Vehicles from the National Museum of Australia
Some of our most significant vehicles will be making the trip from Canberra to hit the track at Wakefield Park Raceway. This is a rare opportunity to see the National Museum’s vehicle collection in action.
It's also your chance to get up close to rarely displayed iconic vehicles, including:
- Brabham BT23A-1 Repco V8, 1967, built and raced by Formula One legend, Jack Brabham
- DE 36hp Daimler landaulette, 1948, used by Queen Elizabeth II during the 1954 Royal Tour
- The Sundowner Bean 14hp car, 1925, driven by Francis Birtles on his record-breaking journey from London to Melbourne in 1927
- Model-T Ford truck, 1924–26, used to promote Aeroplane Jelly from 1978 to 1988
With more vehicles to be announced! Presented in partnership with Wakefield Park Raceway.
Line up your motoring treasure alongside our historic vehicles in the Show ‘n’ Shine, or join us on Friday night as we transform the track into a drive-in and screen a classic film. It will be a family-friendly celebration of Australia’s motoring history.
For more information on the Show ‘n’ Shine or how your club can get involved, email email@example.com