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The spectacular and unique Blue Mountains region, as well as encompassing a wilderness that sits inside the UNESCO World Heritage Area, it is also home for many people, with urban dwellings and villages. Of course the Blue Mountains is home to a variety of fauna species, from mammals (some introduced species), reptiles, birds, arachnids and insects, just to name a few.

Check out some of the creatures that have been seen in the Blue Mountains region.

Paropsis porosa, Blue Mountains NSW © Eamonn Culhane
Paropsis porosa, Blue Mountains NSW © Eamonn Culhane
Young Diamond Python, Blue Mountains © Katrina Leel
Young Diamond Python, Blue Mountains © Katrina Leel
Bearded Dragon, Blue Mountains © Katrina Leel
Trapdoor Spider (genus Arbanitis), Blue Mountains NSW © Katrina Leel
Trapdoor Spider (genus Arbanitis), Blue Mountains NSW © Katrina Leel

Check back with us as we expand our Blue Mountains fauna section. We always welcome contribution to this section and any images accepted will show your name as the copyright holder. You can get in touch with us either through the Contact Us on this website, or via our Facebook and Messenger page.

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Footnote & References

  1. The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah, https://www.bluemountainsbotanicgarden.com.au/

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