Wildlife

A koala catches a nap in the fork of a gum tree in the Dawn Road Reserve

A koala catches a nap in the fork of a gum tree in the Dawn Road Reserve.

Native fauna that have been sighted in Dawn Road Reserve

Koala
Platypus
Echidna
Brushtail possum
Ringtail possum
Squirrel glider
Sugar glider
Dingo (from Bunyaville Forest?)
Eastern long-necked turtle
Long-nosed bandicoot
Red-necked wallaby
Black-striped wallaby
Eastern grey kangaroo
Antechinus (type unknown)
Eastern brown snake
Red-bellied black snake
Olive green tree snake
Whip snake
Bandy Bandy snake
Carpet python
Lace monitor
Eastern water dragon
Bearded dragon
Blue-tongued lizard
Geckoes & skinks

An eastern long­‐necked turtle makes its way out of the reserve and into a neighbour's yard during a flood event.

An eastern long­‐necked turtle makes its way out of the reserve and into a neighbour’s yard during a flood event.

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Images: Peter Bull, Trina McLellan

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