The Animals of Australia – Photos (by Adam Goodwin)

The Animals of Australia – Photos

by Adam Goodwin | 2016 | Last Updated: March 27, 2016


I spent a chunk of November and December 2015 in Australia (a few blog posts about the trip: Canberra and Hobart and Melbourne and Sydney). Before traveling, I was looking forward to seeing four animals in the wild: a kangaroo, koala,  tasmanian devil, wallaby, and wombat. I was able to see the kangaroo, tasmanian devil, wallaby, and wombat, so next time, Mr. Koala, watch out!

The Animals of Australia

Below are a few of the better photos of the animals I was able to see in the wild.

Wombat Australia Adam Goodwin TravelThe above photo is of a wombat.

The below photo is of a kangaroo. I was able to hunt a court of kangaroos to capture some photos during a four day hiking trip in Tasmania.

Kangaroo Australia Adam Goodwin Travel

The last photo, below, is of a Tasmanian devil. They typically only come out at night, and are pretty quick – sadly, my camera is not good at capturing either of these types of photos.

Tasmanian Devil Australia Adam Goodwin Travel

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Adam Goodwin is a Canadian who has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North America, who is currently attending one of the world’s best sport management programs at the University of Windsor.  He is a proud introvert and silent leader.  He has traveled to 50 major global cities around the world, and has worked with universities, non-profits, consulting firms, and sport organizations.  He has family and friends around the world.  Follow his travels, work, projects, and thoughts on Twitter (@adam13goodwin) and on this blog (click on the bottom right-hand corner to sign up for weekly email notifications).


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  1. Thanks for sharing your great photos………. I would one day love to go to Australia and see these animals myself!!

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