Father’s Day marks one of the last few days to view “The Cars We Grew Up With,” an exhibition at the Brisbane Motor Museum in Banyo that showcases vehicles many GenX parents and older will remember from their own childhoods.
A toe-tapping musical celebration also awaits families who will come visit on September 3. The day kicks off with cars and coffee, featuring breakfast fare and quality coffee in the museum’s motoring-themed cafe, located on the corner of Tufnell and Nudgee Road.
Visitors can also enjoy live music from The Swingalicious Big Band, who will be playing favourite tunes from the 1930s-50s in the Museum Foyer. The 17-piece jazz ensemble provides the perfect soundtrack as attendees browse the museum’s impressive collection of vintage and classic vehicles from bygone eras.
So round up your dad, grandpa, or that special father figure in your life and take a drive down memory lane this Sunday, 3 September 2023, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. With live jazz, coffee, and access to Brisbane’s newest automotive museum, it will be a Fathers’ Day to remember.
Visit Brisbane Motor Museum’s website to learn more about the event.
About the Brisbane Motor Museum
Classic car enthusiasts now have a new destination to indulge their passion. The Brisbane Motor Museum opened its doors in June 2023, providing a showcase for vintage and historic automobiles.
Housed in a spacious facility, the museum boasts rotating exhibits that will change every three to four months. Plans are already underway for future exhibitions, including a showcase of artworks related to automobiles. The museum will also pay tribute to historic accomplishments of Australian car clubs.
In addition to the museum space, the facility includes a club room for car club gatherings, a library of automotive books and manuals, and a cafe. Food, coffee, and soft drinks will be available for visitors.
The Brisbane Motor Museum is located at 959 Nudgee Road, Banyo and is open Wednesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Under-cover parking is available for visitors driving their modern day cars to the museum.