Mt Best - Australia   

  Solar House Tour
   Energy efficiency
   Power station
   Solar heating
   Floor insulation
   Solar hot water
   Worm farm
   Chest fridge
   Bubble glazing
   3phase pumping
   Vegie Garden
   80% efficient stove
   Tips for your home

  Fern tree gullies
  Grow rainforest?
    Our rainforest
    Extending forest
    Tree nursery
    Direct seeding
    Planting on slopes
    Bristol 25 tractor
  Guitar concerts

  Best guitar tuning

  Guitar optimization

  Guitar music

House in a forest
  Night Life
  Ocean views
  Sunrise & sunset
    Wild koalas
    Redback spiders




Rosella. Many birds live here: from small parrots to eagles - the largest flying birds in Australia.


Wallaby is a marsupial, looks like a kangaroo, but is smaller. Wallabies are nocturnal animals, blend with the environment very well and are very difficult to photograph in the wild.

At sunset this wallaby has wandered inside our vegie garden fence at Mt Best and we were able to take its photo from one of our balconies. Plants in our garden must be palatable, because this wallaby is having a snack...

Wombat is a marsupial - just like koala and kangaroo. Its female has a pouch to carry a baby. This wombat explores our satellite dish.

This is most likely an alpine copperhead snake, because of its whitish belly. If it is a copperhead, its venom is as toxic as cobra venom. Other snakes that live here are much more venomous: tiger snakes - 4 times and brown snakes 12 times. Brown snakes that live here are second most venomous snake species in the world. Photo taken fom a distance of about 1 metre at Mt Best, the snake native habitat.