|About Shear Outback|
|Just For Kids|
|Pricing & Operating Hours|
|By Plane, Coach or Train|
|Hall of Fame|
|Murray Downs Shed|
|Festival Of The Blades|
|Teacher's Tool Kit|
Hall of Fame Inductees
Short story competition awards from judges, Evan McHugh & Dennis McIntosh
Open section: "Aftermath"
by Mel Cooper from Sale, Vic
Primary section: "Harnie"
by Emily Gibson, Hay NSW
Special Encouragement: "Dave's Shed: Memories of Clifton, Nimmitabel"
by Fleur Cullenward, Hay NSW
Hear the colourful yarns of life in and around woolsheds.
Shear Outback is a new and exciting Interpretive Centre devoted to the culture, stories, passion and language of Australian shearing, - past, present and future. It's an interactive experience with activities, education and entertainment for all ages.
Discover the past, present and future of shearing and shearing technologies The new and innovative Shear Outback Exhibition utilises contemporary design and cutting edge technology...
Discover what it's really like to be a shearer At Shear Outback, we work with educational institutions at all levels to create a real and meaningful experience which we guarantee w...
Shear Outback, The Australian Shearers' Hall of Fame, was officially opened on 26 January 2001 by the Member for the Riverina, Kay Hull and the project's Patron Mr Tim Fischer.The ...