I thought I would put up some photos of our last fauna survey in the south Kimberley, just north of Halls Creek.
A camouflaged Ta-ta Lizard (Amphibolurus gilberti), so called because of a territorial hand waving behaviour. You can often see these guys running around the mining accommodation near well-watered gardens.
Woodland areas in northern Australia are good places to find Frilled Lizards (Chlamydosaurus kingii). Many people have seen what adult Frilled Lizards look like, but these pictures show a juvenile which has a different colour and very small frill on the back of the head.
Not a snake, but a legless lizard, a Delma borea found in areas in northern Australia with a good ground cover of spinifex.