Di Woodstock is back from her latest dinosaur adventure in Winton! This time she has logged some serious hours in the lab prepping the bones of the ravenous reptiles that have been found in the area. You’ll be fascinated to hear what it takes to get a dinosaur bone from dig to display.
Come along to Gympie Bone Museum this school holidays to meet Di and hear all about it.
Gympie local Dianne Woodstock is a woman of many talents and passions. Di has been volunteering at the Australian Age of Dinosaur digs in Winton for many years. And it’s funny who she’s run into up there this time.
This will be a Q&A with museum director Debra Cook and with plenty of space for questions and conversation. The Ravenous Reptiles exhibition with select pieces on loan from Queensland Museum will be on display. Exhibition curated by Daniel Baines.
Admission: $2 per person entry to the museum No bookings required
Do you think there is more to the scales on these amazing creatures then meets the eye?
Coming to Gympie Bone Museum this school holidays is a glimpse into the lives of reptiles both native and intercontinental, ancient and modern and the adaptations they’ve used to survive for 350 million years.
Featuring crocodiles, goannas, frillneck lizards and Gila monsters to name a few, this exhibition includes select pieces on loan from the Queensland Museum.
The Gympie Bone Museum located in Condies Arcade at 163 Mary Street is hosting Ravenous Reptiles, a unique experience for kids and adults of all ages from 21st September to October 5th. Entry is a gold coin donation per person.