Australian dinosaur and other fossilised fauna and flora from Australia’s newest palaeontological frontier in South-west Queensland, represent specimens that are new to science and dinosaurs that are some of the largest and most complete in the world.
Outback Gondwana Foundation is helping to bring these scientifically significant and unique discoveries to the world.
Dinosaurs are only part of the fossil, cultural, geological, floral and faunal diversity of South- west Queensland.
Outback Gondwana Foundation endeavours to enhance our knowledge of this diverse and complex environment by providing the opportunity to conduct research and field-work within the contextual area of discovery.
“To discover, preserve and display, Outback Australia’s dinosaur and fossil heritage, cultural heritage and natural history, in their native environment, for the education and enjoyment of all.”
The Outback Gondwana Foundation was established in 2008 and is one of only a few of palaeontologically-oriented not-for-profit organisations in Australia. It runs the Eromanga Research Field Station and Dinosaur Preparatory Laboratory and acts as the public research body for the proposed regional natural history museum for South-west Queensland.
Your donation will help ensure that Australia’s fossil, cultural and natural heritage is not lost to science or the Australian community but discovered, preserved and accurately documented for perpetuity. South west Queensland, is a unique region of Australia with so much still to be discovered and recorded… the history books on Outback Gondwana are yet to be written.
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*As represented by skeletal remains.