This armoured dinosaur was covered in protection. Its bony horns, large spikes and bony body plates all helped to keep it alive and protect its soft belly from predators. In today’s world, the armadillo defends itself in a similar way.

Dino Sponsor


Founded on a sense of community and entrepreneurial spirit, we’ve stayed true to the belief that people get out of life what they put in. And when it comes to bringing people and property together we know that’s a combination of inspiration, knowledge and effort.

At Andrews, we’ve been in this business long enough to know that people have a good sense of what’s right for them when it comes to property. They know when they’ve found the right fit.

We also know whether they’re selling, buying or letting, having a savvy and straightforward guide connecting a sense for something with the facts is what adds most value.

So we keep focus on two things; reassuring advice and refreshing service. The very least you should expect from a partner helping you with your home.

When you know, you just know. It can be that simple, we reassure you.


Fact File


Meaning of name  
Well-armoured head

7 m 

2,000 kg


When it lived   
Late Cretaceous (70 million years ago)

Where it lived   
North America


This hungry herbivore could eat 800 kg of plants every day - the same as eating about 200 lettuces!

Our Dino Sponsors