Project DIG will initially focus on the South Walker Creek site located 40 kilometres west of Nebo in the Bowen Basin, Central Queensland, where fossils were discovered in 2008 by the Barada Barna people during a cultural heritage clearance at the BHP site. During annual digs over the past decade, extinct supersized species of mammals, reptiles and marsupials have been uncovered by Queensland Museum and BHP scientists. The first stage of the digitisation effort of Project DIG will focus on the South Walker Creek discoveries as we build a picture of each object by digitising fossil records and making the data accessible from throughout the world. Little is known about the exciting new species found at this stage, and the digitisation process will allow new information and discoveries to be shared with a wider audience.