Shepparton hits a new milestone

MOVE SETS A NEW LEVEL OF ENTERTAINMENT... The people behind MOVE, from left, curator of MOVE, Jade Burley, MOVE patron and founding member, Jim Andreadis, executive officer, Peter Hill, reception Lynne Salau, collections manager for the Loel Thomson Collection, Stacey Short and MOVE chairman, Frank Papallo at the entrance to MOVE. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

The Museum of Vehicle Evolution is complete. The final touches, a polish or two and MOVE is once more open for business.

The reconstruction has taken some time due in part to COVID-19 restrictions however it is now complete and ready to provide the region with a world class exhibition of motor vehicles in addition to collections of fashion through the ages, bicycles, communication equipment and the Furphy Museum that reflect on the region’s history and how transport has played a significant role in its prosperity.

Beginning this week with a soft opening, visitors can now take the opportunity while the school holidays are on to see what Shepparton has to offer in the way of world class entertainment.

MOVE is located at Emerald Bank, South Shepparton and is open daily from 10am to 4pm.

MOVE SETS A NEW LEVEL OF ENTERTAINMENT… The people behind MOVE, from left, curator of MOVE, Jade Burley, MOVE patron and founding member, Jim Andreadis, executive officer, Peter Hill, reception Lynne Salau, collections manager for the Loel Thomson Collection, Stacey Short and MOVE chairman, Frank Papallo at the entrance to MOVE. Photo: Steve Hutcheson