Exhibitions at the National Wool Museum

The National Wool Museum's exhibition program covers current exhibitions.

To view more details of current events, please refer to our Coming Up section to the right of this information.


Wildlife of Gondwana

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26 July 2015 - 23 July 2017

Beasts of the Great Southern Supercontinent. A Dinosaur Exhibition - meet Cryolohophosaurus the Antarctic dinosaur, Megalania the giant lizard and his lunch: Bullockornus the giant flightless bird.

Global environmental crisis. Food shortages. Birds so big they couldn’t fly and one big, mean ol’ nasty komodo dragon-like creature. 

Surrounded by life-like environmental murals, the exhibition features real fossils, skeletons and 20 full-scale skeletal casts, many of which have never been on public display in Australia before. From PrimeSCI! and the Monash University Collection.


Built for the Bush - Green Architecture of Rural Australia

Permanent camping

27 July - 30 October 2016

Built for the Bush reveals that in terms of energy efficiency, Australia’s 19th century settler houses were far superior to today’s modern homes.

Highlighting early settler ways that used earth and timber and natural materials.

Included in the exhibition is a selection of high-end architects and do-it-yourself builders showing the range of buildings that use sustainable principles.


War At Sea - The Navy in WWI

Permanent camping

17 September 2016 - 11 December 2016

This Australian National Maritime Museum travelling exhibition draws on the personal accounts of Navy servicemen – through their diaries, medals, mementoes, ship’s logs, letters home and rare archival footage.

Featuring rare objects from the National Maritime Collection, the Australian War Memorial, and the National Film & Sound Archives.

Australian National Maritime Museum Travelling Exhibition.



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