Here are some more reptiles, but I think you won't mind these as much as the snakes! I've only put the most common types in - the ones you would see without even looking for them, otherwise I'd be here for a week doing this post, there are so many. Hope you enjoy them
Asian House Gecko. These are not native, but they eat cockroach eggs and they are rather cute. They're the only gecko that makes a noise, which is "chuck, chuck, chuck". I have a couple inside at the moment whom I have named Einstein and Newton.
This one is also a house gecko - a native and doesn't make any noise. Again, we have them inside and welcome them because they eat mosquitoes.
Frilled Lizard. These aren't common here, mostly in the tropics, but they are found in Greenbank, where I live. However, that is the southern-most they are seen.
Eastern Water Dragon. As their name implies, they are found around water - lakes, ponds, rivers. In Mt Coot-tha botanical gardens, there is an enormous number of these animals. To see this amount of dragons brings to mind a mini-Jurassic park!
Bearded dragon. These are pretty common in gardens and can be seen sunning themselves on tree trunks or fence/gate posts.
Lace Monitor (goanna). Australia's largest lizard. These things can get very large. They scavenge around picnic areas and rubbish receptacles and they are very fast. If one comes towards you, you hit the ground, because they race for the nearest tall thing if they are alarmed, be it a person or a tree! The reason for this precaution is that they have very long, sharp claws for climbing.
Grass Skink. Also very common.
Martin's Skink. Very pretty skink which can also come inside, but is found in the garden.