The Dinosaur Coast

Discover 130 million year old Dinosaur tracks in Broome.

The Dinosaur Coast occurs on the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Thousands of dinosaur tracks occur along beaches from Roebuck Bay near Broome, north to Minarrinay (Coulomb Point) The dinosaur tracks are preserved in rocks of the Broome Sandstone, and form part of the West Kimberley National Heritage Area (Place ID 106063).

Knowledge of Kimberley dinosaur tracks stretches back a long way. Learn more about the Cultural Significance of the Dinosaur tracks and the history of trackway discoveries.