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Australian Age of Dinosaurs

Off the Winton-Longreach Road, Winton, Queensland 4735, Australia
+61 7 4657 0078
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MUST-DO! This place is amazing!

I visited here in April with my 13yr old daughter at her request after our travels to the red... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Carolyn A
Crows Nest, Queensland, Australia
Great place to look at dinosaurs

We will definitely be back as we only had a short stop just before closing time. it is great... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
David B
Brisbane, Australia
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The Australian Age of Dinosaurs is a museum focused on Australia’s evolutionary history, in particular the discovery, conservation, and research of Australia’s dinosaurs. It is a working museum – an education resource, research facility and tourist attraction. It features:• World’s largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils• Most productive fossil preparation laboratory in the Southern Hemisphere• Work on real, 95 million-year-old dinosaur bone fossils found in the Winton area• Spectacular views from the top of a giant mesa with striking rocky outcrops and canyons; walking trails; animal and bird life; it’s a photographer’s paradise!
  • Excellent79%
  • Very good17%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Off the Winton-Longreach Road, Winton, Queensland 4735, Australia
+61 7 4657 0078
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I visited here in April with my 13yr old daughter at her request after our travels to the red centre. I was not particularly interested in dinosaurs but figured it would be educational, hehe. Well it certainly was educational! And interesting, and fun, and just...More

Thank Carolyn A
Reviewed 6 days ago

We will definitely be back as we only had a short stop just before closing time. it is great facility but signage in Winton was confusing lead to us not coming straight out there on trip towards Longreach.

Thank David B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Yes it does get hot, but anyone travelling in Outback Queenland knows to be prepared and this is no exception. The theatre within the reception area is air conditioned and set at 23c all year round. A shop selling food and drinks is adjacent to...More

1  Thank sandykperth
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visit to this Museum is a must if you are anywhere near Winton. The Museum is located 24 kms SE of Winton and is 11 kms up a side road from Landsborough Hwy. The road is mostly bitumen except for about the last kilometre.. Booking...More

Thank george45
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We have wanted to come here for years and it definitely did not disappoint, we absolutely loved everything about the place.

Thank Debra C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good surface on road, took about 25 minutes from Winton, very informative and most enjoyable, would not recommend visit in the hot months

Thank Maureen M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a great distance to come but you get to touch an actual 95 million year old bone and get an idea of the intense work that goes into bringing these bones to 'life'.

Thank Kathleen C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had a great day out learning about the dinosaurs, excavation process and the surrounding area. All 3 guides we had were very knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. Well worth a visit (even if your not a dinosaur fanatic).

Thank Eventageous
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The office opening hours between 8:00 and 17:00, we arrived there by 16:30, had been informed "sorry, you can not see dinosaurs bone because you are late", then basically they want you to pay tour money for it , you can not self-tour yourself. We...More

Thank Gerbil D
Naomi M, Manager at Australian Age of Dinosaurs, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Gerbil D, Thank you for taking the time to review your visit, I am sorry you did not have a better experience. The Museum facilities: the Fossil Preparation Laboratory, Collection Room and Dinosaur Canyon can only be seen by guided tour. We do this...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After a bit of a drive on partially sealed road, but well worth the efforts. lots of information, including watching the volunteers in action in the lab, the quarry section is a must putting the landscape into perspective. Children would really enjoy this, as most...More

Thank Janelle R
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Angeline R
5 March 2016|
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Response from John R | Reviewed this property |
Hi, If you want to find more about the Age of Dinosaurs from Indonesia then visit their website. Google: Australian Age of Dinosaurs. Better still come to Queensland and see it at first hand. Best wishes.
karen s
15 January 2015|
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Response from Christopher M | Reviewed this property |
66 for 2 adults. Not free as money needed to build and maintain and continue to discover masses of fossils. All money goes to non profit organisation and more dino,s. Volunteers camp and help clean bones for a few days or... More
karen s
15 January 2015|
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Response from 1TraveltheWorld | Reviewed this property |
There are discount multi- passes also. Cannot post a website link, but type the link below for all info: Google australiasdinosaurtrail.