The Ambulance Victoria Museum has an amazing car collection, with 18 vehicles for viewing. The museum has been developed and maintained voluntarily by retired ambulance officers and is a non-profit organization. You can also see old medical equipment, uniforms, memorabilia, posters and documents from the past. There are over 3,000 items in the museum.
The museum is open to the public and guided tours are available by retired paramedics.
Introduction to the Museum
"Ever since man, woman or child became sick or injured there has always been a mode of transport no matter how basic to convey them to hospital - from man carrying man, push, horse or motor vehicles through disasters, wars, plagues, sickness and accidents." PKD 2012
As the Victorian State election will be held on Saturday 24 November 2018, the Victorian Government has assumed a caretaker role from 6:00pm on 30 October 2018. During the caretaker period, content will only be added to this site in accordance with the caretaker conventions
- Opening Hours
- Monday - Wednesday
9:00 - 1:00PM
- 1/ 55 Barry Street, Bayswater, VIC, 3153, Australia
Arrange a Visit
Chas Martin - Co-ordinating Officer
Ambulance Historical Society Museum