Unadorned Rock Wallaby
The more common and widespread Rock Wallaby in this region. Scattered
colonies in coastal ranges from south of Rockhampton to Home Hill, also
Whitsunday Island. Shelter by day in rock piles and caves. Also climb sloping
trees. Feed on green vegetation, especially forbs and low shrubs.
A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia by Menkhorst & Knight
|Family:||Macropodidae (Kangaroos & Wallabies)|
|Information sources:||Photo taken at Mt Pleasant Station by Garlone Moulin|