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Denmark Dinosaur World

Denmark Dinosaur World has a world class permanent exhibition of Dinosaur Skeletons including the only T-Rex in Australia.

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Hours: Everyday Open at 10 00 am. Last entry at 4.00 pm Closed Christmas Day

Description

The Denmark Dinosaur World is a unique place in Australia’s South West Southern Forests. Situated a 10 minutes drive from the Tree Top Walk.

Visitors are able to experience a hands-on, mind-on, interactive eco-adventure into the world of birds and reptiles.

Meet and learn about conservation and breeding programmes of the critically endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoo and the spectacularly coloured Giant Macaws from the Amazon rainforest of South America. Marvel at the secret and intriguing world of Australias fascinating and unique reptiles, including rare Pythons, Dragon Lizards and Monitor Lizards. Experience the amazing Southern Forest and interact with nature. Your journey through this discovery experience will both inform and excite your imagination.

Open daily, the parkland setting has a picnic and barbecue facilities. There is ample parking for caravans and buses. The gift shop has books on the dinosaur, reptiles and birds. There are public toilets, wheel chair access, refreshments and espresso coffee available. Get up close and personal with the only T-Rex in Australia. Marvel at Protoceratops, the horned Dinosaurs plus many more. Meet Velociraptor made infamous in the movie “Jurassic Park”. See some of the tallest and smallest meat eating Dinosaurs. Bring your camera for a photo beside one of the biggest carnivores of all time.

Prices: Adults $12, Child $6; Fam $35.

Open: Everyday, Open 10 00am last entry at 4 pm. Closed Christmas Day

Location

Bandit Rd. Bow Bridge

Directions

Denmark Dinosaur World is located on Bandit Rd. near Bow Bridge. The Bandit Rd. turnoff is located 26 km east of Walpole on the South Coast Highway.

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