Eastern Banjo Frog, also known as Pobblebonk or Four-bob Frog, is a common and widespread burrowing frog may often be found in large numbers at night, particularly after rain. Adult length: 50-85mm.
Current conservation status: Common, possibly declining.
Distribution: Mostly found in northern ACT; widespread below 1200 m.
MapsMount Majura Mount Ainslie Black Mountain Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Gungaderra Grasslands Gigerline Nature Reserve Gossan Hill Jerrabomberra Wetlands Central Molonglo Namadgi National Park The Pinnacle Uriarra Recreation Reserve Woodstock Nature Reserve Swamp Creek Bullen Range Callum Brae Rob Roy Range Aranda Bushland Mount Taylor Farrer Ridge Wanniassa Hill Dunlop Grasslands Jerrabomberra Grassland Lower Molonglo Urambi Hills Percival Hill Mulligans Flat Stony Creek Cotter Reserve Point Hut to Tharwa Molonglo Gorge Lower Cotter Catchment Australian National University Yarramundi Grassland Molonglo River Park Conder Ponds & stormwater drain Point Hut Pond Stranger Pond Isabella Pond Lake Tuggeranong Bruce Ponds Lake Ginninderra Gungahlin Pond West Belconnen Pond ANBG Fadden Hills Pond Commonwealth & Kings Parks Dickson Wetland Tuggeranong Pines Umbagong District Park Coombs Ponds National Arboretum Forests Illilanga & Baroona Coornartha Nature Reserve Dangelong Nature Reserve Googong Foreshore Kowen Escarpment Gang Gang at Yass River Jarramlee Pond Bendora Reservoir Googong Reservoir University of Canberra
PlacesPaddys River, ACT Banks, ACT Tralee, NSW Gordon, ACT Googong, NSW Kowen, ACT Gundaroo, NSW Michelago, NSW Latham, ACT Macgregor, ACT Oallen, NSW Kambah, ACT Karabar, NSW Fadden, ACT Yarrow, NSW Sutton, NSW Ngunnawal, ACT Wamboin, NSW Hume, ACT Mount Clear, ACT Burra, NSW Flynn, ACT Evatt, ACT Greenleigh, NSW Monash, ACT Dunlop, ACT Lake George, NSW Molonglo Valley, ACT Urila, NSW
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