National Wool Museum group visits

Let the Museum help organise a special outing for your club or group.

Important notice

The National Wool Museum operates in line with current health restrictions. 

Groups are welcome to enquire about future bookings, but availability will be subject to the level of restrictions at the time of visitation.

For your own health and safety, we recommend you check the latest information  from the Department of Health and Human Service.


Group entry

Cost includes admission to the National Wool Museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions:

  • $8 per adult
  • $5 per child

A minimum of 15 people per booking is required.  Note: maximum group numbers may be imposed due to health and safety measures.


See sheep shearing in action!

For an additional fee, shearing demonstrations can be arranged for your group.  A minimum of 4 weeks notice is required.

Our shearer is a local farmer with a wealth of information about sheep, shearing and the land. The demonstration takes place in the authentic surrounds of the replica shearing shed inside the Museum and comments and questions from visitors are welcome. 


Museum Shop

Include some time to indulge yourself with a visit to the National Wool Museum Shop for the highest quality woollen garments and speciality gifts.

Our store champions local and Australian makers and creators, stocking brands like Geelong Weaving, Umi, Toorallie and Seesaw.   We have an impressive range of beanies, gloves, scarves and clothing, including merino wool and possum fur from across Australia and New Zealand. 

You’re sure to find the perfect gift with our unique range of woollen goods, souvenirs and gift ware.

Group bookings qualify for an extra 10% discount in the Shop during their visit.

Nearby attractions

There is so much to see and do in and around Geelong. Visit the Visitor Information Centre website to view some of the many options available.

Other local attractions that can be combined with a visit to the National Wool Museum include:

Or try Central Geelong’s Cultural Walking Trails.


Need to know more...

Contact the Museum to discuss your next group visit.




Page last updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2021

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