Red-necked Wallaby

Macropus refogriseus

NATURAL HABITAT
Red-necked wallabies live in forests and grassy areas in Australia and Tasmania.

DIET
IN THE WILD – Grasses, leaves and brush
IN THE ZOO – Specially formulated biscuits

FASCINATING FACTS

  • Young wallabies stay in mother's pouch for about 280 days
  • Can jump 6-9 feet
  • Compared to other wallabies, they have thick fur
  • Mostly solitary
  • Visitors in 2017
    Visitors in 2017

    240,000

  • CAMPERS IN 2017
    CAMPERS IN 2017

    3000

  • CREATURES CARED FOR
    CREATURES CARED FOR

    400