The Canberra Transport Museum has been established to preserve the transport history in the ACT and surrounding regions. We hope one day to have a physical museum site which will be open to the public, featuring restored historic vehicles, displays, photographs and other historic transport memorabilia.

At the current point in time the CTM aims to run at least one ‘tour’ or event each year, where members of the community will be able to travel on one or more of our historic vehicles navigating old bus routes, take photos and visit scenic locations. As we further invest time into the project, we hope in the near future our members will also have the opportunity to assist us with restoration projects and to set up a physical museum site and/or travelling museum site.

Please bear with us as we gradually expand our fleet and range of memorabilia, as this is a slow process and the CTM is staffed by volunteers, contributing our own time and money towards these projects. Please stay tuned to our website and social media pages for updates from time to time and details of upcoming events.

CTM Committee

The following members represent the CTM and its members for the 2021-22 year

PositionMember
Museum DirectorJoshua Cox
PresidentZachary Mathes
Vice PresidentMathew Barber
TreasurerBrock Ginman
SecretaryHugh Burns
Members RepresentativeRobert-John Tokaji

Interstate Transport Heritage Societies

As you may expect, transport heritage is not just limited to the ACT. There are a number of organisations around Australia with similar goals to the CTM in their own parts of the country. Some of these are listed below.

Bus Preservation Society of W.A.

Bus and Coach Society of Victoria

The Queensland Omnibus & Coach Society Inc.

Bus Preservation Association of South Australia Inc

Historic Commercial Vehicle Association Co-Operative Society Ltd. (NSW)

Our Supporters

The Canberra Transport Museum is very thankful for the support we receive from our sponsors