Tractor Museum of WA

Tractor Museum of WA

At the Tractor Museum of WA, visitors are not just observers but participants in a sensory journey through the machinery that formed the backbone of our state’s early existence.

This captivating museum boasts an extensive array of relics harking back to Western Australia’s agricultural heritage. Among the myriad displays, guests can marvel at a fascinating collection comprising nearly forty meticulously preserved tractors, alongside stationary engines, vintage trucks, a captivating showcase of country life artifacts, and a treasure trove of old photographs.

Among the impressive lineup of tractors, the collection boasts remarkable specimens, including the operational 1920 Fordson—the eldest among the assembly. Adding to the allure, the museum proudly houses rarities like the 1923 Bailor cultivator from America and the sole-known HSCS crawler imported from Sweden—a unique gem gracing Australian soil.

The historical significance doesn’t end there. Chamberlain Industries, a homegrown tractor manufacturer that later merged with John Deere before eventual closure, is proudly represented at the museum. Visitors can marvel at the original prototype tractor, the iconic 40K, and the legendary “Tail-end Charlie,” a staple in the Tractor Parade, often seen bringing up the rear in a procession that captivates visitors.

Eager visitors can explore these relics during specific operating hours, making plans to witness this remarkable slice of history come to life:

– Wednesday and Friday: 10.00am to 3.00pm

– Saturday and Sunday: 10.00am to 4.00pm

– Public holidays: 10.00am to 4.00pm

– April and September school holidays: 10.00am to 3.00pm


Beyond the tangible artifacts, the museum offers an immersive experience, transporting guests back in time to an era where these mechanical marvels shaped the landscape of Western Australia. It’s not merely a display of machinery; it’s an invitation to engage with history, inviting visitors to see, hear, and even smell the remnants of a bygone era that paved the way for our state’s agricultural legacy.


If you visit Tractor Museum of WA, you can visit Perth Cars Removal as well because we are located in the same area. Check below maps to find directions.