This Australian endemic occurs along the eastern Coast of Australia from southeastern Queensland to southern New South Wales. The extent of occurrence of the species is approximately 73,000 km
Habitat and Ecology
The species occurs in a wide range of habitats: Melaleuca woodland, upland, and lowland wet sclerophyll forest. It is often found in trees and other vegetation overhanging permanent ponds. It is a spring breeder. Males call from vegetation surrounding still water where spawn is deposited and tadpoles develop. It breeds in permanent and semi-permanent water. It also occurs in pasture lands.
More information is needed.
Loss of habitat in southeastern Queensland is a major threat.
The range of the species includes several protected areas.
Jean-Marc Hero, John Clarke, Ed Meyer 2015. Litoria tyleri. In: IUCN 2014