I walked out of the edge of the bush at the Botanical Gardens - Cranbourne yesterday and came face to face with a Red-necked, (I think), Wallaby. It sat still for a shot or two then headed back into cover.
Just to the side of the macropod was a sign ...
I managed to spend a very enjoyable couple of hours wandering about 5% of the tracks and trails of the bush section in the gardens. In that short time I scored 20+ bird species and saw some wonderful examples of heathland, grassland, wetland and of course bush.
The very overcast conditions made photography a bit tricky but if the birds were close enough I could manage an acceptable image occasionally.
I was desperate to linger longer but the grandchildren in Frankston were on the agenda so I had to get a move on and catch up with the three minipods! I'm gunna just have to return one day - soon.