Lizards and Skinks

Here at Gully reptile Centa we pride ourselves in having a huge range of Australian Pythons, Lizards, Frogs, Turtles, Scorpions and Spiders. We breed a large amount of our reptiles in house allowing us to offer fantastic prices to our customers. When we do outsource, we only use quality breeders. In fact, we purchase from some of the most well known and respected breeders in Australia.
Come in and see for yourself why Gully Reptile Centa is Adelaides premier reptile destination.

Inland bearded dragons are 13 to 24 inches (33 to 61 cm) long, including the tail. They are appropriately named bearded dragons because of their beard, an expandable dewlap with spiky scales.
Price:
$60  (red's $80)
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
 in stock
Often referred to as miniature bearded dragons, the Rankins or Lawson's dragon is actually a separate species, Pogona Henrylawsoni, and is named after the Australian author, Henry Lawson.
Price:
$95
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
 in stock
Few reptiles have the same appeal as the knob-tailed gecko. The large beautifully patterned eyes and the face displaying a permanent smile all contribute to the character of this little lizard.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
l
Stock:
 in stock
A small dragon of the arid areas of the south of Australia, measuring just 7 cm from snout to vent with a long, thin tail. The males and females are different with the female having more white markings than the male.
Price:
$150
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
 in stock

Peninsula (Arcoona Rock) Dragons are found on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula and some offshore islands, these small, sun-loving dragons feed on virtually any insects they can catch, including ants.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
One of Australia’s most spectacular lizards. The Crested Dragon attains almost 40 centimetres total length and inhabits semi-arid eucalypt woodlands in the southwest.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
Largest member of C. reticulatus group, bearing low nuchal crest. Ground colour pale yellowish brown (often flushed with pale orange on head), marked over head and body with brown, reddish brown to grey reticulum
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
The frilled-neck lizard, also known as the frilled lizard or frilled dragon, is a type of lizard that is found mainly in northern Australia and southern New Guinea. This species is the only member of the genus Chlamydosaurus.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
The bulkiest of the blue-tongues, the Shingleback Lizard are common on the plains west of the Great Dividing Range where rainfall is low and throughout the semi-arid habitats of inland Australia
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
The western blue-tongued lizard, Tiliqua occipitalis, is a large skink native to Australia. It is one of six species of blue-tongued lizards found in Australia, though further species are found in New Guinea and Indonesia.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
Pale grey to dark brown with dark patches along the middle of the back. The dark patches are interrupted by pale blotches that often blend together to form a continuous stripe from above the arm to the groin.
Price:
$ 0
Size:
Yearling
Stock:
0 in stock
The Australian water dragon, which includes the eastern water dragon and the Gippsland water dragon subspecies, is an arboreal agamid species native to eastern Australia from Victoria northwards to Queensland
Price:
$70
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
 in stock
Gippsland Water Dragon lacks a dark stripe from ear to eye. The male has an olive-grey chest, and is distinguished with a colourful throat that is blotched or striped with various colours; orange, blue and yellow.
Price:
$85
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
 in stock
Ranging from a mossy greenish-grey to mid-brown in colour, they are characterized by a raised flap of skin adorned with spines on the neck which merges into a row of smaller spines along the middle of the back.
Price:
$220
Size:
hatchling
Stock:
3 in stock