Time Is Running Out To Catch WA Museum’s Dinosaurs Of Patagonia Exhibition!
Have you walked with the huge skeletons at WA Museum Boola Bardip’s epic Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibition yet?
The world-first exhibition has hosted full-scale casts of dinosaurs from ancient Patagonia, featuring docile herbivores and sharp-toothed carnivores from the Triassic through to the Jurassic and Cretacous periods.
There are 13 species in all, including 16 skeleton casts, fascinating fossils, 3D animations and documentaries and interactive, immersive activities everyone can get in on.
However, much like the dinosaurs’ time on earth, all good things must come to an extinction, and Dinosaurs of Patagonia is finishing up on Sunday, October 23rd.
With school holidays kicking off this weekend, that means you’ve got plenty of time to get in there with the kids and have some fun with some massive fossils.
There’s a special Torchlight Dinosaur Disco coming up on October 7, Kids Flicks featuring prehistoric movies under Otto the blue whale and the Ultimate Dino-Drop in Zone with over 20,000 dig kits to giveaway running throughout the school holidays. You can also enjoy a few drinks with the dinos every Friday night from 5 pm at The Bar Before Time for those over 18yrs+.
The epic Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibition is open daily from now until October 23 – book your tickets HERE.