Due to a lack of eyelids, geckos use their tongues like windscreen wipers to keep their eyes clean. The red dots around the eye of this southern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius swaini) are red mites and are harmless in small numbers.
David explores Lamington National Park, spotting plenty of exciting wildlife
The moss-covered splendour of Chalahn Falls is worth the trek through lush rainforest
This rainforest area is just a short distance from the heart of the Gold Coast
The most Australian yabbies you’ve ever seen in one place…