Take a hop back in time with Wallaby Cliffs! Did you know that
millions of years ago, Australia had its own majestic mountains,
just like the ones in Europe? But time and the elements have slowly
worn them into the jagged cliffs and grassy plains of what we now
call the Flinders Ranges in South Australia.
This diverse terrain with cold winters and warm summers is home
to only the toughest, most well adapted Australian Animals. It
doesn't rain much and food can be scarce, so nimble Yellow-footed
Rock Wallabies use their tails for balance as they scamper along
the escarpments looking for a meal, while Sherman the Southern
Hairy-nosed Wombat ambles around munching grasses and finding
shelter down deep burrows!
Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat: Introducing our girl Meg
Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby: The prettiest of wallabies? We think so