Monitors

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.

Gould's monitor is a ground-dwelling reptile that excavates large burrows for shelter. Rock escarpments and tree hollows are also suitable dwellings. It inhabits a vast range throughout Australia.
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Yearling
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Mertens’ water monitor is a member of the monitor lizard family found in northern Australia, and is a wide-ranging, active foraging, opportunistic predator of aquatic and riparian habitats.
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Yearling
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Rosenberg's monitor lizard is endemic to Australia, where it can be found in southern regions within the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, and Western Australia.
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Yearling
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The ridge-tailed monitor can attain a total length of up to 70 cm. The tail is about 1.3-2.3 times longer than head and body. The upper side is a rich, dark brown and painted with bright-yellowish to cream spots.
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Yearling
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These lizards were said to warn of the presence of crocodiles, and became known in English as monitors. In Australia, they are typically called goannas. Found in Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia.
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Yearling
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Spencer's goanna or Spencer's monitor is a species of monitor lizards native to the Barkly region in central Queensland/Northern Territory, Australia. They can grow to a total length of up to 120 cm.
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$795
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hatchling
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