Have you ever wondered what makes reptiles tick?
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.
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Gympie Bone Museum is Australia’s first and only museum dedicated to the science and art of modern bones and skeletons. Open 10am – 3pm or after hours by appointment.
Gympie Bone Museum – come and see what you’ll look like later!