Dennys Lascelles Woolstore Architecture Tour

Join us for guided tour through the bluestone jewel box that is home to the National Wool Museum.

Discover the rich architectural heritage of this iconic building, which played a vital role in Geelong’s wool industry. You’ll be guided through the remarkable history and design of the woolstore and learn about the significance of the site to the Wadawurrung People.

Explore the impressive features of this heritage-listed building, including its innovative construction techniques used during its creation and gain insights into the significance of the wool industry in shaping Geelong’s identity and connecting it to the world.

Auslan guide available in partnership with Expression Australia
(Tour provided in English and Auslan)

25% discount on entry fees for National Trust Victoria Members
Apply promo code AHF2024_NTVMEMBER

Celebrating 50 years of the Victorian Heritage Register 

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National Wool Museum, 26 Moorabool Street, Geelong, Victoria

The Museum is located at the corner of Moorabool and Brougham Streets in the heart of Central Geelong. One block from the waterfront and ferry terminal, and a short walk from Geelong Railway Station.



Entry fees:
Adults $ 12, Children $ 7, Concession $ 9, Family $ 35, Members $ 9
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Train: A ten-minute walk towards the waterfront from Geelong Railway Station. Car: 60 minutes from Melbourne CBD. 30 minutes from Torquay, Great Ocean Road. Parking: Weekday metered parking and free 2–hour parking on weekends in Moorabool St, Brougham St and Eastern Beach Rd. The Civic Car Park located on Gheringhap St, opposite the Visitor Information Centre, offering parking 24 hours, 7 days per week. Ferries: Port Phillip Ferries operates passenger ferry services from Docklands to Geelong and Docklands to the Bellarine (Portarlington) daily and also provide Port Phillip Ferries Discovery Tours. Searoad Ferries car and passenger ferry travels from the Mornington Peninsula to Queenscliff. Buses run from Queenscliff to Geelong daily. Spirit of Tasmania travels daily from Davenport Tasmania docking at Geelong. A ten-minute drive to the National Wool Museum. Access: The Museum is fully accessible at street entry, with rams to each level. Accessible parking is located at the front of the Museum. Accessible toilets are located on each level.