RooTourism and the Kangaroo Trail
Rootourism is a wildlife tourism services and information provider.
Our key product is The Kangaroo Trail Map and associated web site. We take visitors on an unparalleled journey of discovery across this vast Australian continent and its’ off shore islands.
Choose to see the rare Black Wallaroo in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory; the enchanting Woylie in Dryandra Woodland, Western Australia; the colourful Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia; the sleek Whiptail Wallaby in Washpool National Park, New South Wales; the elusive Bennett’s Tree Kangaroo in Cedar Bay National Park, Queensland; the truffle-hunting Long-nosed Potoroo on French Island and the panther-tailed Swamp Wallaby in Mornington Peninsula National Park, Victoria.
Our icons are the mighty Red Kangaroo of the Outback where the largest race is found in Sturt National Park, New South Wales; the diminutive Monjon, the smallest of the Rock Wallabies from Prince Regent Nature Reserve in Western Australia; and Gilbert’s Potoroo, back from supposed extinction in Two Peoples Bay Reserve Nature Reserve, Western Australia.
If you want colour, try a Purple-necked Rock Wallaby from Boodjamulla National Park or a Red-legged Pademelon from Lamington National Park, Queensland.