The White-lipped Tree Frog (Nyctimystes infrafrenatus) is a the world's largest tree frog and is found in the wet tropics of eastern Indonesia, New Guinea and Queensland, Australia.
It reaches 11–14 cm in length.
The lower lip has a distinctive white stripe (giving this species its name), which continues to the shoulder.
The white stripes on the trailing edges of the lower leg may turn pink in the breeding male (clearly visible on the last photo).
I found several individuals during a night walk on the Lodge grounds.
Kingfisher Park Birdwatchers Lodge, Queensland, Australia, 30 October 2022