Australian Age of Dinosaurs
The Queensland Outback is home to clear skies and dozens of dinosaur tracks. The observatory will complement the attraction’s international certification as Australia’s first International Dark-Sky Sanctuary.
The March of the Titanosaurs exhibit will contain:
- two life-sized sauropods
- two ornithopods
- five coelurosaurs cast in bronze.
The exhibition will be a welcome addition to Australia's largest dinosaur fossil collection. Supporting the new attractions will be key operational infrastructure including:
- a shuttle bus shelter station
Visit the Australian Age of Dinosaurs website
Build Australia’s first International Dark-Sky Sanctuary
Support eight construction and six operational jobs
Increase visitations by 250 per cent over the first five years
Last updated: 11 Feb 2020