HELP herping locations near st ives NSW please

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  1. reptileandsodaz

    reptileandsodaz Not so new Member

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    idk any yet
     
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    AaronLovesPythons Not so new Member

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    I work in st ives and love reptiles id be happy to go with you i heard lane cove national park is really good for water dragons and red bellies laceys and adders

    Im yet to find a good spot i had a few people on here reccomend murra murra national park and had pics of the adders there but 6kms into the bush and bush bashing only found a couple of laceys

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    reptileandsodaz Not so new Member

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    ooh ill check out lane cove but i dont think my mum would let me go herping with anyone unless i knew them :mad:
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    -ill check murra
     
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    Bl69aze Very Well-Known Member

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    you wont find much at this time of the year mate everythings gone to cool off for the winter months

    best bet is sometime september~ when everything comes out looking for a partner or in the middle of summer when everything will be out basking
     
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    good 2 know
     
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