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Yellow-faced Honeyeater, very common in woodland in our area.
Scarlet Honeyeater , a common winter-visitor to gardens in the area
Marbled Frogmouth, this area is one of the last ‘strong-holds’ of this species
White-eared Monarch, a ‘sought-after’ species which is present in small numbers along rainforest-lined creeks.
Sacred Kingfisher, abundant summer-visitor to our region.
Variegated Fairywren, Fairly common in our area in dense vegetation.
Koala, though declining across Australia, can still be found in eucalyptus in our area.
Pale-headed Rosella, a common species in this area.
Eastern Water Dragon, common near waterways in our region
Little Wattlebird, common in gardens in our area.
Brown Honeyeater, one of our most abundant garden species
White-banded Plane (or Common Aeroplane) Fairly abundant in ‘rainforest’ areas