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Guided tours of Dinosaur Stampede National Monument run daily from 9.30am, 11am and 2pm and take 45 minutes. The Winton Dinosaur Capital of Australia Pass and Australia's Dinosaur Trail Pass are...

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A Prehistoric Event A Prehistoric Event

The trackways at Dinosaur Stampede National Monument were formed 95 million years ago when a herd of 150 small two-legged dinosaurs were ambushed by a large theropod. The stampede as they all attempted to flee formed...

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Stampede Shop Stampede Shop

Dinosaur Stampede National Monument Shop has a range of custom merchandise depicting the stampede. More unique items such as moulds and excavation kits are in development... 

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A terrifying encounter...

The dinosaur trackways at Dinosaur Stampede National Monument were formed 95 million years ago when Outback Queensland was a vastly different place. In stark contrast to the arid climate of today, the landscape was characterised by a great river plain, with towering conifers and lush vegetation interspersed with sandy channels, swamps and lakes. 

It was in this setting that a herd of at least 150 small two-legged dinosaurs, including carnivorous coelurosaurs and plant-eating ornithopods came to drink at the edge...

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