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I visited here and saw that they sell boots and slippers made by Emu Australia with a Made in Australia swing label attached. I pointed out to the sales ladies that my Emu slippers came with a Made in China label, and they were not...More
Date of experience: April 2018
5 Thank lyntraveller50
Yvonne B, Owner at Yallingup Shearing Shed, responded to this reviewResponded June 30, 2018
All slippers sold at YALLINGUP SHEARING SHED are made in Australia.
All adult slippers are made from pure sheepskin.
We are not responsible for goods people choose to buy online.
This is a great place to stop if you want to buy jumpers or cardigans or hats and much more made from wool. There's a good range.
For those who want to know a bit more about where the wool came from originally, there's access...More
We were passing and decided to go organise birthday present for hubby. We had a 13 and 4 year old and they both fell in love with these sheep. So calm and stable and were happy to be interacted with both ages. My daughter and...More
There's no entrance fee but also there's nothing to do except for checking out the wool outfit and feeding the sheep. A bowl of sheep food for AUD 1. No more show as Steve already retired.More
Date of experience: August 2017
3 Thank JustineLow
Yvonne B, Owner at Yallingup Shearing Shed, responded to this reviewResponded September 4, 2017
You visited our farm while on holiday. The opportunity to enter a farm in Western Australian is rare so I cannot understand why you gave such a negative review.
Steve retired after 25 years of fabulous shows.
Visitors are now welcome to hand feed sheep...More
Seen plenty of sheep and shearing in my lifetime so this was for the school holidays . The grandKids loved it and must admit so did I! !.the owner is great funny and informative ;terrific .would recommend to everyone.
Be early as very popular
Got recommended by Hideaway farm stay host Hanisi and it was one of the highlight of our trip to MR. We reached there a little earlier at 10am (show start at 11am on selected days) and was greeted by a lovely shop keeper and she...More
We brought our boys (aged 3 and 5) to the show and they loved it! Highly educational for littles - they saw up close how the sheep is sheared, how the border collie rounds up the herd, how to feed the lamb. We had a...More
The Yallingup shearing shed holds some sheeps and has a retail store selling merino wool products. steve does once a day shows on selected days at 11am, we learnt about the difference between merino sheep wool and the others. We were also shown the process...More
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You can visit the website directly which is very informative.
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