Here is a listing of our currently available CRESTED Geckos.

Click on the following links or follow the menus to the left - geckos are listed up to 5 per page.


Sexing a Gecko is difficult when they are under a certain weight. Sometimes it's glaringly obvious, other times only further time will be indicative for sure. I do not guarantee the sex of any gecko if it is under 12 grams in weight. However I will give you my best assessment of the sex in the listings. If I mention that it "could" be a male then it is showing "signs" - but sometimes these signs show no fruition when the gecko reaches maturity and it turns out it is a female. The femoral pores darken very significantly on a male when mature - and some females have quite dark albeit faint femoral pores at an early age - hence the confusion that can arise. Cresties can be especially difficult to sex correctly even after 6 months of age - but a general rule that if the crestie is not showing the characteristic lumps by 9 months it's probably almost certainly a female! ;o)


All my geckos were once fed exclusively on Clarks Gecko diet but they were all without exception very fussy with it I then changed exclusively to Repashy (the newest formulae) which they all like. I have noticed in the 4 years I have been breeding Crested Geckos that many factors affect their growth rates. Some people have expressed concern that some of my Cresties are too small for their age.

Here's the thing with a crested gecko - you cannot force feed them - period! They eat at their own pace and they eat what they want and when they want it. This is especially  true if like me you feed them exclusively on powdered foods like Repashy - which I do out of necessity for me. At present I have around 30 Geckos in the house and they all need feeding 3 times a week so powdered food is more economical for me both financially and with regards to time!

I have also noticed that the size of their enclosure DOES have an efect on the growth rates despite what many people believe.

Without exception when I sell a gecko once they are in their new larger permanent home with their new owner who then feeds them both powdered and the occasional live food - they grow quite fast then for their new owners. I theorise it's due to the larger home and the addition of arguably more nutritious "real" food in the form of occasional insects.

So my geckos are not indeed dwarfs - they just grow slowly in their current setup - that said - when my geckos do mature they are big brutes! All my extablished breeders are between 50-75 grams! They just take longer to get there!!




  • Make your selection using the Leopard Gecko Numbers and their names (if provided)
  • Use the email on the Contact page to email us and provide details of all the Geckos you wish to purchase.
  • Do not forget to inform us if you are local and wish to collect in person or if you need a courier. Courier costs vary for same day delivery in adequate shipping containers. Full details are found on the terms page. You are naturally able to arrange the courier yourself if you wish to do so.

At this point you must inform us HOW you wish to pay.

  • You can pay using PayPal.
  • You can pay by depositing the money directly into your local Branch of our bank.
  • You can send a cheque - nothing will be considered final until the cheque is received paid in and cleared.


  • PayPal - we will require your PayPal email address - we will then send you a paypal invoice for the total amount including courier costs.
  • Cash deposit into bank - we will provide details of the bank account for you to make payment.
  • Cheque - the address is on the contact page - you MUST also email us to ensure that the gecko you wish to purchase does not get sold in the interim!

after these steps all communication will be by phone and/or email until your receive your new Geckos.



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