Between 65 and 146 million years ago, during a time known as the Cretaceous period, the dominant fauna of eastern Australia included small-medium sized dinosaurs, primitive egg-laying mammals, turtles, marine reptiles and invertebrates.
But dinosaurs are not just part of the past – this week they were back and attracting a crowd in Centennial Park!
The Plesiosaurs are coming!
A lucky group of kids were on hand to enjoy an impromptu show, and the dinosaurs did not disappoint.
Now join the workshop at Carriageworks
In prehistoric times, below the surface, swam some of the world’s most diverse marine reptiles. Following on from the internationally loved Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo, Erth have been scouring the seas to collect giant prehistoric underwater creatures.
Take a deep breath and meet these aquatic creatures in person. For kids 5 years +.
- Dates: 25 September to 4 October 2015
- Venue: Carriageworks
- Tickets: Purchase online now
Centennial Parklands appreciates the support of the team from Erth for their ongoing involvement in Science in the Swamp, our National Science Week community event. To find out when dinosaurs may be seen next in Centennial Park, subscribe to our What’s On eNewsletter.
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