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“Pinball memories”

Australian Pinball Museum
Ranked #1 of 12 things to do in Nhill
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: The Australian Pinball Museum showcases a selection of pinball museum and pinball artwork. Many are available to play. A great halfway stopover when travelling between Adelaide and Melbourne.
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Please stop in here (and stay at the Oasis Motel onsite). There are at least 25 pinball and video game machines here. The oldest is from 1932, the newest from 2015. They swap machines around too so you can visit again! There are some very rare machines here. All are playable and cheap to play too, $1- for most and $2- for some newer ones.
Recommend this!

Thank Andrea P
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

Had heard about the Australian pinball museum for a while and being a fan of pinball I just had to make the effort to go. I was so glad I did. It is one if the best, balanced pinball dispkays I have seeb and all in excellent playing condition. From the old electromechanicals to the latest Guardian's of the Galaxy, wirh many of the popular titles from the last decades. Loved all the artwork too on the walls. Spent the afternoon and evening playing, then stayed at the cool onsite retro motel, before the 3 hour drive back to Melbourne thr next day.... well worth the drive.

If you are serious about pinball this is a must see location. The aussies are so lucky to gave this in their doorstep!

Thank Tex W
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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

We called in to the Australian Pinball Museum and were amazed at how many different pinballs were there from the 1950’s to brand new. The owner Simon is a terrific fella and was more than happy to explain all about the many machines. If you like pinball this is an absolute must, don’t let the plain streetscape fool you, it’s a gem.

Thank -Guzzis-are-ace-
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Best part is that they are all available to play! All in very good condition and a great selection from each era, right up to brand new ones! Nothing else like this in Australia. When I was there, there were people thoroughly enjoying themselves from Melbourne that had come out for the day to play pinball ... so even worth a pinball roadtrip! Love all the old flyers and artwork too.

Thank dakota m
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Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

This has an outstanding collection of pinball machines from 1970s kiss right upto 2016 star trek. It is well worth stopping here and playing a few games

Thank Robbie M
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