Swamp Wallabies seem less picky than their name implies.
Seen grazing to the side of the road.
Foraging in shrubs at the very tip of Cape Bridgewater, early morning on New Year's Day!
Seen while camping
Terrible photos - apart from Eastern Grey Kangaroo, the only large macropod in the area.
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.