So, the question that is lurking at the back of my mind is "how do flood geologists explain all of those footprints?"
Lark Quarry, near Winton, attracts about 20,000 visitors a year to see thousands of fossilised dinosaur footprints - believed to be 95 million-years-old.
Heritage Minister Peter Garrett has announced funding for the quarry's conservation park to improve toilets and waste management at the site.
Winton Mayor Ed Warren says it is long overdue.
"It's the only preserved site in the world that's a recording of dinosaur footprints and we've got to have strategies in place to try and look after it and preserve the area for people to come and view this wonderful expanse of dinosaur footprints," he said.
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