The Australian Pinball Museum is located in Victoria, Australia. It is adjacent to the Nhill Oasis Motel. Good halfway stop on the main highway between Adelaide and Melbourne to play pinball.
Most Pinballs are $1 per credit - New release Pinballs are $2 per credit.
Electro-mechanical pinballs are set to 5 ball games, while the later solid-state, dot-matrix-display and lcd-monitor pinballs are set to 3 ball games.
One of the largest selections of pinball artwork and memorabilia on display in the world.
The largest pinball display in Australia.
Monday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tuesday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wednesday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thursday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
21/22 Dimboola Rd, Nhill VIC 3418, AustraliaGet directions View on Pinside Map
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Last updated on 2023-01-18 08:12:12
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mint condition. Back in Black LE. $2 per credit. 3 ball game. Edit comment
very good condition - everything working - rare Edit comment
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mint condition. $2 per credit. 3 ball game. Edit comment
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$2 per credit, 3 ball game. Edit comment
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6y 16,250 4
Stopped by on the way back spontaneously from Melbourne yesterday. Definitely the highlight of the drive home. Nettled at the front of a Bate's styled motel, this quality man cave collection spanning 50 years, with glorious signed pinball art work lining the walls, is only starting out of what it will become.
5y 15,150 17 4
We drove up there twice from Melbourne and despite it being a decent length drive the place is well worth it if you like pinball. The owner is extremely nice and very knowledgeable about machines. There are some great quality machines there and I am told it is only a small amount of the owners collection, which they rotate. Very keen to make it back there!
2y 24,050 32 1
A wonderful collection of great machines common, rare and weird
from all eras that all play like brand new! The showroom is nice
and cosy and has the added benefit of being part of a motel you can stay at so
you can play longer!!
The owners are both super nice and have heaps of great pinball history trivia facts to share,
along with a great selection of pinball collectables and tasty rare soft drinks for sale!!