QSwharfth.jpg (4017 bytes)Manly Quarantine Station

Reptiles at the Quarantine Station

Aboriginal
Heritage

History
Immigration

Buildings
in 1999

Carvings
on site

Residents
in the past

Natural
Environment
Conservation
Plan
Bushland

Harbour foreshores

Endangered Species

Birds

Reptiles

Animals

Reptiles

There are many kinds of lizards, skinks and snakes living in the bushland at the Manly Quarantine Station.

During the Open Day on June 6th National Parks and Wildlife staff members demonstrated various lizards and snakes to members of the public and allowed people to handle some of them.

 

 

The photo shows children holding a snake assisted  by
National Parks and Wildlife Service staff member and
photographed by J. Bennett
during the Open Day 6th June, 1999

QSstaff.jpg (21763 bytes)

Click to see aspects of the Natural Environment of Manly Quarantine Station which are grouped as follows:-

Bushland

Harbour foreshores

Endangered Species

Birds

Reptiles

Animals
This page was created 2nd June, 1999, by Judith Bennett,  Friends of Quarantine Station,
and was last modified 20th January, 2007.