Apart from the numerous spots in the wild where you can see kangaroos (for example, Cape Hillsborough is famous for its Roo encounters), there are also a number of zoos and wildlife parks in
Kangaroos are one of Australia’s most famous assets, and Queensland has more than its fair share of these wonderful creatures. In fact, the variety of Queensland kangaroos is simply astounding. Take a look at the list of Kangaroos, Wallabies and other “Macropodidae” (the fancy scientific name for the Kangaroo family) you can see in Queensland…
|Red Kangaroo||Eastern Grey Kangaroo||Western Grey Kangaroo|
|Common Wallaroo||Antilopine Wallaroo||Bennett's Tree-kangaroo|
|Lumholtz's Tree-kangaroo||Agile Wallaby||Black-striped Wallaby|
|Whiptail Wallaby||Red-necked Wallaby||Swamp Wallaby|
|Allied Rock-wallaby||Cape York Rock-wallaby||Godman's Rock-wallaby|
|Herbert's Rock-wallaby||Unadorned Rock-Wallaby||Mareeba Rock-wallaby|
|Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby||Proserpine Rock-wallaby||Purple-necked Rock-wallaby|
|Sharman's Rock-wallaby||Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby||Bridled Nailtail Wallaby|
|Northern Nailtail Wallaby||Red-legged Pademelon||Red-necked Pademelon|
... phew, that's a lot of roos!
There's a tall tale in Queensland that the people of Cow Bay have a... unique postal service. In fact, Roo Mail is the talk of the town. Tell you what... why don't we let Mick and Mandy explain it to you below?