The Australian Pinball Museum is an interactive museum that showcases a collection of pinball machines and pinball art. The museum holds the largest collection of pinball machines in Australia – featuring games dating all the way back to 1932.
Art lovers will find the museum walls are packed with pinball art – the museum has the largest display of pinball art in the world.
The pinball machines on display are kept in working condition and are available to be played by visitors.
The Australian Pinball Museum is a must-see destination for art, science and history enthusiasts. The museum aims to promote the game of pinball, teach the science behind the workings of a pinball machine, and provide a place where rare and unusual pinball games can be played and enjoyed.
The museum is situated directly on the main highway, adjacent to a motel for those travellers making the museum their holiday destination.
Entry to the museum is free to look at the pinball machines and art on display.
To be able to play a pinball machine that is on display at the museum it will cost $1 or $2 depending on the pinball game (age and rarity of the pinball).