Directory of Australian collectors and collections of old computers, vintage computers, classic computers, retro computers, computer software, peripherals and related technology. 

Most of the people listed here will travel to collect your old computers and save them from being trashed. Either contact the person directly if nearby or if unsure email nw@retroComputingTasmania.com and I can put you in touch with someone who might be able to help.

To get added to the list email nw@retroComputingTasmania.com with contact details and interests.

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Dave bassman1@iinet.net.au Perth, WA Any and all vintage computer related things Please contact to arrange pickup or pickup vintage computer items. 
Andrew Roughan andrew@apple2.org Sydney Apple  
Malcolm Macleod malcolm@avitech.com.au Melbourne, Victoria DEC and others Massive collection of DEC 
Bobby Evans neo_explorer84@hotmail.com Melbourne 1980s - Apple and IBM PCs (XT, AT and clones)  
Microbee Software Preservation Project admin@microbee-mspp.org.au  Microbee and Australian microcomputers. Dedicated team of preservationists and an audience of Microbee and Oz microcomputer enthusiasts 
Kevin Parker trash80@internode.on.net South West Victoria  all sorts of classic computers (plus more recent type PC's for salvage or e-recycling), main interest: TRS80's and Black IBM business machines e.g. AS400's Willing to travel to pick up suitable salvage. 
thepcmuseum.com anthony@thepcmuseum.com Traralgon, Victoria everything Very impressive and well organised setup,  
Andrew Wright neox.quasar@gmail.com Melbourne, Victoria Apple Amstrad, Commodore, SGI, Sun, Kaypro and others 
Simon Fryer fryers@gmail.com Perth, WA Apollo Domain, DEC Alpha, SUN Microsystems and industrial control systems  
Australian Computer Museum Society (NSW) acms@acms.org.au Sydney, NSW Museum, very large collection  
Nigel Williams nw@retroComputingTasmania.com Tasmania, Australia Unisys/Burroughs, INMOS Transputer, IBM mid-range, unusual systems, and small timesharing systems See under Members at left for more detail 
Neal W  Melbourne, VIC VAX, workstations Seeking a VT420 
Al Boyanich vk2fvax@gmail.com Lane Cove NSW  Collecting and running: SGI (MIPS), IBM (MVS, AS/400, AIX), Fujitsu/ICL (MSP), HP (PA-Risc), CBM (Anything), Digital (PDP-11, VAX, MIPS, Alpha), 8-bit MicroBee & homebrew (6502/Z80/80188) 
CIO Slideshow of collection  Sydney DEC and others Max Burnet 
Rob Storey   IBM component packaging, DEC PDP-11 Developed an IBM 7094 simulator in Delphi 
Andrew Davie's Museum of Soviet Calculators  Tasmania Soviet era calculators and small computers Featured on ABC Collector's television programme 
Australian Computer Museum Society (WA)  Western Australia everything Extensive collection, started by some DEC-diehards 
HP Computer Museum  Australia HP Extensive collection of Hewlett Packard computers, calculators and peripherals 
Stephen Edmonds  Melbourne, VIC Various Apple TAM, TechStep, DECstation 
Regan Russell - Pymble Software  Pymble, NSW SGI, IBM RS6K, SUN, Amiga 4000 Impressive 24-CPU Onyx, see website for details 
E SARLIJA's including Data General  Melbourne, VIC Diverse Beautiful DG Nova 3 and Eclipse S/130 
RetroMacCast  Global Apple/Macintosh  
JD's collection of Apple machines  Melbourne, VIC Apple/Macintosh  
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