The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History began in 2002, and since then it has relocated from graziers David and Judy Elliott's farm at Belmont to The Jump-Up. The 42 hectares that make up The Jump-Up or mesa was donated to the Museum by the Britton Family. Currently the Museum is made up of the Fossil Preparation Laboratory and Reception Centre. In the near future, the Museum will expand further along The Jump-Up to become the most comprehensive Australian natural history in the world. 

Explore the landscape, history, development and future of the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum.