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Saturday, 21 May 2022

If you have a child that loves dinosaurs or you would like to introduce them to these pre-historic creatures, I recommend packing some snacks and spending a few hours for an educational experience filled with play and fun.

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Once you enter it's a self guided walk around the tent where you'll hear the roar of the dinosaurs and get an interactive hands on experience with some dino-themed activities.

The kids can get into a fossil dig, become a paleontologist excavating dinosaur eggs, read stories about Dinosaurs, build a wooden model dinosaur, jump for joy on the bouncy castles (there's 2), rides and marvel at the huge dino's appearing over them.

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There's lots of photo opportunities indoors or you're able to purchase your own souvenier photo. There's a cafe (kiosk) right at the back serving the usual event type food, toilets on site, helpful rangers (that would be the staff!) and first aid.

In a nutshell, it's a fun-filled outing for little one's (under 2's are free) and their families. Our 6 and 4 year old loved all the activities and our baby didn't mind oogling the big dinosaurs either.

Our Tips:

  • Parking is available for $4.00 in the Caulfield Racecourse or there's plenty of free carparks around Caulfield Train Station.
  • Aisles are big enough for a pram and queues moved quickly for activities
  • Pack your own snacks/drinks/lunch
  • The gift shop is directly on the left as you enter, so, walk to the right with the troops if you want to avoid a meltdown!


Caulfield Racecourse


21st - 29th July 2014


  • Adult/Concession/Junior (3 - 17 years) $27.00
  • Free for 2 and Under


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