Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum is located near Lake Hamilton, and was built in honour of Sir Reginald Ansett, the founder of the Australian transport empire formerly known as Ansett.
The Museum is dedicated to the transport and tourism pioneer Reg Ansett, who commenced his transport business in Hamilton, Victoria in 1931.
Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum – Hamilton, Victoria
Visitors are also treated to memorabilia that includes the company’s official documents, first prospectus and various records kept by the then-budding transport empire. The Boeing 727 wheel on location is symbolic of the advancements that have been made in both air and road transport.
With a full set of flight attendant uniforms available at the museum, visitors can get a feel of what determination, grit and hard work can do in transforming a single man’s dreams.
The Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum is open from 10am to 4pm daily except on Good Friday, Anzac Day and Christmas Day. There are car and coach parking spaces, disability access and public toilets on site.