Long-nosed bandicoot (Perameles nasuta)- 1 caught in trap near Camp Thunderbird, Thunderbird Park, (another seen on video caught by motion-sensing camera which may have been a northern brown).
- Red-necked pademelon (Thylogale thetis), Skywalk
- Common brush-tailed possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), detected by motion-sensing camera at night, Skywalk, and during nocturnal walk at Thunderbird Park led by Darryl Jones
- Eastern grey kangaroo seen during walk at Thunderbird Park led by Darryl Jones
- Koala seen by Keith McCosh and Rob McCormick in rainforest at the Witches Falls section of Tamborine National Park, and sc ratchmarks seen in sclerophyll forest during walk at Thunderbird Park led by Darryl Jones
Fawn-footed melomys (Melomys cervinipes) – 3 caught in Elliot traps and 1 or 2 detected by motion-sensing cameras at night. All at Skywalk, near entry
- Calls analysed by Green Tape Solutions
Chalinolobus morio Chocolate wattled bat Falsistrellus tasmaniensis Eastern false pipistrelle Kerivoula papuensis Golden-tipped bat Miniopterus australis Little bent-wing bat Mormopterus ridei Free-tail bat Nyctophilus sp. Long-eared bat Rhinolophus megaphyllus Eastern horseshoe bat Scoteana rueppelli Greater broad-nosed bat Scotorepens sp? Broad-nosed bat Vespadelus troughtoni? Eastern cave bat
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Very few reptiles were seen, presumably because of the weather.
- Southern Leaf-tailed Gecko Saltuarius sp. (id Isaac Llewelyn-Davies) Skywalk
- Ctenotus taeniatus (?) (id Sheena Gillman) Thunderbird Park
- Saproscincus sp (id Keith McCosh) Shade Skink, Witches Falls
- Lampropholis delicata Delicate Skink (id Asher Nicholls) Siganto Street, about 10km south of Skywalk
- Bellatorias frerei. Major Skink (id Asher Nicholls) Siganto Street
- Cacophis kreftii Dwarf Crowned Snake (id Asher Nicholls) Siganto Street
Dwarf Crowned Snake Cacophis kreftii. (id Asher Nicholls) Siganto Street
The weather seemed to suit the frogs very well, and several species were recorded. We were however unable toast the pitfall traps for fear of animals drowning if the rain continued overnight (which it did).
- Litoria caerulea Green tree frog (id Ken Cowell, Floss Wainwright) Bearded Dragon Hotel
- Litoria dentata Bleating tree frog, (id Sheena Gillman), between Bearded Dragon and Thunderbird Park
- Litoria pearsoniana Cascade trefrog (id Isaac Llewelyn-Davies) Skywalk
- Litoria peronii Emerald-spotted treefrog, Bearded Dragon
- Litoria gracilenta Graceful tree frog (id Ronda Green and Chris Burwell), Skywalk and Landcare property at end of Hartley Rd.
- Litoria chloris Orange-eyed treefrog (id Isaac Llewelyn-Davies) Skywalk
- Litoria fallax Eastern sedge frog (heard – id Ronda Green) Thunderbird Park and (id Asher Nicholls) Siganto Street
- Litoria rubella Red (or naked) treefrog, between Bearded Dragon and Thunderbird Park
- Litoria wilcoxii Stony creek frog, between Bearded Dragon and Thunderbird Park
- Adelotus brevis Tusked frog, (id Andrew Franks) Ohia Court
- Mixophyes fasciolatus Great barred frog (id Ronda Green) Skywalk
One cane toad Rhinella marina (introduced),The Knoll, dead