Come and be amazed by the hundreds of motor vehicles on display at Bill Richardson Transport World, the largest collection of its type in the world!
Invercargill is far from shy about celebrating Southland’s obsession with classic motoring. It all started with local legend, Burt Munro, setting a land speed record in 1967 on his trusty old Indian Scout Motorbike - a record that still stands today.
For Invercargill, this was only the beginning. Now called New Zealand’s “Classic Motoring Capital”, the city boasts an impressive vintage truck collection at Bill Richardson Transport World - the largest private collection of its type in the world, a world-class display of over 300 motorcycles and motorcycle related artwork at Classic Motorcycle Mecca, and a celebration of the legend of speed himself, Burt Munro, at E Hayes Motorworks.