Ladies Gentlemen & Children
offering two unique
A must see for all
Transport World - Automotive Museums & Dig This Invercargill
If you're looking for things to do in Invercargill then Transport World could be for you. Brought to you by one Southland family with a serious passion for wheels, Transport World offers you the chance to view two expansive private motoring museums, Bill Richardson Transport World and Classic Motorcycle Mecca in superb surroundings. Find spaces bursting with a huge range of automotive and motorcycle history. Designed to have broad appeal, you will be captivated by their quirky details and interests for everyone. Dig This Invercargill opened in October 2017 and is New Zealand’s first heavy equipment playground. Designed to be a whole lot of fun, Dig This offers the chance for both young and old to drive heavy machinery.
If you're looking for Invercargill accommodation with a point of difference Transport World has recently opened six new boutique apartments called The Lodges At Transport World. A new option for the city, The Lodges At Transport World offer accommodation that is packed full of premium comfort. Transport World also has some pretty cool events! Stay in touch via our Events Calendar, or you can host your own event within facilities designed for conferences and functions that can accommodate 5-800. Get in touch today and let our events team and venue wow your guests.
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At Bill Richardson Transport World & CLassic Motorcycle Mecca
Transport World has an ever growing events calendar. From drive in movies and book launches to a wearable art's fashion show - you never know what we have up our sleeves! Keep posted here or sign up to receive our Events & Promotions newsletter. With a huge range of new and exciting things planned for 2019 you will want to stay in touch.
- Fri, Jun. 14, 2019
In fond memory of
Bill Richardson [1940 - 2005]
Bill Richardson was a loving family man, successful businessman and avid truck collector. During his lifetime he amassed a private collection of over 170 trucks. Right up until his untimely death he took great pleasure in his collection, showing guests through and sharing his almost encyclopedic knowledge of trucks. Bill was once quoted as saying "one day I hope someone loves it enough to carry it on". That someone turned out to be Bill's daughter and under her guidance Transport World continues to flourish and grow.
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