Every four months Gippsland Vehicle Collection Motor Museum hold a specific
theme display of vehicles.

Click on the display title below to view photographs of previous events.


Working WheelsNov 2023-Feb2024
Living in the 70sJuly-October2023
Cars and SongsMar-June2023
Rarities and ReplicasNov 2022-Feb2023
Mostly Motorcycles and Maffra CarsJuly-Oct2022
Two Themed Display British Sports Cars and Italian Cars and BikesApril-July2022
Two Themed Display (Museum closed most of the year due to COVID)July 21-Mar2022
First and LastMar-June2021
Marvels of MaffraMar-Nov2020
Cars that changed the worldNov-Feb2020
Bygone British MarquesJuly-Oct2019
Lost American BrandsMar-July2019
The 30’s & 50’s – Jitterbug to Boogie-Woogie!Nov-Mar2019
Pre 1930 – Hillbillys, Flappers & MollsJune-Nov2018
Mo-Power Chrysler and its DivisionsFeb-June2018
Flat Top FordsNov-Feb2018
Pommie Dave’s Choice – British ClassicsJuly-Nov2017
Red Alert – Tribute to the Holden Red MotorMar-July2017
Off RoadersDec-Mar2017
Never Been KissedAug-Nov2016
Gone Farmin’Mar-July2016
Japanese VehiclesNov-Feb2016
American Sports CoupesJuly-Nov2015
Beaut UtesMar-July2015
Commercial VehiclesSept2014
GVC 10th Birthday CelebrationsApril2014
Travelling Through TimeMar-Aug2014
Peter Brock DisplayJan-Mar2014
American VehiclesNovember2013
M2M RallyOctober2013
Tops Off for Cancer Display DaySeptember2013
Continental Vehicles DisplayJuly2013
Mannequins the 1960s lookApril2013
Chrysler DisplayNov-Feb2013
Federation Picnic – report and photosOct2012
Holden DisplayJuly-Oct2012
70’s DisplayJuly2011
American DisplayMarch2011
Emergency DisplayNovember2010
Topless DisplayJuly2010
Buchan Centenial RunMay2010
British DisplayMarch2010




Have you got a vehicle you would like to put on display?
Send details of your interesting vehicle to our Display Manager – Email