|Named By:||Warren et al in 1997|
|Time Period:||Aptian, 120 Ma|
|Location:||Australia, Victoria, Wonthaggi Formation|
|Size:||4-5 meters long|
|Fossil(s):||Skull fragments and partial post cranial remains including ribs and vertebrae|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Amphibia | Temnospondyli | Stereospondyli | Chigutisauridae ||
Koolasuchus is an extinct genus of brachyopoid temnospondyl in the family Chigutisauridae. Fossils have been found from Victoria, Australia and date back 120 Ma to the Aptian stage of the Early Cretaceous. Koolasuchus is the youngest known temnospondyl. Koolasuchus is known from several fragments of the skull and other bones such as vertebrae, ribs, and pectoral elements. The type species K. cleelandi was named in 1997.