Volunteers are invited to join Kronosaurus Korner for both short and long term activities.
Volunteer programs are only offered at limited times when Curator of Palaeontology Dr Tim Holland t is available.
Volunteers have shared the experience of updating the catalogue of fossils; preparing fossils in the laboratory and fossicking. All Volunteers receive an induction and 'on the job' training.
Pictured below is Barb Flewelling who stayed with us for 3 weeks after participating in a turtle dig, with partner Gary, during Science Week in August 2008. Gary and Barb are now VIP Volunteers of Kronosaurus Korner, and were lucky to find a complete fish specimen on the dig - now on display in Kronosaurus Korner.
Barb is preparing the turtle - which is also on display in Kronosaurus Korner.
You too can be a volunteer by completing the Volunteer Registration Form or by contacting Kronosaurus Korner on 1300 KRONOK.
Canadians Barb and Gary Flewelling for the past six years have been in a close knit relationship on a volunteer basis with Kronosaurus Korner, making the 16,000 km journey each year since 2008. This year arriving in Richmond on the 10th of May 2011.