The Granite Belt Region is home to a variety of intriguing wildlife. The area's eucalypt forests, sedgelands and heathlands provide habitats for a diverse range of animal and bird species.
More information on specific species of the region can be found by clicking on the menu items at right.
Flowering shrubs attract beetles, butterflies and other insects - food for many birds, reptiles and mammals.
The area is home to permanent populations of over 150 bird species in addition to kangaroos, wallabies, possums & gliders, koalas, quolls, a range of reptiles, frogs and turtles.