Discover one of South Australia’s top small museums: the Sheep’s Back Museum in Naracoorte. It tells the stories of the Australian wool industry, its people and their importance in the Naracoorte Lucindale district. Feel part of the picture as you step back in time and explore this frozen drama.
Incorporated into the Sheep’s Back Museum, the Limestone Landscapes Gallery creatively explains how the natural landscape has developed and influenced Aboriginal and European activities.
The main galleries are located in a stone flour mill built in the 1860's. Group bookings are available and lunch, morning and afternoon tea can be supplied by prior arrangement. Volunteer tour guides are also available for groups on request.
The Museum is located with the Naracoorte Visitor Information centre.
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Location: 36 MacDonnell St, Naracoorte, SA, 5271.
For Further Information Contact: The Naracoorte National Trust
Phone: c/- 08 8762 1399
Website: The Sheep's Back Museum