Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

Australian Frogs – Frogs of Australia

This page shows some Australian frogs (and toads also, which biologically count as frogs too). There's only one amphibian found in the wild in Australia which isn't a frog (or toad), which is an introduced (i.e. feral) salamander. All of the native Australian amphibians are classed as frogs (including toads). The introduced cane toad is also biologically counted as a frog.

NOTE: The frogs are listed in order of size, from smallest to largest.

Green Tree Frog NEW
Litoria caerulea

Size: 7-11 cm

Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea - Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

Green and Golden Bell Frog NEW
Litoria aurea

Size: 7-11 cm. It can reach up to 11 cm (4.5 in) in length, making it one of Australia's largest frogs.

Green and Golden Bell Frog - Litoria aurea - Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

White-lipped Tree Frog NEW
Litoria infrafrenata

Size: 6-13.5 cm. The White-lipped Tree Frog is the world's largest tree frog (equal winner with the Cuban Tree Frog).

Not in Sydney or the Blue Mountains

White-lipped Tree Frog - Litoria infrafrenata - Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

Magnificent Tree Frog NEW
Litoria splendida

Size: 8-13 cm

Not in Sydney or the Blue Mountains

Magnificent Tree Frog - Litoria splendida - Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

Cane Toad NEW
Rhinella marina

Size: 8-25 cm

Introduced

Not in Sydney or the Blue Mountains

Cane Toad - Rhinella marina - Australian Frogs - Frogs of Australia

See Also

Australian Mammals
Australian Fish
Australian Spiders and their Faces
Australian Birds
Australian Reptiles

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