Australian Age of Dinosaurs – an Accessible Experience
At the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History, the Reception Centre and Dinosaur Canyon are accessible by wheelchair and fitted with ramp access. The Fossil Preparation Laboratory is all level and accessible. The Museum walking track is flat and gravelled but could prove difficult to move over without assistance.
The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History is a prominent science-based not-for-profit museum and major tourist attraction located atop a towering mesa known as The Jump-Up, approximately 24km southeast of Winton in Central West Queensland. The Museum focuses on preserving Australia’s fossil past for future generations to learn from and find inspiration in. The Museum includes the most productive Fossil Preparation Laboratory in the Southern Hemisphere, the Reception Centre and Collection Room, Dinosaur Canyon – featuring life-sized bronze dinosaur dioramas, the March of the Titanosaurs exhibition – housing Australia’s best-preserved sauropod tracksite, and the Gondwana Stars Observatory.
Cost: Depending on the tour, prices start from $70
Do you accept Companion Card?: Yes
Is a reservation required?: Yes
Cancellation Policy: Please contact the bookings Team for more information.