I encourage you to buy from a retailer if there is one near you. It will give you the chance to see and feel the yarn, and also support your local companies.


Salamanca Wool Shop  69 Salamanca Place, Hobart.  03 6234 1711
Tasmanian Wool Centre  48 Church St, Ross. 03 6381 5466
Knits, Needles and Wool  9 Tatler Parade, Launceston 03 6334 1035

Hello Maker Maker 151 Lygon Street, Brunswick East VIC 0419 481 737
Sunspun  185 Canterbury Road, Canterbury VIC  03 9830 1609
The Wool Stash 32 Main Street, Maldon, VIC 0457 695 760

New South Wales
Convent and Chapel Wool Shop  28-30 Louee St, Rylstone NSW 0409 564 747
The Mulberry Tree at Milton  2/49 Wason Street, Milton, NSW 02 4455 2956
Sew and Tell 133 Queen Street, Berry, NSW 2353 02 4464 2428
Skein Sisters  721 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, NSW 029554 7444

Australia Online

New Zealand

Skeinz 5 Husheer Place Onekawa, Napier, NZ +64 6 843 3174

United States

The Tinsmith's Wife  405 7th Street, Comfort, TX (830) 955-5539

Amazing Threads  11262 86th Avenue North, Maple Grove MN (763) 391 7700

Hand-dyed yarn

Looking for WGW multi-coloured art yarns?  Try these independent dyers and designers who use White Gum yarns as a base:


AugustbirdNunnabaDyed by HandKathys Fibres, WooltopiaAngie’s StudioWoolley Morsels,  GeckostrandsGradient Yarn Australia, Homelea Lass,  Pirate Purl YarnsRose Hip IslandYarn vs Zombies


Feather Brush YarnsKalindrielLet Them KnitNatural Star, Red Riding Hood Yarns

Independent knitters & spinners

Boris and Stasha (Ali McCarnery) designs and knits baby clothing from White Gum Wool.  Gertie and Ruth carry hand-knitted tea cosies made from White Gum Wool.
Witta Woollens carries hand-spun yarn from WGW greasy fleeces.