First visited this site in 1995, since when it has been completely upgraded with a new fully-enclosing building with interpretation centre. We had a great guide in the form of Bill, who told us about the fossils he's found and the geography of the area before taking us in to see the trackways. You stand on a wooden walkway above one side of the site from where you can see almost the whole excavated area. It is well lit from a low angle so you can easily see all the footprints. Bill explained several theories about what the dinosaurs may have been doing to form the tracks that we see today.
This is a world-class site and well worth the hour-long drive out, particularly now that most of the access road is paved. Absolutely fascinating, and humbling to think about how much history this land holds.
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