Where are most of the wool farms in Australia?
The sheep and wool industry's Sheep /Wheat Zone stretches from inland Queensland south of around Longreach, through into the Murray Darling catchment into southern South Australia and across into south western Western Australia. See the related link for an accurate map of the sheep-for-wool areas.
Most of the sheep in Australia are not bred on "sheep farms": rather, because of the country's huge size, it has sheep stations that take up hundreds and even thousands of square kilometres. It also depends on whether the sheep are being produced for wool or meat. The majority of sheep for meat are concentrated in Victoria and southern New South Wales, but this isn't to say that sheep are not bred for meat anywhere…
Wool comes from animals who grow it. The most common animal is sheep.There are others which include lama, alpaca ,and other mammals. Sheep wool is also very popular along with Cashmere wool which is collected from cashmere goats. Sheep are often farmed in places like Australia Sheep but in some countries they use camels wool, which is soft on the inside!