But only 6500 bales were auctioned and competition was limited.
Wool prices firmed at this week's sale, on the back of a softer dollar.
Prices have eased in recent weeks after their rapid rise, peaking in March.
But a lower New Zealand dollar took some of the pressure off prices at a combined South and North Island sale on Thursday.
Wool Services International says longer coarse cross-bred fleece was 2.5% dearer and average and poor style fleece also strengthened a little due to a seasonal short supply.
But shorter cross-bred fleece fell by 2%.
Lamb's wool prices were also mixed, with first lambs' fleece rising by up to three percent, but shorter fleece slipping by 4% - 5%.
Only 6500 bales were auctioned and competition was limited, with only three quarters of the wool selling.