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