Roxy the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby is a local legend
Read on to find out how this tenacious Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby helped bring an endangered species back from the brink.
What happened to Roxy?
Roxy the rock-wallaby was one lonely lady, the only female in the rapidly shrinking Creek colony of Kangaroo Valley.
With her love-life failing, Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Threatened Species Coordinator Deb Ashworth acknowledged that “action is needed now or we will see this colony disappear forever”.
So the NPWS, assisted by the Friends, hatched an ambitious plan to save her colony from collapse.
What did we do to help Roxy?
Hover over the tiles below to see how we were able to save Roxy and her colony.