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Note rufous neck showing in photos. Whitish undefined stripe along upper lip.
Widespread and common in sclerophyl forest and coastal scrub of south eastern Australia including Tasmania where it has longer more shaggy fur than on the mainland.
Called Bennett's Wallaby in Tasmania where we saw this one. It was feeding in the brush beside the trail to Wine-glass Bay in Freycinet Park. They will eat seed pods as well as grazing on a wide variety of other plant material.