The Dinosaur Coast follows the coastline from Broome and Roebuck Bay north to Cape Leveque at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, in the Kimberly region of Western Australia.
To prepare yourself for exploring the beaches of the Dinosaur make sure to check out ‘Tracks and Sites‘, install the ‘Dinosaur Coast Track Guide‘ app and download the ‘Dinosaur Coast Information Brochure‘.
Due to tides and sand movement as well as cultural reasons we do not provide GPS or track maps detailing track locations. The ‘Dinosaur Track Guide App’ and ‘Information Brochure’ have general location information and tips on how to identify a track.
For travel and accommodation information please visit the Broome Visitors Centre.
Dinosaur Coast Tours
Like to be shown the tracks by a local guide? Book a tour to discover the history, cultural and scientific significance of the track sites around the Dampier Peninsular.
View the dinosaur tracks, hear the Dreaming stories and visit ancient shell middens created by the Djugun-Yawuru people of Broome.
See some very old and perfectly preserved dinosaur tracks in rock on the beach, which once was an ancient planal forest floor.
Amazing Kimberley Tours
Don Bacon offers a boutique Dinosaur tour around Broome and the Dampier Peninsula.
Give Don a call to make a tour booking directly on 0418 919 087.