Dinosaurs roamed the lush, cold Cretaceous forests of southern Australia. Bones from two-legged predator (theropod) dinosaurs found in Victoria certainly confirm the presence of these animals but, as yet, the skeletons are fragmentary and incomplete. There is debate about exactly what these animals should be called. Similarities to the more complete fossils of 6m long Australovenator found in Cretaceous rocks near Winton in western Queensland have led some to suggest that they may have been the same animal but we need more evidence to know for sure. We have to keep looking!