• RC Aircraft

    Model Park members fly all manner of aircraft. At any one time you could see fixed wing models powered by internal combustion engines both two and four stroke and almost silent but incredibly powerful electric motors
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  • Controlline Aircraft

    This section consists of fixed wing model aircraft that are flown in a circular pattern by using a strong but lightweight control line.
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  • Radio Control Boats

    The section encompasses most model boating types, including scale yachts, hydros, launches, hovercraft and airboats.The Boat Pond, actually a large dam, measures 128 metres long and 43 metres wide with a depth of 1.2 metres when full.
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  • Largescale Offroad

    The track measures 250 metres in length with a main straight with of 6.6 m, the balance of the track 5.5m throughout all corners and short straights. The drivers stand sits 2.4 m high and has a fully compliant disabled
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  • Passenger Railway

    Model Park has an extensive miniature railway system on which children and adults alike may ride behind scale model steam, diesel/electric or electric powered locomotives. A journey on the ground level railway will take passengers up and down hills, across
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  • 1/4 Scale Cars

    Luddenham's 1/4 scale speedway is home to the best Australian 1/4 scale sprintcars,1/4 scale sedans, 60's style open cockpit vintage speedcars, midgets, buggy/dirt modified and the Amcas. These cars provide plenty of action just like the big ones!
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  • Garden Railway

    The Garden Railway at Model Park and is situated in a tree lined garden setting. The track is arranged in dual loops, the minimum radius is 4.5 metres and the general gradients are slight with the exception of an overpass
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  • Tether Cars

    Since the first tether car raced at Exhibition Park Parramatta Road, Ashfield in 1940, the search for speed has continued. While the technology has changed, the goal remains to register the fastest time for the individual car over 8 laps
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  • Stationary Steam

    Model Park has a Stationary Steam house with a large coal-fired fixed boiler feeding numerous steam outlets on a display table. Working scale models of many types of steam engines can be seen operating, ranging from pumping engines, mill engines
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  • HO Railway

    This railway has an extensive track layout encompassing all types of railway scenery. The track work is over 200 metres in length, which permits the operation of scale trains over the varied landscapes.
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  • Slot Car Racing

    The track and facilities are for members use, and visitors are always welcome by arrangement. The track is located in the Club House, and suitable for all 1/32 and 1/24 scale slot cars.
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Sydney Society Of Model Engineers


Welcome to the home of the Sydney Society of Model Engineers " MODEL PARK "
The Sydney Society of Model Engineers Inc. (SSME) is the oldest model engineering club in Australia and the oldest continuously operating Model Engineering Club in the World.

The aim of the society is to promote all forms of model engineering.

  
 

The SSME today is located on a rural property in Sydney’s south western suburbs, approximately 50km from the city central business district.

The " Model Park "opens to the public on the last Sunday of every month except December so the public can come out and see all the models in action.
The kids young or old can also ride on the Passenger Steam Railway as well as try out the slot cars circuit.
There are many members available in all sections for visitors to ask questions or to find out about becoming part of the "Model Park" family.

Model Park Is open to the public on the last Sunday of every month except December to come along and see all the great models in action

See details under Park Facilities