Blades of Glencoe Video Clip

Woolsheds are generally tucked away on farming properties, but the beauty of the Limestone Coast’s Glencoe Woolshed (circa 1863) is that it’s located in the middle of the town, and is open to the public.


In its heyday, around 53,000 sheep were shorn here annually.


The National Trust of SA recently hosted ‘Blades of Glencoe’ at the woolshed, with several thousand people turning out to see the art of blade shearing. Robert Tremelling and I were enlisted to create this short video of the event. It was so wonderful to see the old building brought back to life…

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I’m Gretel Sneath, an established freelance writer & storyteller. I work for magazines, newspapers & corporate clients. When I'm not on the road, you'll find me on our farm on South Australia's Limestone Coast or in Hawthorn, Melbourne.