Sleepy looking Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies sitting in the mossy grass with tall dark green grass and tree behind them.

Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby activities

Foster your child’s love of wildlife through connection with the wonders of their natural world.

Learn about the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby through story telling, craft and play.

Story time

Our feature story this term is Shadow the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.

Shadow the Rock-wallaby has come out of her den to play. Join Shadow on her adventures through the bushland.

You can make your own Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby costume and jump around like Shadow. Use the instructions or watch the video below to learn how. 

Nature play

Learn more about your local wild areas through playing in nature. You can also enjoy nature play at Melbourne Zoo. 

Have a go at this this nature play search. What did you find?


Create your own Rock Wallaby craft using sustainable materials. Follow the instructions here or watch the video to learn how.