Explor-a-saurus

Explore-a-saurus has been developed to engage children aged between 5 – 12 years and their families, although the exhibition provides a broader appeal to fascinate and inform people of all ages. Different exhibits will appeal to different ages with Dinosaur Dig and Paint-a-saurus capturing the attention of primary school groups, while secondary school students can test their strength against the Might of a T-Rex bite or use problem solving skills in Track-a-saurus. Family visitors can work together to control Robo-saurus and see how dinosaurs became extinct in the theatrette. Visitors will be captivated by the collection of animatronic dinosaurs that move and roar in replica settings of their prehistoric. Great opportunities exist for media exposure and sponsorship, as Explore-a-saurus taps into the eternal fascination of life on Earth, millions of years ago.
Exhibition Period: November 2017 - April 2018
Typical time required:
30 to 45 mins
Exhibition Organizer:
Scitech, Australia

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Animatronics

Come face to face with a Triceratops, Muttaburrasaurus, Maiasaura, Stegosaurus, Apatosaurus and Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Science Links: Palaeontology, Biology, Evolutionary Biology



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Dinosaur Dig

Be a paleontologist and dig through the ‘dirt’ to see what you can uncover.
Science Links: Palaeontology, Biology


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Paint-a-saurus

Explore dinosaur colours by painting a dinosaur for camouflage or based on modern bird colouring.
Science Links: Palaeontology, Biology (adaptations), Scientific Method

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Dinosaur Eggs

Use your observation skills to work out which are eggs and which are rocks.
Science Links: Biology (reproduction), Scientific Method



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Dinosaur Vision

Look through the eyes of a dinosaur to nd out how meat eaters and plant eaters see the world differently.
Science Links: Biology (adaptations), Palaeontology, Optics

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Theatrette

Step inside and see how the dinosaurs became extinct and what palaeontologists have discovered millions of years later.
Science Links: Physics, Earth and Space Science, Climate Science, Palaeontology


And lots more!

For info on ticket prices and opening times click here.