Description Freycinet's Frog is usually brown with variable pattern of large lighter or darker patches or raised dots. There is usually a triangular patch on the snout and another larger triangle shape behind the eyes. The upper part of the iris is rust red. It has a white bar from in front of the eye to the arm. The bottom lip is marbled black and white. The underside is white.
Other Names Wallum Rocket Frog
Habitat sandstone heaths and paperbark swamps (Wallum swamps)
Breeding Breeds in swamps, creeks, streamside pools, or temporary puddles
Range Freycinet's Frog is found in coastal areas from Fraser Island, Queensland, to Jervis Bay in New South Wales.
Conservation Status The conservation status in the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals is "vulnerable".