Siti dei Fossili di Riversleigh

I fossili che mostrano l'evoluzione dei mammiferi australiani sono conservati per sempre nel calcare del sito di Riversleigh Fossil nell'Outback del Queensland. Questo sito patrimonio mondiale si trova nella sezione sud-orientale del Parco nazionale di Lawn Hill ed è da visitare per vedere i fossili di mammiferi ben conservati risalenti a 25 milioni di anni fa.
Documentatevi meglio sui fossili
  • Guardate i fossili in loco al Sito D di Riversleigh. Questa è l'unica parte del sito patrimonio mondiale aperta al pubblico.
  • Camminate lungo il Riversleigh Fossil Trail, che vi condurrà in cima all'affioramento calcareo che sovrasta il sito D di Riversleigh.
  • Visitate il Riversleigh Fossil Centre a Mount Isa per vedere il lavoro dei paleontologi che ricostruiscono la storia di questi fossili di mammiferi. 
  • Esplorate il paesaggio del Parco nazionale di Lawn Hill.
  • Tornate ancora più indietro nel tempo e documentatevi sui fossili di dinosauro che si trovano ugualmente nell'Outback del Queensland.

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From AU$8 - 8
Share the secret locals have known for years: a soak in their mineralised waters is relaxing for the body and therapeutic for the soul. Throughout the ages people have traveled great distances to seek natural mineral waters.

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Free Entry
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From AU$10.00 - 10.00
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Their town walking tours are a great chance for travellers and locals to experience Hughenden's history at its best. Over an hour you'll wander through the streets of town and share stories, special moments, architecture, historical importance and more.

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From AU$5 - 8
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