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Wallaby Walkabout is situated within Familiar Friends and enables you to get really close to our wallabies. Enjoy walking around this Australian themed exhibit!

It currently houses a number of male Bennett’s wallabies, which are also known as the red-necked wallaby, because of the red-tinted fur on the back of its neck and shoulders.

Our wallabies are very friendly, often stopping to sunbathe on the paths and inspect any passing visitors!


Animals in Wallaby Walkabout

Bennett’s Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus)
Mammals

Bennett’s Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus)

Wallaby Walkabout

Area:
Coastal forests of eastern and southeastern Australia, common in Queensland, northeastern New South Wales and Tasmania
Status:
Least concern
Quick Fact:

Wallabies are best known for hopping; however, they can also crawl and swim!

Our wallabies are very friendly, often stopping to sunbathe on the paths and inspect any passing visitors!


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