Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Feast’s Private Classic Car Collection & Memorabilia has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Feast’s Private Classic Car Collection & Memorabilia is a popular attraction for vintage car enthusiasts visiting South Australia. More than just vintage cars, this museum also houses a number of quirky and unconventional attractions but it’s definitely worth a visit.
Feast’s Private Classic Car Collection & Memorabilia, Port MacDonnell SA
Today, visitors will be enthralled to see that one of Australia’s best and biggest collection of vintage cars. Keep your eyes peeled for the rare 1962 Chrysler Valiant S-series. This gem of an automobile was once used as an ambulance in Victoria, but it’s now among the favourites of visitors in the museum.
In addition to cars, there are also historical treasures that are quirky and interesting. This marvellous array of treasures includes incredible dated pieces which tell the story bygone eras. At Feast’s Private Classic Car Collection & Memorabilia, it is not unusual to find television sets from the 50’s sharing space with old advertising signage alongside unique key rings and even coffins for a dose of dark humour.
One of the most outstanding pieces is the Mount Gambier Telephone Exchange that dates back to the mid-20th century. If you would like to have a glimpse of how people communicated back then and how far we’ve come, you would have to check out this telephone exchange to appreciate advancements made in the industry.
It is interesting to note that most of the items on display at the museum have been donated, likely because most of the unconventional items found here would not have much use in modern homes. However, at the museum, they are widely appreciated as people travel miles just to come and see it.
Feast’s Private Classic Car Collection & Memorabilia is located on Lower Nelson Road, off Riddoch highway.