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Geelong’s National Wool Museum & Pub Lunch

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Geelong’s National Wool Museum & Pub Lunch

In the heart of Geelong, and one of the most visited attractions to the region is the National Wool Museum. Built in 1872, the bluestone wool store houses a fabulous collection that weaves the Australian story of wool, textiles, and fibers, its impact on culture and houses contemporary exhibitions and events.

Port Phillip Ferries Geelong Flyer arrives at Geelong terminal Steampacket Pier next to the picturesque Cunningham Pier. The National Wool Museum is only a 5-minute stroll up Moorabool Street and is located on the corner of Brougham Street.

Whilst the National Wool Museum is open 7 days per week, group bookings are essential. They required a minimum of 15 people per booking however, a maximum group number may be imposed with health and safety measures. If requested a month prior and with an additional fee, they can arrange shearing demonstrations for your group. Group bookings qualify for an extra 10% discount in the shop during your visit.

Then it is time to say goodbye to the National Wool Museum as the focus turns to your appetite. Geelong has plenty of dining experiences to satisfy even the most discerning taste. Only 60 metres from the museum is Phoenix Hotel. From 12 pm to 2 pm daily, the hotel’s bistro can accommodate group sizes of up to 60 people, function space is available to hire for group sizes up to 100. They can arrange affordable set menus along with dietary requirements. A gaming room is available for those who may love to have a flutter and are feeling lucky.

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