Tracks and Sites

Discover unique Track sites and Trackways

Finding a fossilised track (footprint) made by a dinosaur 130 million years ago is a very special experience.

Tracks along the Dinosaur Coast range in size from 12cm to more than 1.7m. Over 21 different types of tracks have been identified and thousands of examples have been recorded.

Most of Australia’s dinosaur fossils are found in the eastern states and are between 90 and 127 million years old. Tracks found along the Dinosaur Coast are older, between 127 to 140 million years old.

For more information on which tracks can be found on what beach around Broome, download the Dinosaur Coast Track Guide.

Track Locations

James Price Point


17°29’20”S, 122°08’34”E

Types of Tracks

Easily accessible trackways during low tide.

Cable Beach


17°55’41 S, 122°12’36 E

Types of Tracks

Sand frequently covers this area.

Gantheaume Point


17°58’26”S, 122°10’36”E

Types of Tracks

Tracks visible only at extremely low tides < 1m. Rocks very slippery. We recommend NOT taking small children.

North Reddell Beach

Yinara (North)

17°59’17”S, 122°11’37”E

Types of Tracks

Beach can be accessed via Kavite Road.

Reddell Beach


17°59’43”S, 122°11’42”E

Types of Tracks

North of Reddell Point, beach can be accessed via Kavite Road (if the road is open).

Entrance Point

Entrance Point

18°00’29”S, 122°12’31”E

Types of Tracks

Abutting the car park and north of the second boat ramp to Reddell Point.

Crab Creek

Binggaja & Gabunyanya

17°58’19”S, 122°18’04”E

Types of Tracks

East of the Crab Creek Road T-junction.

Broome Bird Observatory


17°58’41”S, 122°20’31”E

Types of Tracks

Near the boat-launching ramp.

Found Something New?

If you find what you think are ’new’ tracks or a ‘new’ tracksite please photograph and register your discovery to DCMG. We’ll make sure your find is checked out and, if necessary, documented and protected.