The carnivorous dinosaur, Australovenator wintonensis, aka "Banjo," is like Australia's version of a Velociraptor: light, agile, and deadly. Unlike Velociraptor, which is about 3 feet tall, however, "Banjo" is much larger. It belongs to the carcharodontosaurs, the largest carnivorous dinosaurs to walk the earth.
The two sauropod species are also some of the largest of their kind. Both Witonotitan wattsi (“Clancy”) and Diamantinasaurus matildae (“Matilda”) are titanosaurs, the largest dinosaurs to ever exist. "Clancy" might have been similar to a modern giraffe; "Matilda" was built more like a modern hippo.
The dinosaurs are about 98 million years old, living in the mid-Cretaceous period. They help fill in a few of the gaps in Australia's weak fossil record.