The Wallaby noticed the photographer long before he saw it. This macropod feeds on grasses and green plants and can be spotted in coastal areas of Australia.
Enquire at the Bermagui Visitors Information Centre for information on the many national parks, activities, walking tracks, camping and picnic areas, lakes, unique flora and wildlife, including Aboriginal cultural significant sites here and throughout the Sapphire Coast. Bermagui Community Centre, located on Bunga St, Bermagui. Phone +061 2 6493 3054.
These cute animals have their own website. More Information about Rock Wallabies see the www.rockwallaby.org.au.
The South Coast National Parks have numerous places for fun filled discovery. Mimosa National Park has charming isolated beaches and beautiful waterways and lakes.
Saphhire Coast ocean side resorts set in stunning locations, hotels, bed & breakfasts, caravan parks, serviced apartments, homesteads and beach home holiday lettings - just some of the options available for accommodation.
Main Photo: Closeup of the Rock Wallaby.
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