This little fellow is one of a pair spotted near the creek at Lorikeet Street Reserve in Bundamba, Ipswich. Eastern Dwarf tree frogs (Litoria fallax) are tiny, only 2- 3cm long when fully grown, and very well camouflaged, making them tricky to spot. They are common and can be found along the East coast of Australia from Cairns down to Ulladulla in New South Wales.
Beautiful pic. It is great to see frogs survivng so close to civilisation. All the tree frogs which used to cling to my flyscreens during wet weather 38 years ago have disappeared. What are we doing to our environment?