Welcome

COTMA's goal is to promote heritage tramways and foster excellence in Museum practice and presentations. Established in 1975, represents the interests of heritage tramway museums / operators throughout Australasia.

COTMA is a non-profit organisation, assisting individual museums to achieve their objectives. Full membership is open to organisations having urban transport collections within Australia and open to the public. Affiliate membership is available as well. COTMA works together with other rail heritage bodies such as the Association of Tourist and Heritage Rail Australia (ATHRA) and the Federation of Rail Organisations of New Zealand (FRONZ).

What's New?

24/7/2022 - Conference page updated - 2023 Auckland Conference - Friday 27/10/2023 to Monday 30/10/2023.

19/6/2022 - COTMA News Update for June 2022

9/12/2021 - COTMA News Update for December 2021

22/10/2021 - Awards page updated for 2021 Awards.

25/09/2021 - COTMA News Update for September 2021

18/09/2021 - COTMA Executive page updated for a new members following the COTMA CGM.

26/08/2021 - COTMA News Update for August 2021

24/07/2021 - Conference page updated for an online AGM and CGM arrangements.

24/07/2021 - Cancellation of the 2021 Conference.

5/07/2021 - Conference booking forms uploaded and the Programme updated.

28/05/2021 - COTMA News Update for May 2021

17/02/2021 - Dates and draft programme advised for the September 2021 COTMA Conference hosted by the Ballarat Tramway Museum - 15/9 to 20/9 2021 conference

16/01/2021 - COTMA News Update for January 2021

19/08/2020 - COTMA News Update for August 2020 and Conference page revised.

8/4/2020 - COTMA News Update for April 2020 published and Tramway Part and Equipment Policy added to documents and application template.

 

 

 

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