You will not need to go further than the Australian Museum to catch a glimpse of these monstrous jurassic creatures.
The museum is hosting 'tyrannosaurs', an exhibition that can give you a sneak peek at these prehistoric animals.
It is a world-first exhibition, bringing fossils from China and North America to Down Under, including Guanlong or the 'Crown Dragon', and Dilong the 'Emperor Dragon' that is only one metre long.
These fossils have never before been seen in Australia and are combined with life-sized models and skeletons to make up a fantastic exhibition.
It is the first in the country to rely on augmented reality and you can get hands on with wonderful multimedia experiences. Bring the kids along during the holidays but be aware that you are likely to get as much fun out of this show as they are!
This is a great way to incorporate some education into the holidays – you might learn why these animals were among the world's top predators. Hint: It could be to do with their huge skulls, bone-crunching teeth and strong jaws.
However, there is nothing like seeing the scale of these creatures – you will be dwarfed by the infamous T-Rex.
The exhibition is taking place until Sunday July 27, 2014, so there is plenty of time to book your hire car in Sydney and head down.
It opens daily at 9:30 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. and cameras are permitted, so make sure you remember yours for some spectacular holiday snaps.
Sessions are timed so make sure you book early if you want to visit this wonderful exhibition at a certain timeslot. The school holiday period, in particular, is set to have high demand.
The last timed session is at 3:30 p.m. so make sure you don't leave it until the last minute!