The current exhibition on Level 3 of the National Wool Museum, Wildlife of Gondwana is a collection of 20 full-scale casts and stunning background murals.
Bones, skeletons and fossils - some never before seen in Australia and some found right here in Victoria. You can become a Friend of Dinosaur Dreaming and get information on digs happening, like the current site near the Cape Otway Lighthouse.
Wildlife of Gondwana is on display until July 2016.
For critters of a different kind, and keeping with the woolly theme of the place, the Museum is attempting a Guinness World Record of 10,000+ Pom Pom Sheep, featuring Shaun the Sheep. Go make a few and add to the flock.
Did you ever see that episode, where the sheep were having a disco in the barn, and the girl sheep put their handbags on the floor and danced around them, and then the pigs came in and cranked up their hip-hop records, and then....oh, sorry, got caught up in that memory.
If you see this motley crew of pathetic pom poms, Shaun, Sean, Shawn and Shaunagh, give them a pat from me.
Pom Pom Sheep on Parade is on until 11 October, 2015.
Last, but not least, grab a friend and have a puzzle off - putting together these giant puzzles of Geelong CBD and the whole bay area. Lots of fun.
What: National Wool Museum
Where:26 Moorabool Street, Geelong
When: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:00pm, Weekends 10:00am-5:00pm
Why: wool industry, history
How Much: $8.25
Related: Wool Exhibition
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