Earth’s oceans were home to some of the largest, fiercest and most successful predators ever. While dinosaurs ruled the land, giant reptiles and sharks hunted the depths.
The Sea Monsters exhibition combines real fossils from millions of years ago, gigantic replicas including a 13m long Elasmosaurus and 9m Prognathdon, 180-degree immersive video that puts you right inside the action, hands-on interactives to make your own monster, dress ups, dino poo and much more!
What can their fossilised bones tell us about how they lived? How do they compare to today’s top ocean predators? Discover the secrets of these monsters of the deep in this new exhibition that will delight all ages!
Kronosaurus attacking an Elasmosaurus. From Sea Monsters 3D film ©2007 NGHT Inc.
Can't get enough of sea monsters? Extend your exhibition experience with a screening of this exciting 3D film from the award-winning team at National Geographic. To avoid disappointment check session changes HERE or ask our friendly front of house staff.
GOAT Radio: Dr Anne Musser, palaeontologist and Michael Harvey from the Australian National Maritime Museum discuss prehistoric sea monsters in this fun chat.Listen Now