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Oct 10

Dinosaur Day 2016

The Australian Museum and the Royal Botanic Gardens are proud to present Dinosaur Day.

Dinosaur Day and Clickfest was started by Virtual Excursions Australia in 2011 as a way of showcasing the variety of content available to schools across Australia. This year Dinosaur Day is on the 7 November and is the first day of the ClickFest Video Conferencing Festival.

Join Winny the Australian Museum’s Muttaburrasaurs and go back in time to Gondwana with the Royal Botanic Gardens.

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Monday 7 November 2016

Dinosaur Day – Fascinating Fossils

Time: 09:30

Fossils are fascinating reminders of life in ancient times and provide a window into the past. They can also reveal an amazing amount of information about extinct species and the ancient world. Step inside the shoes of a palaeontologist to use fossil material and modern animals to reconstruct some extinct Australian animals.

Dinosaur Day – Meet Winny

Time: 10:30

Come along to meet Winny to learn more about Australian Dinosaurs. Winny Saurs is a life size Muttaburrasaurs dinosaur puppet and she takes you on a journey to explore her world. You will be transported back 100 million years into Cretaceous and discover what life was really like for the dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Day – Gondwana Garden

Time: 11:30

Bring dinosaurs and plants live into your classroom in this thrilling experience for your students.
Go back in time to when Australia was part of Gondwana 165 million years ago and meet Winny the Australian Museum’s life size Muttaburrasaurus and discover dinosaur environments.

Dinosaur Day – Fascinating Fossils

Time: 13:00

Fossils are fascinating reminders of life in ancient times and provide a window into the past. They can also reveal an amazing amount of information about extinct species and the ancient world. Step inside the shoes of a palaeontologist to use fossil material and modern animals to reconstruct some extinct Australian animals.

Dinosaur Day – Gondwana Garden

Time: 14:00

Bring dinosaurs and plants live into your classroom in this thrilling experience for your students.
Go back in time to when Australia was part of Gondwana 165 million years ago and meet Winny the Australian Museum’s life size Muttaburrasaurus and discover dinosaur environments.

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