Scientists Dig Giant Mammal Fossils in Southwest Queensland Palaeontologists, geologists and fossil enthusiasts are expecting to unearth extraordinary bones next week at one of Australia’s most impressive megafauna dig sites near Eulo, a small town in southwest Queensland. On 10 June the Outback Gondwana Foundation (OGF), a scientific organisation based near Eromanga, will begin […]
10 Queensland Artists have come together to celebrate the diversity and vastness of the Eromanga Basin landscape. Commissions from the exhibition will go towards the Outback Gondwana Foundation Building Fund. The Extant Landscape is expressed through multiple media as the artists work in oil, acrylic, print,paper, perspex, photography, digital, metal and precious gems. The Exhibition will be […]
We are delighted that our major Sponsors, Santos and Beach Energy have again committed to sponsor OGF’s general operations for another year. The companies have also agreed to contribute funding for the proposed Natural History Museum subject to Federal Government funding approval. We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of all our sponsors.
This DVD covering the natural history of Australia can be purchased from the ABC Shop. Scott Hocknull and Robyn Mackenzie make contributions. Cooper makes an impact. Click the above link for details. Check out the video below for a sneak preview of the Eromanga Giants walking past the pub!
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An Online Shop has been added to the website to assist in raising funds for OGF's activities.
“In western and south west Queensland, they are digging for treasures from the past – and coming up with finds that will keep palaeontologists busy for decades”, says Keiren McLeonard (ABC Bush Telegraph 29 August 2012). Read the full article here.
In the “Village Green” section of the Courier Mail (18 August 2012), Stuart Mackenzie describes the amazing journey the project has taken him on over the past eight years. Read about it in “Have Your Say”.
Scientists working with OGF say they may have unearthed the fossilised skeletons of up to 40 giant marsupials in south-west Queensland.
A dinosaur rush is on in the state's far southwest. The remains of one of the largest dinosaurs found in the world and the largest in Australia have been uncovered, with Queensland Museum paleontologists tipping more major discoveries to come.
The backers of Eromanga's dinosaur museum believe they have a strong chance of scoring $1.2 million of RADF funding.