Description The Bleating Tree Frog is brown above with lighter irregular bands on each side from the eye down the body. It has a dark stripe from the snout, through the eye and onto the ear. The underside is light cream (sometimes yellow in breeding males). The iris is reddish brown. Males become yellowish during the breeding season. The Bleating Tree Frog makes a loud, high pitched call.
Other Names Keferstein's Tree Frog
Habitat coastal lagoons, ponds and swamps, in heathland, eucalypt forest, farmland.
Range The Bleating Tree Frog is found in coastal eastern Australia, from south-eastern Queensland, to southern New South Wales.