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Our team - animals and rangers - have missed you. We're so excited that you'll be back soon. We're working flat out to make sure we're ready for you when you get here.
We have made some changes to keep everyone safe. To help us and each other, please...

1: It will be a huge help if you buy your tickets online before you get here to avoid crowding at reception when you arrive.

2: Phone us on (02) 43751100 if you want us to help you with your ticket purchase.

3: Keep MORE THAN 1 emu length apart. We've got 80 acres so there's lots of space for you to spread out.

4: If you have a cold or you're not well, please postpone your visit. We'll change your ticket date to when you are feeling better.

5: We will have roving rangers around the "animal loop" to answer your questions and keep things clean and sanitised.

6: If you're concerned about anything when you are here, please tell us so that we can deal with it.

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Agile Wallaby ~ Wallabia agilis

Other common name - Sandy Wallaby.

The Agile Wallaby is very common in the northern parts of Australia in the Northern Territory, West Australia and Queensland, as well as in Papua New Guinea.

At Walkabout Park you will meet a small bachelor group of male agile wallabies. They are quite sociable with their own species and will usually be seen together. These animals are usually seen close to the Visitor Centre and are reasonably relaxed around people. They will usually jump away if you try to touch them, but increasingly they are letting visitors who approach them very quietly, to touch them on their tails and backs.

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