A 1913 French tourer used during the 1927 opening of Parliament House.
Used by Queen Elizabeth II on her first official visit to Australia.
Driven by adventurer Francis Birtles in record-breaking overland car journeys of the 1920s.
This distinctive French car, dubbed the little lemon, was the first to travel around Australia.
Owned by BHP manager and industrialist Essington Lewis, an early supporter of the Holden car.
The definitive model for millions of cars and the sole survivor of three test sedans shipped to Australia.
A 1950s Holden Special Sedan owned by one woman for 25 years.
A Concord coach used in northern New South Wales in the 1880s, and later in several films.
One of the oldest working paddle steamers in the world.
A clock salvaged from the 'Southern Cloud' wreck, the site of Australia's first major civil air disaster.
A full-size replica of the biplane glider used in Australia's first successful heavier-than-air flight.