Browse yearly data

Whroo, Victorian Dry Eucalypt SuperSite - 2016

Browse data and listen to the sounds online

Select from the available sensors:

Download datasets

The original WAV recordings and the converted FLAC and MP3 files are available to download via HTTP and WebDAV. To conveniently download yearly or monthly data, please use a WebDAV client to open the URL of each relevant sensor given below.

A SuperSites account is required to proceed with the download. If you do not have one, please request for an account here. If you forget your username or password, please contact

This work is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0 International. The licence allows others copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and derivative works based upon it provided that they credit the original source and any other nominated parties.

By downloading the data, you accept and agree to the terms of the Licence.

Sensor nameFile FormatWebDAV URL

Downloading files via WebDAV

Microsoft Windows and macOS users are recommended to download and install Cyberduck to connect to the WebDAV server. This libre software provides convenient remote file management over the internet, allowing access to FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure, OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox.

Alternatively, use the Operating System's built-in client:

Microsoft Windows

Make sure WebClient service is running before mapping a WebDAV folder. Open Windows Explorer or click Start menu > Computer. Click Map network drive button at the top of the screen, or alternatively open the tools menu with shortcut Alt + T. Enter the WebDAV URL above into the Folder field. Uncheck Reconnect at Logon and check Connect using different credentials. Click Finish and enter your username and password when prompted.


Open the Mac OS X Finder and choose Go > Connect to Server from the main menu. On the “Connect to Server” window enter the WebDAV URL into the Server Address field. Click Connect.


You can access files in Linux operating systems using the standard file browsers such as Nautilus, Dolphin or Thunar. Please consult your specific Linux distribution's documentation for more details. Some examples:

  • Nautilus: choose "Connect to Server" from the main menu and enter the WebDAV URL into the Server Address.
  • Thunar: just enter the WebDAV URL into the location bar.

Use the davs:// prefix to replace the https:// prefix in the WebDAV URL, for example:


You can also use the command line utility wget to download all files in a directory.

  wget --mirror --no-parent webdav_url
  Example: wget --mirror --no-parent