Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is home to a wide range of Australian animals living in diverse sub-alpine habitats including wetlands, grasslands, wet and dry forests and woodlands.
Northern Corroboree Frogs are brightly coloured with yellow and black patterning. They are a small frog, getting to only 3cm in length and live in sub-alpine woodlands and tall heathlands.
Tidbinbilla is the only place in the ACT where Brush-tailed Rock-Wallabies can be found.
The Eastern Bettong is a small macropod (nicknamed rat-kangaroo) that was once widespread...