|Named By:||Alan Bartholomai & Ralph. E. Molnar in 1981|
|Time Period:||Early Cretaceous, 112-99.6 Ma|
|Location:||Australia, Queensland - Mackunda Formation. Possibly also New South Wales - Lightning Ridge|
|Size:||Usually credited with being around 7 meters long, occasional slightly larger estimates are made|
|Fossil(s):||Skull and partial post cranial skeleton for the holotype. Further remains including a second skull have since been attributed to the genus|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Ornithischia | Ornithopoda | Iguanodontia | Rhabdodontidae ||
Muttaburrasaurus was a genus of herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur, which lived in what is now northeastern Australia sometime between 112 and 99.6 million years ago during the early Cretaceous Period. It has been recovered in some analyses as a member of the iguanodontian family Rhabdodontidae. After Kunbarrasaurus, it is Australia's most completely known dinosaur from skeletal remains. It was named after Muttaburra, the site in Queensland, Australia, where it was found.