The Bleating Tree Frog lives in forest,
woodland, swamps, and heath. However, it is often found in peoples gardens,
especially in drainpipes, where it is nice and damp. It ranges from southern
Queensland to southern New South Wales, mostly on the east coast.
Breeding season is spring and summer. This tree frog has a very strange call,
sounding like a sheep or a goat, but higher-pitched, and very loud - almost
painful. After the eggs are fertilized, they sink. Females can breed when they
are two years old.