We first visited this museum nearly three years ago whilst on holiday in the Broken Hill area. Since then the owners have expanded the collection and reorganised the display, so I thought it would be worth another trip.
So here's the sign telling you where to go. Although, to be honest, the museum is rather obvious on top of a hill.
Inside hasn't changed. The main part is a room full of memorabilia and ephemera, mostly concerned with Mad Max II, but now with some Fury Road stuff too. You can't take photos in that bit, so the only way to see the incredible collection of costume bits, props and production photos is to visit the museum.
Outside, however, are the vehicles, both actual and replicas. You can take photos of those. And here they are.
Anyone playing car-combat games wants a model V8 Interceptor, so I thought a few pictures of the extra fuel-tanks at the rear wouldn't go amiss for reference purposes.
To be honest blogger has mixed up the photos. I'm assuming that if you know the film you'll recognise the vehicles. And if you have any questions put them in the comments.
This is the original bus from the film, used as the gate to the refinery compound.
And this is the original gyrocopter from the film.
Catherine and I both posed with Mel Gibson, who was as wooden and two-dimensional as you'd expect.