The largest of the wallabies, the yellow-footed rock wallaby also has the most colourful markings. Its tail is ringed brown and yellow, its paws are yellow, and its back is covered in soft grey fur.
The Australian Reptile Park is excited to announce their newest encounter, an up close and personal experience with an endangered species – Goodfellow's tree kangaroos, Kimbe and Banjo.
New South Wales has begun heating up which has created the perfect environment for snakes to begin emerging from the hibernation they undertook throughout the cooler months.
Elsa the koala's first little sister popped out of the pouch to say hello! Both born to Mum Irene, it was fitting that Elsa’s little sister was to be named after Frozen's Disney Princess – Anna!
Perhaps the cutest (and most famous) koala joey on the planet, “Elsa” celebrated her first ever Valentine’s Day this morning. The koala joey was showered in love and received kisses and cuddles from staff all day.
In true-blue Aussie fashion, the Australian Reptile Park’s resident yellow-footed rock-wallaby joey was caught on camera taking her first ever hops – and just in time for Australia Day!