The National Dinosaur Museum is the southern hemisphere's largest permanent display of prehistoric material, located in Gold Creek Village near Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. The museum's exhibition follows the evolution of all life, with a particular focus on dinosaurs.
With an annual patronage of 55,000 visitors, the museum is ranked among the most popular attractions in the region. The attached gift shop stocks a wide selection of fossils and ships all over the world.
Established in 1993, the museum has been steadily improved and updated since its conception. It offers paleontology displays that keep up with changes in the science.