Morelia bredli (Gow, 1981) - Centralian Carpet Python. Separated from others in the genus except carinata by it's distinct bluish-grey eye. M. bredli has less rugose scalation than carinata.
Morelia carinata (Smith, 1981) - Rough-scaled Python, known only from the Kimberley ranges in WA. It is the only Carpet Python with strongly keeled scales.
Morelia cheynei Wells and Wellington, 1983 - Jungle Carpet Python. Known from the Atherton Tableland and nearby areas of North-east Queensland. These snakes rarely exceed two and a half metres. Adults are usually slightly less than two metres. They are often characterised by contrasting yellow and black markings.
Morelia harrisoni Hoser 2000 - Found in New Guinea, including Irian Jaya.
Morelia imbricata (Smith, 1981) - The south-west Australian population of carpet snakes. They are characterised by an imbricate pattern, hence their scientific name.
Morelia macdowelli Wells and Wellington, 1983 - This is the 'Coastal Carpet' from northern NSW and south-east Queensland. This is perhaps the largest of the Carpets with specimens in excess of 3 metres fairly common.
Morelia metcalfei Wells and Wellington, 1985 - The Murray-Darling Carpet. This is a smallish race with an unusually even temperement. Usually distinguishable by it's creamy colouration around the head.
Morelia spilota (Lacepede, 1804) - Diamond Python. Found in coastal NSW south of Port Macquarie and adjacent parts of far north-east Victoria.
Morelia variegata (Gray, 1824) - Top-end Carpet Python. Found from Cape York, Queensland, west to the Kimberley in WA, including the tropical parts of the NT.