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Australia's Largest Dinosaur

Project overview

We supported the Eromanga Natural History Museum with $834,000 to construct a 3D-printed replica skeleton of Cooper – Australia’s largest dinosaur and supporting interpretive content to tell the story.

Based on skeletal remains found so far, Cooper is Australia’s largest dinosaur. Named after Cooper Creek and the Cooper Basin where this dinosaur was discovered. Cooper is currently being described as a candidate for a new genus and species of dinosaur and is one of the largest animals to have walked the earth.

The replica of Cooper’s skeleton and the real bones will be on display in the museum once a new gallery is constructed.


  • New exhibition to see Australia’s largest dinosaur

  • Educate visitors about dinosaur history

  • Attract visitors to Outback Queensland

Last updated: 23 Mar 2022