Eromanga Natural History Museum

Eromanga, Quilpie Area

The Eromanga Natural History Museum (ENHM) nestled in the Australian Outback is home to Australia’s largest dinosaur, a 95-98 million year old titanosaur called ‘Cooper’. He is one of a number of significant fossil discoveries in the heart of the South West Queensland Channel Country.

Not only does the museum have dinosaurs but some of the world’s largest mega fauna and a variety of micro fauna which were discovered nearby in Eulo and are thought to be 50,000 to 100,000 years old.

Stage 1 has been built three kilometres outside of Eromanga, approximately one hours’ drive west from Quilpie. ENHM is dedicate to celebrating the prehistoric history and the amazing diversity of life of outback Australia - from the tiniest fossils the size of a sugar grain, to the mightiest dinosaurs Australia has ever seen.

Be amazed by the; Australian dinosaurs, mega fauna, micro fauna and plants. With these amazing finds and there is plenty to see and learn. ENHM offers a range of tours and experiences, learn to prep fossils and join fossil digs. The guided tour, The Australian Giants Tour runs four times a day.

So come along and see what you can learn about prehistoric time.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $25.00 Infant 0 to 4 years: free of charge. Child 5 to 12 years: AUD15. Student 13 years and older: AUD25.
Indicative Prices $25.00 - $75.00 AUD25 Concession/Pension Card. AUD30 Adult. AUD75 Family (two adults and two children under 12).

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
16 February 2018 - 19 March 2018MondayClosed
Tuesday9am - 5pm
Wednesday9am - 5pm
Thursday9am - 5pm
Friday9am - 5pm
Saturday9am - 5pm
SundayClosed
19 March 2018 - 31 October 2018Daily9am - 5pm
25 December 2018Closed

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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