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Kangaroo - represents breaking boundaries & moving towards new territory & experiences

Abundant wildlife and nature walks make this a nature lover’s paradise. Walking trails, some with spectacular views over the coast, range from 1 to 5 km long.  To see more great pictures of Australia visit

Cape Hillsborough with the Kangaroos

"You see, no one was ever kind to him. Trouble followed him like a dark cloud. One day, he just hopped away."

No, I did not get this close to a Kangaroo when we were in Australia, so my photos are from pretty far away. This photo taker was brave ~ Kangaroo checking out the camera

Tell Canberra Australia to stop killing Kangaroos  just an excuse so farmers have more food for their livestock

Eastern grey kangaroo with joey. Can you see why their scientific family name means "big foot"? Find out more about kangaroos in That's Wild!

Kangaroo by Jacky Kobelt

Kangaroo Photography by © (Jacky Kobelt). In the last daylight along the road North of Flinders Ranges between Glass Gorge and Parachilna Gorge.

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January 2013 Kangaroos, Australia Photograph by Gordon Fellows, My Shot Mother kangaroo and her joey on the beach at Cape Le Grande, Esperance, Western Australia

Adorable Orphaned Kangaroo Hugs Teddy Bear In Viral Photo. We Can't Make This Stuff Up

An orphaned kangaroo named Doodlebug hugs his teddy bear on the property of wildlife rescuer Gillian Abbott in Grafton, New South Wales, in southeastern Australia.