Serpentine Vintage Tractors and Machinery Museum

The museum is housed in a large modern brick building in the township of Serpentine, 55kms south of Perth. The museum's aim is to preserve our rural past for future generations. Some of our tractors are used for demonstrations at field days. Bus tours and school groups are encouraged to visit.

Address: 
Wellard Street, Serpentine, WA
Tel: 
0895252129
Hours: 
10am - 4pm Weekends and Public Holidays, Other times by appointment.
Admission: 
Adults $4, Children $1
Facilities: 
Wheelchair Access, Toilets, Barbeque Facilities, Morning and Afternoon Teas, Souvenirs
Collection: 
The collection contains 58 Tractors, most in very good condition and working order, including a very rare M.A.N diesel tractor. Also on display are restored stationary engines, saws, pumps and various other farm items.
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Items

Circular Saw

Dennis Saw

Dennis Saw
Creator:
Dennis Power Saws, Maylands Western Australia
Description:
Mobile Saw used in the local area for tree felling

Tractor

Winget

Winget
Creator:
Pederick and Co
Description:
Very small industrial tractor
Date:
1962

One of a small number made by the engineering company Pederick and Co of Wagin in Western Australia

Tractor

Lanz 1706

Lanz 1706
Creator:
Lanz
Description:
Small, general purpose, single cylinder, diesel tractor
Date:
1953

It was found in very bad condition in 1980 and has had many hours and dollars spent on its restoration

Tractor

Farmall AM

Farmall AM
Creator:
International
Description:
A Rowcrop kerosine tractor made in Australia
Date:
1952

This tractor has been fitted with a charcoal gas producer by museum member. Mr Frank Hayward

Tractor

Chamberlain KA45

Chamberlain KA45
Creator:
Chamberlain W.A
Description:
Kerosine Tractor made in Western Australia
Date:
1951

Previously this tractor spent over 20 years left in a Paddock. It was very badly rusted and the clutch seized due to the housing being full of water for that time.