The Dinosaur Coast, track ways and track sites are well documented in many media reports and publications.
In the media
- World’s biggest dinosaur footprints found in north-western Australia. (ABC website, March 2017)
- WA’s dinosaur coast: Bid to protect Broome’s ancient footprints after maps published (ABC website, March 2017)
- Unknown dinosaur collection brought to life (ABC 7.30 Report, March 2017)
- Dinosaur footprints could stymie Broome marina site chosen after decades of discussion (ABC website, March 2017)
- Dinosaur footprints found among tourists and fishermen on Broome’s Cable Beach. (ABC website, September 2016)
- Kimberley Dinosaurs (ABC Catalyst, October 2012)
Salisbury, SW and Romilio, A (2019) Dinosaur tracks and Related Geological Features of the Reddell Point–Entrance Area, Broome, Western Australia. Palaeontological survey as part of the 2018 Broome Safe Boat Harbour Site Assessment Process. School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
- Dinosaur tracks and Related Geological Features of the Reddell Point–Entrance Point Area, Broome, Western Australia. Palaeontological survey as part of the 2018 Broome Safe Boat Harbour Site Assessment Process. Funded through the Shire of Broome and the Western Australian Department of Transport. Authors Steven W. Salisbury & Anthony Romilio. Released on 22 February 2019 by the Shire of Broome.
- Although the Aboriginal community has had a long and continuing connection with dinosaur tracks, research by Broome-based social historian Robyn Wells suggests the first record of non-Aboriginal knowledge of the tracks dates from around 1900. Further research has revealed that several families from Broome have long and continuing connections to the story of the discovery of the tracks.
- Romilio, A, Hacker, JM, Zlot, R, Poropat, G, Bosse, M and Salisbury, SW (2017) A multidisciplinary approach to digital mapping of dinosaurian tracksites in the Lower Cretaceous(Valanginian-Barremian) Broome Sandstone of the Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia. PeerJ 5, e3013.