The latest pinball from Stern Pinball.
The Australian Pinball Museum features pinballs from a wide range of eras including Electromechanical, Solid State, Dot-Matrix-Display and LCD Monitor. There is over 50 years of pinball history on display and available to play. The Australian Pinball Museum showcases a large amount of original pinball advertising memorabilia such as original advertising flyers, posters, and promotional products.
The Australian Pinball Museum is dedicated to preserving the printed media related to pinball machines and other arcade machines. We are specifically interested in preserving Australian print media. The museum archives consists of hundreds of Australian arcade magazines, thousands of original pinball advertising flyers, and many original pinball promotional posters.
Each year we record the highest scores on each machine. At the end of each year, the scores are added to this website, and the scores are cleared off the machines ready for a fresh new start in the new year.
Latest at the Museum
This was the first machine from Williams to feature a round up-post between the flippers.
The 1966 pinball from Williams. This was the first machine to use a captive ball spinner. It features 2 sets of 2 flippers along the bottom of the playfield.
The new 2015 model from Stern Pinball. This is a limited edition version of KISS.
A world under the glass. This pinball immerses the player within the original trilogy movies. This is a limited edition version of Star Wars.
Sinbad was manufactured by Gottlieb in 1978. It features 4 flippers at the bottom of the playfield. This machine was released during the changeover of pinball technology from "Electromechanical" to "Solid State Electronics". The first 950 machines were made as ""EM", the other 12000 in the new technology, "SS".
Spin Out was manufactured by Gottlieb in 1975. It features a rotating target wheel.