Next Machinery Open Weekend is Now Cancelled
As number of Covid-19 cases continue to grow in Sydney particularly in the west and now the far west of NSW, we feel that it will be impossible to run our October rally this year. So let's look forward to getting together for our May Rally on 14th & 15th May 2022.
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Field Days Location: 86 Menangle Rd, Menangle Park, NSW., Australia.
"We aim to educate and entertain the public and promote the restoration and preservation of our unique past"
A Little Bit About Us
The restoration of new exhibits is always underway as are changes to the grounds, static exhibits and work on our railway. Our members are also busy setting up display sheds to enhance our displays. The Museum is planned to provide educational and entertainment opportunities with appeal to people of all ages.
The Museum currently has around 160 members from all over the State, We hold regular events and attend many external shows with like minded organisations, or to help with celebrations in our local area.
We have two main "Field Days" a year in May and October where you can see the machinery in action. Jump to our "field days" page to see a preview of some of our attractions that you will see. We also open regularly for other events and displays as well as supporting other local groups. shows and displays throughout the year.
We are the home to the Medieval Archery Society (MAS) and we are open so they run a range day on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month. Please contact MAS if you are interested in trying your hand at traditional archery on any of the range days. www.medievalarchery.org.au
If you feel you would like to become a member of our museum please contact us by mail or email using the details below
CSMM Wants You!
Campbelltown Steam and Machinery Museum is a volunteer organisation which aims to preserve historic machinery for the education and information of the public.
We have a large array of steam driven traction engines & portable steam engines, oil, petrol and diesel stationary engines, tractors, farm machinery and our own train & track.
All this is stored and displayed on our large site at Menangle near Campbelltown NSW. Some artefacts are privately owned and some are owned by the Museum.
We need more members to help us with our machinery at our open days and on site and to assist with administration and maintenance jobs. So if you have a qualification, trade, are good at organising or advertising or just like to garden and be active please fill in an application form by clicking the button below.
We would love to see you there.
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