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Tuesday, September 02 2014 @ 02:30 AM WST

The Tractor Museum of WA is situated in wonderful Whiteman Park near the Swan Valley. We house a large display of vintage tractors, trucks and stationary engines together with a replica settlers cottage.


The museum is managed and operated by volunteers dedicated to the preservation and restoration of tractors and machinery that are part of our West Australian heritage.


We hope you enjoy our website and its many features. Please click on the About Us link to find when we are open and exactly where we are.


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Tractor Parade

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On the second Sunday of each month we have our special Display Day incorporating a Tractor Parade at 1:15pm. 

The parade traverses through Whiteman Park. Come join us and bring a picnic lunch. You can visit our museum before the parade and discover the other park attractions afterwards.

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Newly Restored "Triples" on Display

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We now have a rare set of restored Triple McCormick Super WD9's on display at the museum.

The configuration was locally designed by Roy Clarke at Goomalling in the mid 70's.

These tractors had their presentation to the public at the Whiteman Park Tractor Museum on the 30th July 2011. This was after a number of years rusting away in retirement and over 12 months of restoration by museum volunteers.

You can read about them and see a picture in the "Member Articles" section or by clicking here.

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New Arrival to Museum

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We have just acquired a Connor Shea Auto Header Harvester.

You can read about it and see a photo in our Member Article section or by clicking here.

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