What’s happening on @NATIONALMOTORMUSEUM

  • There won’t just be music at the Cudlee Creek Bushfire Benefit Concert, but delicious South Australian Producers donating their goods to give back to the community too! 
A @sparkkechange bar will be on site selling one of their delicious, all-natural beers and a Hard Lemonade, with 100% of the proceeds going towards the cause.
  • The Bald Eagles are the leading interpreters of The Eagles hits and harmonies, and you will have the opportunity to rock out to their sweet tunes at the Cudlee Creek Bushfire Benefit Concert on Sunday 9 February.
All we ask is a generous donation at the gate as entry, we can’t wait to see you!
​📸 via The Bald Eagles Facebook, check them out!
  • It's been 12 years since the Talbot, the first car to ever cross Australia from south to north in 1908, last ran. Today Terry and Peter, two veteran vehicle experts, assisted our mechanic Nigel in firing it up again. Can you imagine driving 3000 kms in the Talbot?
  • EXCITING NEWS!
We are thrilled to announce we will be holding a Cudlee Creek Bushfire Benefit Concert to support the Adelaide Hills community and businesses directly affected by the recent bushfires. 
It will be a great day full of amazing musicians and local Adelaide Hills businesses who have been impacted by the fires, as well as a Recovery Centre to provide information and assistance. 
The event is presented by @historysa and will be held at the @natmotormuseumaus  on Sunday 9 February, 12pm – 9pm. 
The event is for those of all ages and we are asking for a generous donation at the gate to gain entry.
  • Want to win a ride in an exotic 1932 Delage D8S or an exhilarating Bugatti Veyron?
Tomorrow the Museum will be carrying out its routine maintenance runs on some special vehicles, visit us for a chance to ride as a passenger in the cars!

#delage #bugatti #bugattiveyron #veyron #visitadelaidehills
  • Ever wondered just how hot your car gets when it's parked out on a hot day? 🌞

We've put two vehicles outside as they require conservation in a hot environment. Air temperature was at 38 degrees but the steering wheel wasn't far from 60... so good luck finding a park in the shade today!

#australia #adelaidehills #40degrees

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