Jurassic World: The Exhibition

Mimi Dang
25th Sep 2023

Sydney, hold onto your hats and prepare for a journey 65 million years in the making, as Jurassic World: The Exhibition descends this spring, just in time to make school holidays unforgettable (and not just for the kids!). Following its record-breaking success in cities across the globe, this colossal and immersive experience commemorates 30 years of the iconic Jurassic Park franchise by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.

This incredible experience is brought to life through a mammoth collaboration with Universal Live Entertainment, NEON, SuperLuna, Masterworks, Sony Music Entertainment Australia, and Animax Designs, the creators of lifelike animatronic dinosaurs.

It’s a family-friendly spectacle of epic proportions, paying homage to one of the most beloved blockbuster franchises in cinema history. Visitors step through the iconic "Jurassic World" gates, immersing themselves in richly themed environments where they encounter life-sized dinosaurs, including the awe-inspiring brachiosaurus, agile velociraptors, and the legendary Tyrannosaurus Rex. Adults and children will love the interactive exhibits with the chance to learn about the life cycle of dinosaurs from eggs to fossils. You’ll leave the exhibition knowing more dinosaur species than ever before.

The adventure doesn't end there – guests can also imagine what it would have been like to coexist with these magnificent creatures and even interact with baby dinosaurs, including the lovable "Bumpy" from the animated Netflix series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.

Since its debut, Jurassic World: The Exhibition has earned its place as one of the fastest-selling exhibitions in history, with over five million tickets sold worldwide. After captivating audiences in cities such as London, Dallas, Chicago, Paris, Madrid, Seoul, Shanghai and Toronto, it's finally Sydney's turn to delve into the magnificent world of Isla Nublar.

The exhibition is in full swing, opening its gates since Friday, September 22, 2023, at the newly reimagined 3,000 sqm SuperLuna Pavilion, located at the Sydney Showground within Sydney Olympic Park. It is open Monday to Friday with admission prices starting at $39 for children and $49 for adults. Special pricing is available for families, groups, senior citizens, and students.