After Gumeracha we headed for the pretty little town of Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills.
Our friend George was the driver and he is waiting for the other five of us to climb aboard our hired people mover. Come with us and discover Birdwood.
It was a scenic route through the hills and we found many scenic routes as we managed to get lost again.
Finally we arrived in Birdwood, we were so busy looking at the beer sign outside the historic Blumberg Hotel that we missed the sign for the National Motor Museum, which is where we wanted to go. Dare I say it we were lost again.
The Motor Museum is housed in the grounds of the 'Old Mill'
'A Tribute to Holden' sculpture (Australia's iconic car) stands in the courtyard of the museum.
The museum houses Australia's biggest collection of 300 vintage, veteran, post war, classic and modern cars, commercial vehicles, and 100 motorcycles. The boys went bananas.
Bill made me a short video.
I must admit that I enjoyed it too, especially when I found a car like one that I used to drive. I also found a Honda scooter like the one I used to have. We dragged the boys away, had lunch at the Pomegranate Cafe which was super and then we were off to Adelaide.