Clive Palmer.

Clive Palmer. Photo: Glenn Hunt

Clive Palmer's plan to build the Titanic Two is ambitious, but with a Tyrannosaurus rex gracing his Queensland resort the billionaire's resurrection credentials are looking pretty good.

A life-size T rex robot, eight metres tall and 20 metres long, will arrive next week at the world's biggest dinosaur park at the Palmer Coolum Resort on the Sunshine Coast.

The mechanical monster will be brought to life with a swaying tail, moving arms and mouth, full head movements, "breathing" lungs and a guttural prehistoric roar.

The recreation of the world's largest ever carnivore will be the first of 160 "scientifically classified" robots to inhabit Mr Palmer's new dinosaur park.

"It marks the beginning of dinosaurs coming to Coolum," Mr Palmer said.

"It will be the biggest dinosaur park in the world, and it's going to happen right here."

- AAP