The Jarrah forest near our home has lots of large granite outcrops and these usually have a good supply of geckos and other reptiles, but due to the cool weather you would be lucky to find one under the rock slabs. Most it seems have found deeper cracks and holes to hide in. We went for a walk yesterday and basically found very few animals.
There many not be many geckos to be found in the forest, but our resident backyard colony of Marbled Geckos (Christinus marmoratus) are happy to live out the winter high and dry under the slate slabs on our brick barbecue. I made little homes for them there about two years ago by layering old slate slabs on small sticks.
I took the above photos this morning when the sun came out and this lovely little fellow wanted to get some warmth.
This Marbled Gecko that I found last year had a weird split in his tail, probably from some damage when he was growing up, as his tail looks like an original one. Maybe he's still in the garden somewhere, sure can't mistake him if I see him!