DINOSAURS are returning to the Otways. A major science exhibition that has smashed museum attendance records around the world has opened in Apollo Bay.
It tells the story of world-first and unique discoveries in the Otways.
The exhibition seen by millions of people in Taiwan, Italy, Argentina and Singapore – now located on the Barham River Scenic Drive – is about the fossil record from the Great Southern Continent, which once included Australia, South America, Antarctica, Africa, and India.
It includes fossils that span almost 3.8 billion years to the present covering a massive range of specimens from the pin-up girl of the dinosaur world Leaellynasaura, who was a tiny polar dinosaur discovered on the Otways coast, right through to the skeleton of the aggressive carnivore Tarbosaurus Bataar (means ferocious lizard) more than 8 metres long.
For more information please visit www.otwaydinosaurs.com