Gold Coast Motor Museum - Attraction
You don’t need to be a car lover to enjoy the Gold Coast’s latest, greatest attraction—just a lover of a great view, history and a fantastic meal.
Mind you, car buffs will drool over the Gold Coast Motor Museum.
Just 10 minutes inland from the M1 and Movie World, you’ll find a huge selection of cars and motorbikes from 1900 through to 1988. There’s horse-drawn buggies, old pushbikes and peddle cars too, and other relics of history, from telephones to tools and the finest period fashion for women.
Many car museums are one-make museums, but here you’ll find everything from Holdens to Lamborghinis. Built by Carl and Grant Amor as a tribute to their late father, the museum showcases the siblings’ impressive private collection of 75 cars and bikes.
Set on 12 acres in the picturesque Gold Coast Hinterland and surrounded by native trees and grassland, the museum and striking restaurant are set on the crest of the hill, offering views to Coomera Valley.
Next door to the museum, Stanley’s Barn’s award-winning chef prepares culinary treats in a barn that looks historic, even though it’s brand new (it was built from 100-year-old trusses, and its internal walls are clad with weatherboards from 80-year-old Queensland homes).
107 Kriedeman Road,