Free Fossil Hunting Sites Free Fossil Hunting Sites

After exploring our Prehistoric World at Kronosaurus Korner, we have the ideal place for you to visit. The fossicking sites are approximately 12 km to the north of Richmond and are easily accessible to all vehicles. 


You don't require any digging tools- in fact most people don't have any equipment and still manage to make  wonderful finds. Some of the fossils that are found in the area include belemnites, fish bones and scales, inoceramus shells and shark teeth. Fossickers are reminded that you are more than welcome to bring your discoveries back to Kronosaurus Korner for identification.


For more information contact the friendly staff at Kronosaurus Korner on 1300 KRONOK.


Richmond Fossicking Sites Map (100KB)    

Richmond Fossicking Guide (390KB)

New Fossil Finds New Fossil Finds

Oscar and Ethan Stock

07.10.14 - Oscar and Ethan Stock from Reservoir, VIC thought they'd stop by Richmond's Free Fossil Hunting Sites to search for fossils - and weren't disappointed.

Stephen and Amy Edwards

03.10.14 - Fossil finds role on into October! It may be getting warmer in Richmond, but the weather certainly hasn't put off enthusiastic fossil finders like Stephen and Amy Edwards of Cairns.

Jessica, Mikayla and Stephen

25.09.14 - For kids and parents alike, there's no better place than Richmond during the school holidays.

Wilson Family

03.07.14 - An amazing fossil discovery has been made by the Wilson family from Wiseleigh, Victoria on their trip to the free fossil hunting sites of Richmond.

Christine Gower

17.06.14 - Christine Gower from Valentine, NSW bought handfuls of fossils and enthusiasm on her recent trip to Kronosaurus Korner.

Stephen and Jill Charleston

10.06.14 - Stephen and Jill Charleston from Tasmania certainly made the most of their recent trip to Richmond.

Warren and Cathy Scriven

06.06.14 - Warren and Cathy Scriven traveled all the way up to Richmond from their home near Coffs Harbour to search for fossils.

David and Julie Michel

28.05.14 - David and Julie Michel from Inverell, NSW made a great impression on everyone at Kronosaurus Korner during their recent visit.

Darwin, Neo and Gaia Anastasia

22.04.14- Fossil hunting just runs in the blood with some families, with a great example being the Komberec kids from Townsville.

Gordon Family

11.04.14 - Fossil hunting in Richmond is heating up heading towards the Easter holidays. The Gordon Family of Proserpine were happy to show that there’s still plenty of discoveries to be made – such as their articulated fossil fish vertebrae.