Frogs of the Canberra Region

This page will allow you to listen to several frog sounds. You may also listen to an introduction by Ederic Slater followed by named individual frog calls.

To hear the audio, click the arrow on the right of the bar. Adjust the volume by clicking on the loudspeaker symbol on the left.

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Crinia parinsignifera

Crinia parinsignifera, the Plains Froglet

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Crinia signifera

Crinia signifera, the Common Eastern Froglet

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Limnodynastes dumerilii

Limnodynastes dumerilii, the Eastern Banjo Frog (also known as the Pobblebonk)

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Limnodynastes peronii

Limnodynastes peronii, the Brown-striped Frog

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Limnodynastes tasmaniensis

Limnodynastes tasmaniensis, the Spotted Grass Frog

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Uperoleia laevigata

Uperoleia laevigata, the Smooth Toadlet

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Litoria peronii

Litoria peronii, Peron’s Tree Frog

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The pictures of the frogs are from the Amphibian Research Centre. Picture of Peron’s Tree Frog by Mart Idnurm.

With thanks to Ederic Slater for permission to use the frog calls on this site.

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