Win a Pass to the National Dinosaur Museum

Crazy about dinosaurs? Step back in time and learn all about these fascinating creatures and the evolution of life at the National Dinosaur Museum (Canberra)! The museum is celebrating its 25th birthday this year, and we are giving away two family passes! 

Move through the Eromanga Sea, walk beneath the Pterosaur Avery, get a selfie in front of an enormous 1.7m croc skull or investigate the Permian Predators and the new-look Australian Megafauna display.

The National Dinosaur Museum in Gold Creek Village, known for its largest display of skeletons and fossils in Australia, is celebrating its 25th birthday this year. It has added new specimens and paleo-dioramas from Prehistoric Australia. The collection includes full skeletons, individual fossils, 50 lifelike model dinosaurs as well as robotic dinosaurs that breathe, blink, move and roar.

Dinosaur fans can participate in a free dinosaur hunt activity and relax afterwards in the interactive area, making fossil rubbings, colouring-in, touching real minerals or watching a documentary on a comfy dinosaur beanbag.

And did we mention that Canberra’s best gift shop – with a wide range of natural history books, dinosaur models, apparel and toys –  has got even better?

Open: 10am to 5pm, 7 days
Free guided tours: 12pm (weekdays) & 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm (weekends and during school holidays)
Tickets: Adult $16, Child $10.50 (under 4 free), Family $45

Visit for more info.


Images: National Dinosaur Museum

The National Dinosaur Museum (Canberra) is giving away two family passes to the museum (each valued at $45, admits four persons, children under four free). The passes are valid for 12 months from the issue date.

Entries close 29 March 2018 at 10am. Winners will be notified via email within three days of the closing date (make sure to check your junk folder) and published on the website. If the winner cannot be contacted, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

Giveaways are open to Australian residents.


Evgenia Van Berkel
Evgenia Van Berkel