The Geelong National Wool Museum is an exhibition hall that specializes in the whole process of wool insect picking and disinfection into various wool products. Here you can fully reflect the Australian wool culture, and you can buy the most authentic wool products, which is very worthwhile.
Geelong is where the Great Ocean Road starts, and usually the first stop will be here. After all, it is the second largest city in New South Wales. Tourists here usually only make short stays.
Geelong Wool Museum is a more famous attraction in Geelong. Foreigners prefer these cultural museums, and these countries have a relatively short history, so it can be said that they have to be built museums.
Wool is also a very characteristic thing in this agricultural country, and the museum is also worth seeing. You can learn about Australian wool culture. The museum has a total of three floors, explaining the whole process from shaving sheep to making products. Including transportation, storage and sales. From the first floor to the second floor, there is a weaving machine using wool to weave carpets. Everyone can clearly see the production process. There is also a photography exhibition on the top level.
The Geelong National Wool Museum is a comprehensive museum that comprehensively displays the production, crafts and styles of wool products. Here, you can learn about the production process of wool products from wool collection to wool washing, printing and dyeing, disinfection, weaving and other public welfare procedures. It is very eye-opening. In addition, you can also buy many Wumart here. Inexpensive wool products are absolutely super cost-effective and assured.
When I came to Geelong, southwest of Melbourne, at the entrance of the Great Ocean Road, I visited the Wool Museum. This museum is worth visiting. It can take about half an hour to walk from the Wool Museum to the beach of Geelong in 5 minutes.
Very famous place, the location is excellent to find. 👍
Geelong was originally the largest wool export port in Victoria. The Wool Museum gives a good description of the wool production process in Australia in the past. There is an old wool spinning machine in the museum, operated by an older staff member and explaining the manufacturing process to visitors. There is also a farmer’s accommodation that imitates the pasture. The style of the 1950s and 1960s has aroused many memories.