Yes, our expert tour guide will be with your group throughout the tour.
During your cinema experience, you will enjoy a diverse section of Kangaroo Island’s history. You’ll be surrounded by working farms and shearing sheds, sheep dogs, adorable lambs and our beautiful coastline in full 360 degree glory.
Afterwards, you will embark on a fully guided tour through our working mill (one of Australia's only vertical mills). From the scouring of raw fiber through to the knitting of finished garments, this fully guided experience is not one to be missed.
In March 1801, Matthew Flinders and his crew set off on the HMS Investigator, beginning their circumnavigation of Australia.
Kangaroo Island was destined to be sheep country, even before South Australia became an official British province and the first settlers arrived on 8 ships from England in 1836 bringing sheep with them.
The first recorded shipment of wool from the island.
1970s to 1980s
Kangaroo Island unwittingly became the battleground in a national union dispute.
Bushfires sparked by lightning strikes burned over 200,000 hectares of Kangaroo Island.
Today, there are over 800,000 sheep on Kangaroo Island producing 2.5 million kilograms of wool.
History of Kangaroo Island Wool
Starting in Australia’s only 9-meter igloo dome, immerse yourself in a captivating cinematic experience all whilst discovering the history of our beloved island.
Virtual Farming Experience
Watch the inner workings of a shearing shed, see feeding, mustering, yard work and drafting.
A guided tour of our vertical wool mill where we take raw fibre and turn it into beautiful garments.
Discover the latest collection from Kangaroo Island Wool and treat yourself to beautiful garments to take home.
What it Includes?
- Expert-Guided Mill Tour Experience
- Immersive Historical Cinematic Presentation
- Virtually witness a working farm and the inside of a shearing shed
- View the latest showroom collections
Schedule a Tour
Step into a world where history intertwines with innovation, as you thread your way through a journey of how raw wool transforms into world-class garments.
Book your 360 igloo dome and mill tour experience now. Children aged 4 and below are free.
The tour is 100 meters long and will last for 45 mins to an hour. It is highly recommended that participants are able to walk for 100 m (or be wheeled). Participants can sit for the 17-min duration of the cinema if required.
We highly recommend booking online to reserve your spot. Tours can also be booked at premises; however, subject to availability.
Yes, you can. We accept all major credit cards.
We have plenty of on-site parking available.
We do have disabled facilities on-site.
No food or drinks can be consumed during our tour.
We are not able to accommodate pets at this time.