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A very well set out wool shop but venture to the back to find an excellent wool display with short films samples of all the wool types and great history about the town. very informative. The whole town is worth a visit as it has...More
While passing through Ross decided to stop and check the Merino Wool Museum. So glad we did. If you want to learn about the story of merino wool in the area you must take the time to visit this number one attraction for Ross. Entry...More
Set in a beautiful historic building, the Tasmanian Wool Centre has an extensive selection of quality woollen products and other gifts. A little pricey but you get what you pay for and it's evident that the woollen products are top notch. You can also discover...More
This is the second time that we paid Ross Tasmanian Wool Centre a visit. It is situated in a historical building and has many woollen garments, socks, gloves sheepskin inner soles and many artefacts. There is a video which gives the history of Ross and...More
I called in here with my wife when travelling through Tasmania in mid December. It is a nice looking building but unfortunately we didn't get to see too much of the inside.
We parked our caravan outside the center (legally), as it was early morning...More
Lots to see and buy. Plenty of Tasmanian beautiful garments, hats galore, socks, gloves, and ever so much more. Too many to say, but do not miss. There are ladies spinning on their wheels and this I loved watching. Garments are not cheap and all...More
Any journey across Tasmania will have revealed 'sheep' - odd looking ones for northern hemisphere knitters like me.. where the sheep can best be mistaken for bush scrub, camouflaged..
IHaving read about this place it was my destination of choice on my pre-Tasmania itinerary as...More