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Green tree pythons (Morelia viridis) From the rainforests of Cape York, these stunning arboreal pythons are one of the most beautiful species around. They are awesome display animals and usually have a good temperament. Grows to around 1.5m and requires high relative humidity (around 70%). Also found in Indonesia & Papua New Guinea. SALE STOCK >>
Woma pythons (Aspidites ramsayi) From the sandy desert country from QLD to WA including NT & SA this python inhabits a large part of Australia. Womas are a hardy snake in captivity and take well to handling. Grows to around 1.8m. SALE STOCK >>
Black headed python (Aspidites melanocephalus) Black Headed Pythons are a terrestrial snake found across the Top End of Australia. They are renowned for being easy to handle from hatching and do well in captivity although hatchlings can be hard to get feeding. Due to their awesome temperament they are my personal favourite python. Grows to 3m+. SALE STOCK >>"
Olive pythons (Liasis olivaceus) includes albinos Found across the top end of Australia, olive pythons grow to be giants, reaching lengths of around 4m. If handled regularly they can grow to be gentle giants. Make sure you have a large enclosure because these guys grow quickly!! SALE STOCK >>
Jungle carpet python (Morelia spilota cheynei) From the Atherton Tablelands region in QLD these semi arboreal pythons are amongst the most stirking pythons you will find. Whether black & white or black & yellow their contrasting colours make them stunning animals.   Grows to around 2m+ SALE STOCK >>
Albino Darwin carpet pythons (Morelia spilota variegata) Albino Darwin carpet pythons are amongst the most stunning snakes you will ever see. They usually handle pretty well and make awesome pets.  Like most carpet pythons they are very hardy in captivity and easy to maintain.  Grows to 3m+. SALE STOCK >>
Central bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) (and Pygmys) Found throughout central Australia bearded dragons grow to around 50cm. They require plenty of heat and a good UVB light source. These dragons have heaps of personality and seem to enjoy human company. A great choice for a first pet lizard. SALE STOCK>>
NT frill necked lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii) Found throughout northern Australia these dragons grow a bit larger than the bearded dragons and love to perch high up on branches.  Like most lizards they will require a good UV light source. SALE STOCK>>
Northern blue tongue lizard / skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) These are a terrestrial lizard once common in the Northern NT. These are a great lizard for beginners as they eat a wide variety of meat and vegies. They are easily handled and are hardy in captivity. They do require UV Lighting. Unfortunately these lizards wild population has been decimated since the arrival of the cane toad in the top end of Australia. SALE STOCK >>
Childrens pythons (Antaresia childreni) These small pythons (up to 1.2m) are common in the Top End. Very hardy pythons with a placid nature, they make a great first pet python. SALE STOCK >>
Brown banded tree snake (Boiga irregularis fusca) These snakes are mildly venomous and may require a venomous licence depending on your state regulations. They are an aboreal snake that requires a high relative humidity.  Captive bred specimens are usually very placid and rarely bite. SALE STOCK >>
Stimson's pythons (Antaresia stimsoni) Found from the WA coast through to mid NSW & QLD. Also known as large Blotched python. Grows to 1m. Good first snake. SALE STOCK >>
Macleays water snake (Pseudoferania polylepis) Aquatic snakes that grow to around 1m maximum. They are mildly venomous and may require a permit to suit. SALE STOCK >>
Northern long neck turtle - (Macrochelodina oblonga)  These aquatic turtle are full of personality and will readily accept food from your hand.  A great choice for a first turtle. SALE STOCK >>
Centralian carpet pythons (Morelia sp. bredli) Found mostly in the southern NT, Bredli are an arboreal python growing up to 3m in length. They do well in captivity and are generally well natured. SALE STOCK >>
Arafura file snake (Acrochordus arafurae) These are aquatic snakes that will grow to around 2m in length.  We recommend these be kept as a display animal only as they stress easily if over handled.   SALE STOCK >>
Yellow faced turtle (Emydura tanybaraga) These beautiful aquatic turtles are found in northern WA, NT and QLD. SALE STOCK >>
Water pythons (Liasis mackloti) Also known as the Rainbow serpent due to their iridescent sheen. Found throughout the top end of Australia and in Papua New Guinea. Grows to around 2.5m. SALE STOCK >>
Spotted pythons (Antaresia maculosa) These are the largest pythons of the Antaresia genus growing to around 1.5m.  They tend to do well in captivity and will tolerate plenty of handling. SALE STOCK >>