Greater northern freetail bat

Chaerephon jobensis C. jobensis is the only representative of the genus in Australia. It has large ears that are joined across the top of the head.

East-coast freetail bat

Mormopterus norfolkensis This species is confined in distribution to the east coast of Australia from southern Queensland down to southern New South Wales.

Northern freetail bat

Mormopterus lumsdenae This thick, robust and muscular bat is the largest species of Mormopterus (based on weight) in Australia.

Eastern freetail bat

Mormopterus ridei The Eastern freetail bat has a rich brown fur on its back with slightly paler belly fur.

Inland freetail bat

Mormopterus petersi This species has a flat head and body and is ranges in size from 45-56mm long (nose to tail).

White-striped freetail bat

Austronomus australis The white-striped free-tail bat was once thought to belong to the world-wide genus Tadarida. It is now the only species of Austronomus and is restricted to Australia.