Kangaroos are a tourist attraction of their own in Australia with many visitors to the land down under making 'see a kangaroo' one of their must see activities whilst on vacation. But it's not just those on holiday who enjoy seeing these beautiful bouncy creatures; they've got fans a plenty in the form of locals that enjoy seeing them roaming free in the wild.
Where have you found where there are kangaroos aplenty? Do you have a place local to you where you can view kangaroos in all their jumpy glory?
We always take visitors to Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, in Padbury to view kanagaroos. Visitors are amazed that there are so many kangaroos just lazing about or eating the grass and flowers between the memorial plaques. Easy photos can be taken, as the kanagaroos don't mind people as long as you don't get too close - after all they are still wild animals.
Agree with Pinnaroo Memorial; a great spot to get up close to the kangaroos. Additionally, any golf course seems to attract kangaroos and in their numbers. Try The Vines Golf Course, in Swan Valley or Joondalup Golf Course. Around dawn and twilight you'll also see lots of active kangaroos in the ferns near the lake at Yanchep National Park.
Herrison Island in Perth, not the island where the indeginous squatters are squtting but the island facing off from South Perth.They are lovelly and the City of Perth ranger comes around to check on them .Highly recommened.