Queensland Transport Museum


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Open Hours: Daily 9am - 4pm

Current Exhibit: 7 June - 3 November 2024

QAS Studebaker, Mini Minor "Smurf" display car, GMS 6x6 Cargo with ammunition limber and 25 pounder assembly, 1924 Mack Furniture Van, 1986 Kenworth SAR Prime mover, 1975 G89 Cab over (One owner, One driver), 1980 Custom DRB Kit Car, 1958 Velocette motorcycle, Western Transport Exhibit including a truck on a truck on a truck and more... 

Museum exhibits change regularly so be sure to keep coming back


Entry Fees:

Adult $8.00 | Concession $6.00 | 6-15 $3.00 | < 6 $0.00 | Family $22.00 (2 Adults upto 3 children under 16) | Companion cards also accepted

Two Wheels, Four Wheels and more wheels...

The Queensland Transport Museum (QTM) features a magnificent display of various forms of transport through the ages that explore the creations, founders and functions of the transport industry. See on display vintage vehicles in their original and lovingly restored condition and relive the heyday of Western Transport.

The Western Transport Exhibit, within QTM, is not only a tribute to J.C. (Cyril) Anderson and his brother M.J.R. (Curly) Anderson, but also to the men and women who worked for this great company.


  • Toilets
  • Baby Change
  • Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Tours
  • Groups Bookings

Map & Directions

34 Lake Apex Drive, Gatton QLD 4343, Australia


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.


Phone 07 5466 3426