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The Eromanga Natural History Museum is discovering dinosaurs in an area of Australia where they have previously never been found.
The Museum’s internationally significant fossil discoveries are represented in the tiniest grains of 95-million-year-old pollen spores, Australia’s largest dinosaur, ‘Cooper’, and the world’s largest marsupials, 80,000-year-old Diprotodons that carried 70 kg joeys in their pouches.
Eromanga has recently introduced a new self-rated four-star accommodation, Cooper’s Country Lodge, which is situated within the parameters of the museum reserve.
Want an opportunity to discover Dinosaur bones with the team?
Upcoming Events –
- Dinosaur Dig starting 15th May 2019 : http://www.enhm.com.au/Tours/Digging_Up_Dinosaurs.htm
- Tag-along tour to Dig 9th & 18th May : http://www.enhm.com.au/Tours/Dinosaur_Dig_Tour.htm
- Megafauna Dig 9th August : http://www.enhm.com.au/Tours/Digging_Up_Megafauna.htm
1 Dinosaur Dr Eromanga Queensland 4480
Eromanga Natural History Museum, Eromanga, Queensland, Australia