Yep mudpie, but only in a breeding place for them. They are REALLY shy in the wild, its pretty unlikely that you can see them in the wild. I'll have to try and find a photo from when I had a tour through their breeding place in Tasmania. They are gorgeous little critters :)
LOL, those certainly are some gorgeous pictures. You truly have some amazing country over there but I am like others, my fear of snakes and sharks and those big-ass spiders ya'll have (all of which are poisonous) make me think that I will be happy with just my rattlers and black widows LOL.
As for the heat, ya'll can keep it, it will be back up in triple digits here soon enough and I can't really complain about an average temp of 55*F for the month of January.
I have to say that the sharks, blue bottle jellyfish, poisonous octopus, spiders and ticks and lizards and snakes , make me think that you must have to constantly watch where you sit, walk, sleep, swim.
We have NO poisonous critters here, at all. Just bears, cougars and an occasional coyote, but they stay to themselves.
Anyway, weren't you complaining about how hot it was, Kayty, like just a few weeks ago?
It's just around -2c here right now. NOt bad.