He wasn't worried, he just wants to find a nice big nest of termites.
A Western Spotted Frog (Heleioporus albopunctatus) found on a track when we went spotlighting. Dryandra's a great place as there are so many tracks to go on at night without getting lost.
Congelin Dam is a good spot at Dryandra to hear the 'woop, woop' of Western Spotted Frogs calling on a autumn night, as well as being a great spot for birdwatching.
After looking under lots of rocks, logs and old tin we found a Gould's Snake (Parasuta gouldii). A fairly common small snake found in the Southwest of Western Australia. It is venomous but would probably only make you sick.
A regular visitor to the bird bath at the Dryandra cabins is this Carpet Python (Morelia spilota). From the feather and that bulge in his belly, I would say he just had breakfast, probably one of the many Ringneck parrots that come to the bird bath.