How to get here

Heading out to Lark Quarry Conservation Park?
No fuel is available, so make sure you fill your tank before you leave Winton! There is a small cafe and shop available on site. 

The direct route to Dinosaur Stampede National Monument from Winton is via the Winton-Jundah Road. It is 110km to Lark Quarry Conservation Park. This road is suitable for conventional vehicles, with approximately 45km of sealed road, and 65km of unsealed road. Check current road conditions with the Winton Visitor Information Centre (Ph 1300 665 115) or the Winton Shire Council (Ph 07 4657 2666) before setting out on your journey. It is recommended that one and a half to two hours is allowed for travel to and from the Conservation Park.

There are several self-drive loops that take in the Dinosaur Trackways, as well as other parts of the Winton Shire. Drop in to the Winton Visitor Information Centre to pick up a brochure. Check out www.experiencewinton.com.au to help plan the rest of your journey.

Lark Quarry Dinosaur Trackways is protected on Lark Quarry Conservation Park.
Please ... take your rubbish and scraps with you when you leave the Park.

Finding your way to Winton

Self Drive Information

Dinosaur Stampede National Monument is 110km south-west of Winton, a town of 1,000 residents in Outback Queensland, and 600km south-west of Townsville. The road to the trackways is suitable for conventional vehicles, however 65km of the road is unsealed.

As Dinosaur Stampede National Monument is located at Lark Quarry Conservation Park, the most direct route from Winton is via the Winton-Jundah road.

Check current road conditions with the Winton Visitor Information Centre (1300 665 115) or the Winton Shire Council (+61 7 4657 2666) before setting out on your journey.

Driving to Lark Quarry Conservation Park from Winton will take approximately two hours.

There are several self-drive loops that take in the Dinosaur Trackways, as well as other parts of the Winton Shire. Drop in to the Winton Visitor Information Centre to pick up a brochure. Check out www.experiencewinton.com.au to help plan the rest of your journey.

Lark Quarry Dinosaur Trackways is protected on Lark Quarry Conservation Park. Please ... take your rubbish and scraps with you when you leave the Park.

Locally-based tour operators take visitors to Dinosaur Stampede National Monument regularly, see below for more details:

Outback Aussie Tours, Longreach


Outback Aussie Tours. Our Stories...Your Adventures

Outback Aussie Tours offer day trips and multi-day itineraries that include Dinosaur Stampede National Monument and Australian Age of Dinosaurs.

info@oat.net.au
www.outbackaussietours.com.au
Phone: +61 7 4658 3000

 

 

Outback Spirit, New South Wales


Outback Spirit

Outback Spirit offer a range of a multi-day Outback adventures with over 10 years experience in the industry. Tours include Dinosaur Stampede National Monument and Australian Age of Dinosaurs. Roma, Barcaldine, Longreach, Mt Isa and Cairns.

info@outbackspirit.net.au
Phone: +61 2 6049 3500

Visiting Dinosaur Stampede National Monument By Air

There is an airstrip located just outside Lark Quarry Conservation Park. Light aircraft can land on the strip. Fly in visitors are requested to make contact with the Programs Co-ordinator located in Winton several days before arrival, as the airstrip is located two kilometres from the Dinosaur Stampede complex, and a pick up will need to be organised.

The airstrip coordinates are 23 – 01 (S), 142 - 25 (e).

Please contact the Programs Co-ordinator on 07 4657 0078 or email info@aaod.com.au before travelling to Dinosaur Stampede.

After contacting the Programs Co-ordinator, to arrange a pick up time, please contact the guide on (07) 4657 1812.

Group & Tour Companies

If you wish to include a visit to Lark Quarry Dinosaur Trackways in your itinerary, please contact us directly to discuss your booking.

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