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Tasmanian Wool Centre.

Church Street, Ross, Tasmania 7209, Australia
+61 3 6381 5466
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Nice building but staff need some training.

I called in here with my wife when travelling through Tasmania in mid December. It is a nice... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
Geoff D
,
Port Macquarie, Australia
Very helpful staff.

Great videos which give the history of Ross & surrounding area, exhibition of local history... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2017
pat2151
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Sydney, Australia
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Church Street, Ross, Tasmania 7209, Australia
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

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

1  Thank Geoff D
Reviewed 14 May 2017

Great videos which give the history of Ross & surrounding area, exhibition of local history, artefacts & raw wool & lovely woollen articles to purchase.

1  Thank pat2151
Reviewed 11 May 2017

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

1  Thank Maggie O
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

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

1  Thank BorehamCarter
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is worth a visit when in Ross. There is a good shop and a small museum about sheep/wool and the area. Nice place to spend an hour or so.

1  Thank wombatdavid
Reviewed 30 March 2017

And its free.Dont be put off .This area produces world class winning merino wool The museum provides a fascinating insight. So go and find out about it

1  Thank nedrow5791
Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Wife wanted to call and check out the wooden jumper products. She was a bit disappointed in the stock. Their is a museum attached that has free entry and is very well presented. If you are in the area it is well worth a call...More

Thank Geoff M
Reviewed 13 March 2017

There are lots of lovely things on sale. Very tempting! Well worth a short visit if you are nearby..

1  Thank pollyoppy
Reviewed 10 March 2017

Sounded like a bit of a bore, but it was surprisingly very interesting! Certainly informative about the area and its history, and the processes involved in wool production. The samples of the various qualities of fleece, and how they become woven into different fabrics is...More

1  Thank Corrib
Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

Even if you a not a knit-wit it is worth a poke around. All manner of quality products based on wool and some others besides. They have a display to help the uninitiated understand the harvesting and grading of wool so that you will know...More

1  Thank Wanderering1
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