Eromanga Natural History Museum
The Eromanga Natural History Museum showcases the incredible diversity of the Outback’s natural history – from the tiniest fossils to the mightiest dinosaurs Australia has ever seen.
We supported the Eromanga Natural History Museum with an investment of $2 million to construct galleries with an interpretation corridor and glazed viewing into preparation labs, the Holotype room, the fossil collection room and plant room.
The facilities provide visitors with the rare opportunity to see real bones from Queensland dinosaurs and how they are prepared for study and eventually display in the museum.
This project is a part of the $25 million Growing Tourism Infrastructure (GTI) Fund 2020/21 and is a key element of Queensland’s Economic Recovery Strategy: Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs to help accelerate the State’s recovery from COVID-19.
26 construction jobs created
Grow local economy by $1.5 million annually
Supports 12 operational jobs
Last updated: 23 Mar 2022