The world-class, family-owned and operated museum houses one of Australia’s finest collections of agricultural, industrial and social history items. With over 20 sheds full of beautifully restored items, it is not hard to spend a full day reflecting on a bygone era.
The international shed is home to a rare 1913 truck and more than 40 tractors and dozers including a W12 and TD24. Other sheds are full of Massey Harris and Ferguson equipment, Fordsons, Caterpillars, Chamberlains, TC12 Euclid, harvesting equipment, horse drawn wagons, Garagenalia, large and small engines and loads more.
Browse through our gemstone and household memorabilia displays.
A free tractor-trailer ride around the park will take you to our workshop print shop, settlement style dairy, shearing and blacksmith sheds and many other interesting exhibits.
The relocated Bunbury Army Drill Hall now houses a very extensive military display with everything from medals to huge missiles and an impressive Leopold Tank.
The timber industry is well represented with logging equipment, drag saws, chain saws and a replica mill settlement. On the first Sunday of every month, the Park cuts timber in its fully operational saw mill.
A majestic 1903 Marshall traction engine has pride of place, and seeing the 50hp and 100hp Tangye engines running side by side is a very impressive sight.