Field Notes - This wallaby has been a frequent visitor to the backyard in recent weeks. She has a joey in the pouch which is not visible in this photo.
Old battle-weary male wallaby or kangaroo. Strange colour and facial shape.
Field Notes - at lunch with two other questagamers and these great wildlife
Field Notes - These guys were so tame! You can just see the joey.
Field Notes - scrub wallaby trying to get for out of a discarded paper cup
Single swamp wallaby crossing the road
The swamp wallaby (Wallabia bicolor) is a small macropod marsupial of eastern Australia. This wallaby is also commonly known as the black wallaby, with other names including black-tailed wallaby, fern wallaby, black pademelon, stinker (in Queensland), and black stinker (in New South Wales). The swamp wallaby is the only living member of the genus Wallabia.