Day 4: Travel further west along the Matilda Way to Winton, famous as the birthplace of both Waltzing Matilda and Qantas, and more recently for its world-class dinosaur attractions. Visit the world's largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and join a guided interpretive tour of the laboratory and collection room. Grab a bite to eat at the Cretaceous Cafu00e9 before continuing your drive to Winton. Visit the Waltzing Matilda Centre, the first museum in the world dedicated to a song. Winton's Waltzing Matilda Centre tells the story of Waltzing Matilda, Winton, and the Outback region. Take a stroll along the Opal Walk and call into Corfield and Fitzmaurice, Winton's first general store. Grab a stick and test your musical talents at the world's only musical fence. Accompanied by a junkyard band, the Musical Fence is free and suitable for all to have a go. Speaking of fences, have you ever seen a fence made with concrete and rocks studded with motorbikes, typewriters and the kitchen sink? Well you can in Winton!n Winton is located on the Great Artesian Basin, one of the largest artesian ground basins in the world. You may notice that the water has a distinctive smell, which is due to the sulphur gas trapped with the water. Don't be alarmed though, it is the sweetest, cleanest water on earth!