Kinchega Woolshed


4.5 from 8 users


Emu Lake Drive, Menindee, New South Wales


Some 6 million sheep were shorn at Kinchega's Woolshed. Discover how shearing evolved in the pioneer era, and see examples of shearing machinery. The woolshed is of State significance. The woolshed & shearers' quarters were listed on the Register of the National Estate in 1978. National Park Pass Fees apply, aswell as a donation box for the maintenance and upkeep of the woolshed. No dogs allowed - Toilets at Emu Lake Campground

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Lat: -32.473602 Lng: 142.34374

User Reviews


Griffo's from The Gong

A bit confusing. No camping near the wool shed, cabins only. Camping back at Emu Lake a few hundred metres back, only seven sites, it was chockers, far more vans/campers than allowed.


Oneills on the Run

A great old wool shed, very photogenic and a nice little look into what life was like for early settlers in the area



This would have to be one of the best woolsheds we have come across and totally different with its elevated sweating pens.


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