Welcome to "Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre" website
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
We know that there are a lot of questions around how the latest Federal Government & NSW Government announcements affecting us and our functions;
As from Today the 25th March 2020.
Updated 01th Jun 2020.
- Our Museum will reopen from the 12th Jun 2020.
- All General Meetings are canceled till further notice.
- Our June Lone Weekend Dinner and Road Run is cancelled for 2020.
We can not give a direct time line for anything as things are changing on a daily basis so we hope every one understands this.
We want to assure all our Members, Guest and Visitors that health and safety is one of our top prioritys and hope all stay safe during these tough times.
With the situation rapidly evolving any updates to this information will be made available on our website and social media channels ASAP.
The Museum has re-opened
Our Museum has re-openend from the 12th Jun 2020.
Friday's open from 10am to 3pm,
Saturday's open from 10am to 3pm,
Sunday's open from 10am to 3pm,
Please take note: Our museum is run by volunteer members only, no paid staff.
Entry is $5 per person, $4 Concession, Children Under 16 Free. (Cash Only)
(The museum may be opened at other times and days, Members &/or Booking Dependent)
(If our Museum is not open during our advertised time's then we apologise as it means a volunteer is not available for this day)
To All Members
Its Membership renewal time.
Membership is due by the 31st of May each year
Please also note, we are asking for you to also update your details too, info at bottom of membership page
The Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre (ARTHC) is becoming an iconic national transport museum dedicated to the preservation, upkeep and display of vehicles and equipment that played a role in the development of the Australian road transport industry.
In particular the ARTHC are showcasing some of vehicles & equipment that operated on the Hume Highway and tell some of the stories from the Hume Highway and Gundagai region.
Gundagai is located almost halfway between Sydney and Melbourne on the Hume Highway and has long been a popular stopping point for truck drivers.
We have a current museum that is set up to allow for viewing, storage and maintenance of the equipment we have collected and received over the years, the museum is at corner of Tor St and Jack Moses Ave Gundagai
We are only about 900 meters from the Gundagai Information Centre.
We are looking into sites and have a few on the table for our new larger main Museum site.
The ARTHC aim is to create a transport heritage centre of national significance.
Additionally being located almost halfway between Melbourne and Sydney it is envisaged that in time the ARTHC might become one of the destination for some of the heritage vehicle runs like
Hauling the Hume and Crawling the Hume (to name a few).