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Dinosaurs – The Grand Tour

This is the ultimate dinosaur experience.  Stay three nights on-site in the 4 star comfort of Cooper’s Country Lodges Outback Studios, eat out for dinner at the Eromanga Royal Hotel or Café or self cater at the Lodge.

You will be taken on a prehistoric journey that started 90-95million years ago.  Over two days we immerse you in the story which has led to the discovery of one of Australia’s most significant dinosaur fossil fields.  You will be guided through time from discovery through to display of some of the largest animals that ever walked on earth, the Eromanga dinosaurs.     

Book early – only available during the two week Dinosaur Digs on the following dates:

11th -13th May 2019 

  • Book into Coopers Country Lodge 2.00pm 11th May 2019
  • Dinosaur Dig Tag-along tour on 12th May 2019
  • Dinosaur/Megafauna Discovery (Fossil Preparation) 13th May 2019
  • Check out 10.00am on the morning of 14th May.

17th – 19th May 2019

  • Book into Coopers Country Lodge 2.00pm 17th May 2019
  • Dinosaur Dig Tag-along tour on 18th May 2019
  • Dinosaur/Megafauna Discovery (Fossil Preparation) 19th May 2019
  • Check out 10.00am on the morning of 20th May.

Inclusions Combined Tours:

  • 3 nights Outback Studio Cooper’s Country Lodge
  • Australian Dinosaur Giants Tour (1hr)
  • Dinosaur Dig Tag-along Tour (all day)
  • Dinosaur or Megafauna Discovery Experience (all day)
  • Breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea
  • Free airport transfer from Eromanga airport

Optional Extras:

  • Breakfast hampers delivered to your room 
  • Viewing of the short documentary “Eromanga Dinosaur Project” 
  • Airport transfer from Quilpie airport to your room at Cooper’s Country Lodge.

Dinosaurs - The Grand Tour

Per Person Rates
Twin Share P/P $805 per person
Adults $1270 per person
Family $1740
The above rates are quoted in Australian Dollars per person. Ensure you read our Terms & Conditions before booking.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you recognise dinosaur fossils’

Fossils are predominantly black coloured and will look different to other rocks in the same area, plus they are heavier than rocks. Often they are broken into irregular fragments and have a porous structure.

Interesting fact: Sometimes if you put your tongue on the rock and it sticks a little bit this can also mean it is a fossil.

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