WE’VE all heard of T-Rex but the Tyrannosaurs exhibition, on show until July 27 at the Australian Museum in Sydney, is designed to dispel ingrained dino myths, including the notion that T-Rex was the only one of his kind. Subtitled ‘‘Meet the Family’’, the exhibition showcases a dynasty that first appeared 165 million years ago and whose long line included Gorgosauras (‘‘George’’ according to my four-yearold son), Albertosaurus (that would be ‘‘Albert’’) and the biggest and brashest of the Tyrannosaurs, Rex. The small collection of dinosaur fossils includes never-before displayed Chinese specimens and a locally discovered bone that some believe is evidence of an Antipodean relative. While there’s enough to keep adults intrigued, the exhibition is a treat for young ones, with room-sized projections of dinosaurs running through Circular Quay, interactive exhibits and an extensive program of kidfriendly events including dino hunts and museum sleepovers (fees apply). Entry from $14 (free for under-fives). More: tyrannosaurs.com.au.