Herp Spots

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by Tom Kennedy, Mar 28, 2019.

  1. Tom Kennedy

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    Hey guys, i know many people dont like to share their herp spots. Im not looking for specific spots but if people could tell me a general area it would be much appreciated

    We will be heaping from Wollongong, NSW heading to Mt Gambier, SA and then heading to Smokey Bay, SA next to Flinders Rangers NP, SA and of to Wollongong via West NSW

    Thanks in advanced
     
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    You've just listed the general areas yourself!
     
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    Ill keep my eyes peeled any specific speices that would be rare to find??
     
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    Yes, there are several species which are rarely found. I'm willing to bet you won't find any of them!
     
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    i always go to lane cove national park its one of my fav spots and i always find wtaer dragons and red bellies and if you look in the saltwater part at this time of year you will see heaps on stingrays btw theres also lace monitors there
     

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