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Digging Up Dinosaurs

Learn how to dig up dinosaurs with the guidance from a dedicated team of experts and museum staff. The Eromanga Natural History Museum has been running the Eromanga dinosaur digs since 2007 but it is only now that we are offering the opportunity for you to book your spot on this exciting dinosaur dig. Small groups give you a very specialised experience.

Book early to secure your positions.

2019 Eromanga Dig dates

Week 1 - 9th – 15th May (arrive for dinner on 9th May and leave after breakfast on 15th May)
Week 2 - 15th - 21st May (arrive for dinner on 15th May and leave after breakfast on 21st May)

Includes

  • 5 day experience; 4+ days digging dinosaurs; 6 nights at the shearers quarters
  • Arrival the evening before you start digging so you can settle in, dinner provided.
  • Breakfast on your day of departure
  • Optional day to visit a new dinosaur site or the ENHM.
  • Working with ENHM field palaeontologists and geologist
  • Meeting the landholders of the private land where the dinosaur sites are located.
  • All meals included
  • Twin shared accommodation in shearers quarters (all bedding provided)
  • Morning and afternoon tea and lunch will be provided at the dig site

Digging Up Dinosaurs – 5 days

Per Person Rates
Adult * $2500 *
* Minimum age 18 years.
The above rates are quoted in Australian Dollars per person. Ensure you read our Terms & Conditions before booking.

 

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Our campsite - what we provide

  • Comfortable twin share shearers quarters accommodation
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Camp cooks will prepare all meals (you will not go hungry!)
  • Amazing campfire everynight
  • Hot & Cold showers
  • Drinking water
  • Limited refrigeration space
  • Satellite phone for emergencies
  • Handheld UHF radios will be available upon request
  • Beds
  • All bedding and towels

Our dig site - what we provide

  • Digging tools and safety equipment
  • Bush toilets (the ‘long drop’)
  • Field marquee, tables and chairs
  • All meals

What you need to bring

  • Personal water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Lip-balm
  • Broad brimmed hat
  • Fly veil
  • Insect repellent
  • Work gloves
  • Work boots

Become a Museum Member

Museum membership grants you benefits from great discounts as well as support the continuing development of the museum. Find out more about becoming a museum member.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do the Eromanga dinosaurs and the Eulo Diprotodon (Megafauna) have common names like Cooper, George, Sid, Zac and Kenny?

These are identifying names we give a new important dinosaur or megafauna discovery so we know which individual we are talking about. In many cases with the dinosaurs they will be scientifically described as completely new dinosaurs and then they are given a special scientific name.  If they are not a new species then they will already have a special scientific name.  ‘Kenny’ has a scientific name already, Diprotondon optatum.


 
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