About Us

Purpose and Goals

The Australian Rally Museum Incorporated is a not for profit member-based group of volunteers dedicated to preserving the history of rallying as a sport in Australia and across the world. Our Goal is to collect and display items of significance to the sport of rallying, with an Australian focus.

Currently the museum adds to its collection of artefacts and memorabilia where and when it can and gathers stories about the various eras of rallying from the very early days right up to the present. Many of these items are on display at significant events and in the museum’s mobile display van.

The display van at the speedway stage during the 2019 Alpine Rally of East Gippsland

The Museum also frequently plays a significant role in celebrating the successes associated with events, both past and present with the construction of dioramas and other displays.

Inside the display van – 1979 Repco Reliability Trial Centenary display

Management Committee

The current management committee of the Museum, which is elected annually at the Annual General Meeting, consists of: Trevor Shelton (Chair); Tom Smith (Secretary); Phillip Bonser (Treasurer); Andrew “Pip” Bennett; Mick Bruce; Bernie Keast; Anne Mulholland and Peter Whitten.

All members can vote at the AGM and volunteer for a role on the Committee – the more the merrier!

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