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Queensland Transport Museum

Location: 34 Lake Apex Drive, Gatton QLD 4343, Australia
Phone: 07 5466 3426

The Queensland Transport Museum is currently displaying a large private collection of Military Vehicles. The display includes a Mark 5 F5 6x6 International Acco Recovery Vehicle, an M4 Diamond T Half-Track with Gunner, Mark 1 & Mark 2 Ferret Scout cars and a 6x6 Blitz and many more.

The museum is home to a magnificent display of transport vehicles, from the Volvo Globetrotter cabover to the original Mack Furniture truck. There are display cabinets brimming with models, and even a fire engine and crop dusting plane.

Transport enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy discovering vehicles of different shapes and sizes, makes and models.

Also on display in the museum is the History of Western Maranoa Transport, which is a tribute to JC (Cyril) Anderson, his brother MJR (Curly) Anderson and also the men and women who worked for this renowned company. Past employees are recognised with name plaques on the Western Wall.

Museum exhibits are ever-changing and each new visit takes you on a new adventure.

Kids Scavenger Hunt. Tour groups welcome. Onsite café now open Admission: $ 8.00 Adults. $ 6.00 Concession. $ 3.00 Child (5-15 years). FREE Child (under 5 years). $20.00 Family (2 Adults + up to 3 Children).

Hours: 9am - 4pm. Open 7 Days. Public Holiday - trading hours may vary

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Description

Military Vehicle Display - Now Open

Directions

From Brisbane, travel 90kms and take the Gatton exit off Highway A2. When in Gatton, turn left at KFC, travel another 1km and turn left into Lake Apex Drive. From Toowoomba, travel 55km east toward Brisbane and take the Gatton exit at Helidon. Travel 15km toward Gatton. After passing Andersens carpets on your left turn right into Lake Apex Drive.

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