Broome & the Dampier Peninsula

Dinosaur Coast Track Guide

Step back in time with the Dinosaur Coast Track Guide App! Identify dinosaur tracks & discover the trackmakers.

Dinosaur Coast Track Guide

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Take a Step back 130 Million Years!

The Dinosaur Coast Track Guide identifies tracks along the Dampier Peninsula in Western Australia.

The App is not a track locator and doesn't have a GPS functionality, it's ideal for a day out adventuring while identifing tracks and discovering more about the trakmakers.

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App Features

Install the App

Compatible with Android and iOS devices.

iOS Install on Device

  • Click the Get App link.
  • Tap the Share button at the bottom of the page. It looks like a square with an arrow pointing out of the top.
  • From the list select 'Add to Home Screen'.
  • Select Add.

Android Install on Device

  • Click the Get App link.
  • Locate Add to homescreen link.
  • Click link.

What Others Say...

This is a great tool and easy to use, for palaeontologists of all ages. It includes everything needed to identify the different types of dinosaur tracks in the Broome Sandstone, and will help you see the Dinosaur Coast as it was 130 million years ago. A must have for the avid Kimberley dino-tracker.

Dr Steve Salisbury

It was so much fun walking around in the low tides looking for dinosaur tracks. The Dinosaur Coast Tracking Guide really helped identify what we were looking at and the kids loved seeing what the dinosaurs looked like.
Gillian, Broome Local
The app was great for fostering exploration, and checking suspected prints... It encourage all of us to search across the entire beach to see what we could find. The kids loved all the detail and especially the 360 deg panorama. I will definitely be recommending it to others. Really brought the dinosaurs to life, seeing what they most likely have looked like.
Brendan Renkin
Was handy having tides in the app so we were able to time our search and found some really cool Theropod tracks.
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A Dinosaur Coast Managment Group initiative, funded by Lotterywest.