Do you have very dangerous ones in Australia?
Well at the top of the list we have the Inland Taipan, which is rated as the world's deadliest, and then the Coastal Taipan, which is third on the world list after the cobra. Then there's all the rest of them, so that'd be a yes.
However, they're only dangerous if they bite you and you're not their natural prey. They only bite humans if they feel said humans are threatening them in some way.
My younger sister and Quod's future lover was bitten by the same snake twice. No one taught her how to respect their space, or when to give up on trying to nab a snake.
Rule #1: leave the buggers alone. It works.
Devious, treacherous, murderous, neanderthal, sub-human of the West.