Welcome to our Reptiles, Amphibians, Insects and Spider section
"Please note: IN NEW SOUTH WALES STORES MUST BE LICENCED TO SELL REPTILES. KREMPIN'S NURSERY & AQUARIUM IS NOT LICENCED, HOWEVER WE STOCK A WIDE RANGE OF REPLTILE SUPPLIES. ANY REPTILE PHOTOS DISPLAYED ON OUR WEBSITE ARE FOR INFORMATION AND ASTHETIC PURPOSES ONLY - THANK YOU".
Everything you will ever need for your terrarium is here at Krempin's Nursery & Aquarium, located close to Newcastle NSW Auatralia.
The terrarium and vivarium are the ideal reptile or amphibian housing. Our terrariums and vivariums come with or without cabinets and are suitable for many varieties of snakes, lizards, tortoises, terrapins, amphibians, spiders, stick insects and other invertebrates.
Some examples of exotic pets:
- Bird Eating Spiders
- Blue Tongued Lizards
- Central Breaded Dragons
- Common Longneck Tortoises
- Desert Scorpions
- Eastern Water Dragons
- Green Tree Frogs
- Lace Monitors
- Shingle Back Lizards
- Southern Brown Tree Frogs
We stock a wide range of products for all your herpetology needs. We have all different shapes and sizes of food and water bowls for reptiles including vibrating feeding dishes for those that like their food moving. We always keep a large range of live food from crickets to worms.
For those of you who are new to herpetology we have in stock a wide range of informative books to give you the confidence to keep these exotic pets.
September's 'Reptile Spot'
Written by Nathan @ Krempins
The Woma python is ever increasing in popularity due to its docile nature (when not feeding) and its beautiful colours and markings.
The Woma comes from a semi arid location and is a terrestrial python so they really don't need allot to climb on, you want to keep their heat spot on 28-36 degrees, the best way to do this is with a heat mat or heat cord, heat rocks are not an ideal choice for snakes, they are more active at night and spend allot of their time during the day down a rabbit hole or similar. Its best to provide them with two hides one above the heat source and one at the opposite end of the enclosure so they can thermoregulate themselves.
Woma's are a very good eater so be cautious when opening the cage not to get a feeding bite. Other than that they have a very pleasant nature and once out of there enclosure are very calm.
The Woma can reach an adult length of around 1.5m. Once they are mature they will consume a medium sized adult rat once a week, be carful not to over feed your Woma.
If anyone is interested in the Woma python please contact us here at Krempins and we can put you in contact with a registered Woma Breeder.
As with all reptiles you can never do enough research on your chosen snake before you make your purchase. Always make sure that you are prepared to house this animal as it grows as they wont stay tiny for long.....
Any questions? send an email to Nathan at email@example.com