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Kronosaurus Korner, Richmond

4.8
#28 of 153 in Museums in Queensland
Specialty Museum Museum
Richmond’s Kronosaurus Korner is one of the three destinations that make

up Australia’s Dinosaur Trail. It is a world class centre housing Australia’s

best preserved dinosaur and marine reptile fossils.
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4.8
  • Masses of fascinating knowledge displayed well. Well informed staff who will look at your finds after you've been to the fossil digging sites nearby. Just remember to buy a geologist's hammer before y...  more »
  • Loved this place, very friendly welcome. The local palaeontologist, Patrick, made our visit great. A very enthusiastic guy with heaps of knowledge but able to speak to the average 'jo'.  more »
  • Never thought there was a reason to stop in Richmond, but this little museum/display is really magic. With the audio tour, you learn so much about the huge Eromango Sea which almost made Australia 2 i...  more »
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  • Great friendly srrvice and directions to attractions. Excellent display
  • Interesting and informative museum. Impressive collection and the audio tour makes for easy learning without having to read too much. Clean, open, modern and just enough on display to keep you interested right through it all. Highly worth the $20 admission. I never knew so much research was being carried out in a small town of just 500 people.
  • Wonderful displays, fantastic specimens, will displayed, easy to read info. Great staff.
  • Friendly staff and great exhibits! Self guided audio tour was detailed, without getting too boring. My son loved it! The cafe makes a great coffee as well.
  • A very cool and interesting self tour, most enjoyable, the kids had fun.