A museum in the heart of Australia
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.
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.
You can meet Australia’s largest
dinosaur, visit a dinosaur dig site or learn to prepare dinosaur and megafauna fossils with the prep team.
Stay onsite at the Cooper’s Country
Lodge. Offering exceptional 4 star facilities and services to enhance your visit
to Eromanga Natural History Museum.
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 with us
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.