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The Wildlife of Go Green Rainforest Nursery


In April 2008 GO GREEN RAINFOREST NURSERY took possession of the current nursery site. It was a run down transport depot devoid of vegetation or wildlife. After clearing the site and constructing the nursery we commenced planting out the block. We have mainly used native species and many are local to this area. Whilst our plantings are only young they are already providing food and shelter to many species of wildlife we have not seen here before. As our plantings mature the number of species who share the nursery site with us will increase.

Keep your eye out and see if you can see any of these species during your visit.




Masked Lapwing Plover

Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo

Laughing Kookaburra


King Parrot



Noisy Miner

Willie Wagtail

Yellow Tail Black Cockatoo

Blue –Faced Honeyeater

Spotted Turtle Dove

Crested Pigeon

Bar Shouldered Dove

Pale Headed Rosella

Rainbow Lorikeet

House Sparrow

Welcome Swallow


Noisy Friarbird

Fig Bird

Lewin’s Honeyeater

White Headed Pigeon

Magpie Lark

Pacific Baza or Crested Hawk

Buff Banded Rail

Little Wattlebird

Red Headed Honeyeater

Double Bar Finch

Grey Goshawk


*Indian Myna


Lace Monitor

Red-Bellied Black Snake

Keel Back Snake

Wall Skink

Yellow Faced Whip Snake

Eastern Brown Snake

Carpet Python

Bandy Bandy


Brown Antechinus

Eastern Grey Kangaroo

Feather Tailed Glider

Brush Tailed Possum


Flying Fox


Northern Brown Bandicoot

Squirrel Glider


Graceful Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog

Red Eyed Tree Frog

Striped Marsh Frog

Scarelt Sided Pobblebonk


Blue Triangle

Common Crow

Golden Palm Dart

Orchard Swallowtail


Native Bees

Stick Insect sp

Praying mantis sp

Dragonfly sp

Intro by Simon Smith                                                                                                                 List compiled with Reilly Smith

Updated 22/12/16