1956 Gypsy 10 Caravan

Vehicle
Rockin robin

The 'Gypsy' caravan was manufactured in South Australia in the 1950s. This ‘Gypsy 10’ is 10.5 feet long (3.2m) and was designed to sleep four people. The caravan was discovered on a property in Gidgegannup in Western Australia, where it was being used as weekend accommodation.

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York Motor Museum

Petrol head pleasure at this motor palace

This Museum is a feast of everything vehicular, with over 70 cars and 15 motorbikes. There is a rotating display of vehicles and motor memorabilia over three main galleries. Don't forget to check out...

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116 Avon Terrace
York WA 6302
Australia

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Mon to Sun 9am - 4pm. Admission fees apply.

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