News

Wow what a year ……

Thanks to our sponsors, Lotterywest, Shire of Broome and EDL, the news about Broome’s dinosaur tracks is spreading through WA and beyond. We now have an App, a new Museum display, a new website and lots and lots of images…
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Dinosaur Coast joins Broome’s Worn Art spectacular

2020 saw the Dinosaur Coast Management Group team up with Theater Kimberley to produce the Broome spectacular ‘Worn Art’ featuring paleoartist, Damir G. Martin. See our video here: (Note – There is no current scientific evidence that Pterodactyls existed on the…
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DCMG awarded Kimberley Community Grant

WE ARE COVERED! Thanks to the Lions Club Broome and the Water Corporation we have been able to pay all our insurance costs in what has been a financially stressful year. In June 2020 the DCMG was awarded a Kimberley…
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Recycling Dinosaurs:

Worn Art 2020 stars lots of little dinosaurs Dinosaur Coast kids have been busy building dinosaur puppets for this year’s Worn Art production. In September Puppet Artisan, Karen Hethey held six (6) puppet building workshops at the Broome Public Library.…
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Notre Dame, Nulungu: Dinosaur Coast Seminar Series

‘Science, History and Community: Bringing the Dinosaur Coast story to life’ Date: Wednesday 4th November 2020Venue: NDB11 (Lecture Room 13)Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pmAlso available via Zoom: : 428613 Abstract The Dinosaur Coast Management Group (DCMG) is a not-for-profit organisation, formed…
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WA Museum dinosaur exhibit based on cast of Dinosaur Coast sauropod track

WA Museum Boola Bardip Portals to the Past

Looking forward to seeing the Dinosaur Coast featuring in the new WA Museum Boola Bardip Portals to the Past display. Central to the display is a 16mtr sauropod based on Oobardjidama foulkesi (‘Foulkes’ little thunder’), the only named sauropod track…
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Dinosaur Coast Track Guide

The Dinosaur Coast Management Group is excited to release its “Dinosaur Coast Track Guide” App. Download now!  This free, user-friendly app can help you identify 130 million-year-old dinosaur tracks along the Dinosaur Coast. Learn about the tracks and the dinosaurs that made them. Similar to a bird identification guide but much more interactive, the app …

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Track Casts Unboxed in Broome

Well, the much-awaited track casts got here safely and there was a quiet unboxing (maintaining social distancing) under a very shady tree. For a couple of them, it was a bit like seeing old friends up close and personal. But these are not just any tracks. The University of Queensland Dinosaur Lab has created a …

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