Winton's Australian Age of Dinosaurs museum will reopen its doors next month.
The award-winning museum of natural history has been closed since March but reopen from Monday June 15.
The museum will be taking online bookings only and only EFTPOS transactions will be allowed in store.
In line with the Queensland COVID-19 recovery roadmap only 20 people will be allowed to take the Ultimate Dinosaur tour at any one time.
That tour will run twice a day Monday to Saturday (once in the morning and once in the afternoon) until
On a Facebook post the museum, 15km east of Winton, said the museum had been closed since March 25.
"However, it is with great pleasure that we announce we are reopening," the Museum said.
From July 13, a maximum of 100 people will be permitted on site at any one time and from August 1 the Museum will open daily as normal trading hours resume.
The Dinosaur Stampede at Lark Quarry, 100km south of Winton will not reopen until July 13 to online and instore bookings. A maximum of 50 people will be permitted on site at any one time.
From August 1 Dinosaur Stampede will open daily as normal trading hours resume.
As the pandemic hit in March, Australian Age of Dinosaurs founder David Elliott said the six months to September was peak tourist season.
"If this had happened six months ago, it would not have been so bad. We can hope restrictions are lifted in June, then we might get some travellers coming through at the end of the season," he said at the time.
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