBQ. We access through the car park and gate beside the museum where there is space for about 50 cars on the grass next to the Shelter. This space is for Club cars, not everyday vehicles.

Before or after visiting the museum participants can enjoy a BYO everything picnic/BBQ at the Shelter, or buy food and coffee at the Cafe.

The Motor Museum of WA extension is now open. The addition of nearly 2,000 square metres of floor space has enabled the display of over 200 beautiful and historic vehicles and includes a section dedicated to motor racing. Featured displays currently include cars built by local legend Cliff Byfield and a superb collection of every model Holden Premier from EJ through to HZ. These cars are displayed for a limited time.

Whether you are a motoring enthusiast or simply interested in local history you will find something of interest in the Museum. They have a range of cars and motorcycles from the late 19th century through to the present. Some vehicles have a local historic story attached to them and others are rare examples that you will only find in a few select locations around the world.
In addition you will also find one of the finest collections, in any motor museum, of automotive models, plus memorabilia, workshop equipment, tools, metal and painted signs, an extensive collection of photographs, historic cycles, club newsletters and manuals relating to the automotive industry.

We meet at the Cockburn Gate Shopping Centre in the rear car park (not the car park near The Gate Pub) (Click here to view a map) at 9:00 and depart 9:30am sharp.

                                                                                                                                                                              

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