The National Wool Museum, Geelong

The National Wool Museum, Geelong
Explore the journey of wool from the sheep’s back to the clothes rack, through interactive and interesting displays at the National Wool Museum. Kids can operate some of the wool processing machines, play with different weaving techniques and even check out a sock-making machine in action.

Check out the million dollar bale - the richest wool to ever be produced and sold in Australia, and ask one of the volunteer guides about the ghost rumoured to haunt the halls of the heritage building after dark.
Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 9.30am to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 5pm
26 Moorabool Street, Geelong, Victoria, 3220
Admission price

Adult: $10

Concession: $8

Child: $6

Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): $30 

Special offer

V/Line passengers receive a 20% discount off full and concession admission prices on presentation of a valid V/Line ticket or myki and mention of the word: “V/Line”.

Offer excludes weekly, monthly and date to date tickets.

Getting there

Train line
Closest station/stop
Geelong is about an hour by train from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station.

The National Wool Museum is within the Visitors’ Centre at 26 Moorabool Street near the Geelong foreshore. It is a five minute walk from Geelong Station.

Your V/Line ticket is valid for travel on the Geelong Transit system at no extra cost. Tip: Travelling on V/Line during off-peak times is more convenient and cheaper!

More Information

National Wool Museum website