Sign Spotting

When travelling through Australia, there are some ripper signs. These are just a few that we've come across in our travels. Watch out for deer, bush pixies, Tasmanian Devils, Crocs, Penguins, Turtles, Lyrebirds and even Platypus crossings!

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We're always on the lookout for great quality, unusual signs.
If you've got a great photo of an unusual Aussie sign - send it in to be included in this gallery.
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Mallee Fowl area - Victoria. Photo by The Land Down Under
Watch out for wombats - it takes too long to make new ones. Photo by Penny Smith
Watch out for Wombats - they want to get home safely too - Wollombi NSW - Photo by Penny Smith
Watch Out for Turtles - Winton NSW - Ros Plunkett
Be Cass-o-wary in Far North Queensland - great photo by David White
Quenda - Southern Brown Bandicoot Sign - Perth Hills WA. Photo by Sean Van Alphen
Lighting Ridge Population - who knows? Photo by Penny Smith
Koalas Road Sign - photo by Penny Smith
Watch Out for Koalas Road Sign - photo by Penny Smith
Brolgas Crossing Sign - photo by Penny Smith
Bilby Sign - photo by Penny Smith
Caution Teddies Crossing in the outback of Queensland. Photo by Penny Smith
No End To Roadwork - have to agree to this. Photo by Penny Smith
Golfers...........errr...........over the road at Peterborough Victoria. Well that's cheeky. Photo by Penny Smith
Angle Parking, any angle with do at the Daly Waters Pub in the Northern Territory. Photo by Penny Smith
Australias most remote traffic lights. Photo by Penny Smith
Ladies Toilet, longdrop, dunny, the thunderbox and all its other Aussie names. Photo by Penny Smith
A speed bump who loves their job of slowing vehicles for Cassowaries - photo by Penny Smith at Cape Tribulation QLD
Watch out for tree kangaroos in far north Queensland - photo by Penny Smith
Crikey - look out for wildlife even elephants in the NSW bush - photo by Penny Smith
Watch out for flying horses in the outback. Photographed by Penny Smith - Menindee NSW
Drop Bears with serious attitude warning sign - photo by Penny Smith
Giant kangaroos for the next 3 kilometres - photo by Penny Smith
Robber Crab Road Sign - by Linda Cash - Christmas Island
Kangaroos and Wombats Ahead - by Jacqueline Graf
Crocodile Awareness at Port Douglas Golf Course - by Jacqueline Graf
Marine Stingers - by Jacqueline Graf
Casswary Country Before and After - by Jacqueline Graf
Cassowary Crossing Country - by Jacqueline Graf
180 kms of Kangaroo Country - by Jacqueline Graf
Kangaroos, Wombats and Lyrebirds - by Jacqueline Graf
Watch our for wildlife in the wide open spaces of Australia
Koala Crossing - The Land Down Under - Australia
Watch out for Lizards - Uluru - Northern Territory
Camel, Kangaroo and Wombat Sign - South Australia
A welcome sign when you are doing a road trip across southern Australia - South Australia
Watch out for Echidnas - they don't have the speed your car does - Tasmania
Harder to see by day - but you may hear them at night - Victoria
Great eye catching sign in the outback - Central Australia
Watch for Penguins in the area - Kangaroo Island
Watch for Camels - they're bigger than you! - Central Australia
Watch out for deer - This sign in on the outskirts of Syndey! - New South Wales
Watch for Wombats in the area from Dusk to Dawn - Victoria
Bush Pixie crossing - really! - High country of Victoria
Trains on roads instead of rails - give these guys room! - Northern Territory
A welcome sign for those who are now internet dependent - Northern Territory
Beware Wandering Stock - No Fences - these guys mean it! - Northern Territory
Animal, Croc and Safety for You - Northern Territory
Extreme Danger Sign - get the hint? - Northern Territory
Watch for Crocs next 5km - Northern Territory
Crocodiles inhabit these waters - Northern Territory
Fire Warning - We like our lizards frilled not grilled - Northern Territory
Watch for Turtles and other wildlife - Fogg Dam - Northern Territory
Box Jellyfish warning signs - take notice - Northern Territory
It's not only the wildlife that gets hurt - Tasmania
Tasmanian Devils - endangered - please take extreme care - Tasmania
Drive on Left in Australia - Victoria
Beware: Dust & Corrugations - when they put up a sign for it, they mean it! - Northern Territory
Potoroo Caution Sign - Tasmania
Wildlife Crossing - keep an eye out for more than the roos - Victoria
Platypus Crossing - yep, watch out for Platypus crossing the roads - Tasmania
Look out for Possums
Little Penguins Ahead
Wildlife Puncture Area: Echidnas
Ducks Ahead - slow down, those tiny legs of ducklings don't go that fast - Victoria
Warning: Feral Bees - these bees are bad tempered - keep your distance. - Victoria


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