DinoQuest was an immersive interactive exhibition which brought visitors back to the Cretaceous period, where Australian polar dinosaurs once roamed on Earth. It is a 1,600 square metres, multi-sensory exhibition which consists of 7 Zones, each offering a unique thematic experience. With the message “Save the World”, it aimed to create an experience of the amazing discovery of dinosaurs in Australia.


Science Centre Singapore


  • Conceptualisation
  • Curation
  • Spatial Design
  • Design
  • Fabrication
  • Installation and Dismantling
  • Project Management

This exhibition was presented using the latest interactive technology coupled with creative storytelling, offering visitors a new dimension of thematic experience. With a unique RFID i-DinoTag issued to each visitor, it gives a theatrical retelling of how Australia’s first dinosaur fossil was discovered. On the other hand, the immersive 4D theatre showcased a glimpse of what led to the dinosaur extinction. Eco-friendly materials were also used throughout the entire exhibition to further reinforce the theme of saving the world.

“It took us 3 years to complete this exhibition. A key challenge laid in illustrating a scientifically authentic portrayal of the ancient creatures.”


DinoQuest showcases Australian dinosaurs discovered by Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich and her husband Professor Thomas Rich. It took them 3 years of hard work before witnessing the fruits of their labour.