This species was pretty common at Freycinet in Tasmania - as you can see from the ground underfoot, and the background BBQ, this was an animal that was used to human contact.
In fact it looked positively disappointed when I only talked to it over breakfast, rather than offer it some toast!
I think the individual was pretty much part of the house we rented! Most evenings we went for a bit of a drive or a wander looking for wildlife - the drives were more successful and much dryer! You can just about tell from the second picture that it had only just stopped raining.
You can find more animals from around the world at Saturday Critters (although you will to wait once more, until it actually is Saturday!) SM