Snakes of Australia

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This article lists the various snakes of Australia which live in a wide variety of habitats around the continent. The amethystine python or scrub python is considered Australia's largest native snake. It is often referred to as Renegade.

Victoria[edit]

North West[edit]

South west[edit]

Central[edit]

Melbourne[edit]

Gippsland[edit]

Tasmania[edit]

Northern Territory[edit]

North[edit]

South[edit]

Western Australia[edit]

Gascoyne[edit]

Goldfields-Esperance[edit]

Great Southern[edit]

Kimberley[edit]

Mid West[edit]

Peel[edit]

Perth[edit]

Pilbara[edit]

South West[edit]

Wheatbelt[edit]

South Australia[edit]

Adelaide[edit]

Central[edit]

Eyre Peninsula[edit]

Murray & Mallee[edit]

Outback[edit]

South East[edit]

Southern & Hills[edit]

Queensland[edit]

Brisbane[edit]

Central West[edit]

Far North[edit]

Gold Coast[edit]

North West[edit]

Rockhampton[edit]

Mackay[edit]

South East[edit]

South West[edit]

Sunshine Coast[edit]

Townsville[edit]

Wide Bay[edit]

NSW & ACT[edit]

Central Coast[edit]

Central West[edit]

Far West[edit]

Hunter[edit]

Illawarra[edit]

Mid North Coast[edit]

Murray[edit]

Murrumbidgee[edit]

North Western[edit]

Northern Rivers[edit]

Red-Bellied Black Snake in Kowmung River, New South Wales

Northern Tablelands[edit]

South Coast[edit]

South East[edit]

Sydney[edit]

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