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I didn't know what a Woolscour was until we visited this important piece of History. For a nominal entry fee, you get the feeling of actually being there in the old shearing days. Great to see this building and its equipment now preserved for future...More
The heritage refurbished Wool Scour operated from 1908 to 1978. It is the only steam powered wool scour operating in the world. A shearing shed was first start d followed by a Wool Scour for locally shorn sheep and wool from local wool sheds. Great...More
Had not heard of this before our outback Qld holiday. It certainly is a must see attraction. Nothing else like it in the worl, I believe. Reasonably priced. A really interesting guide shows you through the old wool scour, bringing the history to life.
The original woolscour (place to wash shorn wool to remove impurities before sale) has been brought back to life and its originally steam powered machinery is in running condition. The tour, by a former employee, was fascinating, but it would really help older people or...More
Sensational tour of the Blackall Wool Scour. Shows you the history of wool production in Australia and shows a steam driven wool scourer, in pristine condition which has been restored by locals over many years. Go and see it and support an Australian community!!!
We had a group of his was a go back in time place. The old wool sheds, the steam room, the process from beginning to end on cleaning the wool. We had a great fella giving us the tour. He was fantastic.
Loved this tour. We were here in the 1990's and this place is now even more anazing. So fascinating to see a live demonstration of how this wool-washing shed actually operated with steam power. The building has been fully restored and the equipment can be...More
A real slice of Australian history, with buildings, media presentations, gift shop & artefacts.
Our guide "Dashy" was clearly very proud of his involvement with the Woolscour, and rightly so, what a beautiful restoration and tour.
Blackall you have done a wonderful job getting this...More