The Eromanga Natural History Museum is committed to discovering, conserving and showcasing the fossil, natural and cultural heritage of the upper Murray/Darling and Lake Eyre/Cooper basins. The incredible diversity of Outback Australia’s natural history is on display – from the tiniest fossils the size of a sugar grain to the mightiest dinosaurs Australia has ever seen.
In line with Stage 3 of Queensland Government’s COVID-safe Roadmap to recovery and social distancing guidelines, Eromanga Natural History Museum guided tours are operating with a maximum of 20 guests per tour. We are currently running 4 guided tours per day at 9.00am, 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm. View more information on our guided tours here. To avoid disappointment, bookings are essential to BOOK HERE. Thank you for your understanding.
See the ground-breaking discoveries at Eromanga Natural History Museum. The South West Outback region is home to some of the world’s largest dinosaurs.
Some 95-98 million years old, the Eromanga dinosaurs are some of the world’s largest dinosaurs. The largest dinosaur on display is nicknamed Cooper, a Titanosaur thought to have lived in the Cretaceous period.
See Megafauna estimated to have lived some 50,000 to 100,000 years ago. This includes the giant rhino-sized Diprotodon, the symbol of Australian megafauna as well as the largest land lizard that ever lived.
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Stay in the heart of the action at the onsite Cooper’s Country Lodge for a truly memorable visit. From the moment you step inside these well appointed semi self-contained rooms, you’ll relax into your Outback Queensland holiday. From your covered verandah, take in the endless skies and star filled nights.