These we saw were feeding-grounds for kangaroos and wallabies.
Wallabies may be seen leaping from rock to rock and peering out from the crevices.
Several kangaroos or wallabies, the largest of which weighed forty pounds, were killed during our stay at Cape York.
We understood them to say the most of the people were away on the plains hunting for wallabies.
The wallabies had trimmed them pretty well, but we knew what they were.
First to get off the line were the wallabies and the kangaroo.
During the day Paul and Harry shot several birds and pigeons, three ducks and a couple of wallabies.
There can, indeed, be little to tempt them to wander thither; for there are neither kangaroos nor wallabies, and but few birds.
Several smaller forms of the same general appearance are known as wallabies, and are common everywhere.
Crowds of animals, kangaroos and wallabies principally, were congregated at the muddy margins to drink at the fast-failing supply.