Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Timeshare Travel #TravelTuesday Photo – Found: A Wallaby!

“In the bush” in New South Wales, Australia, with a wallaby. Submitted by Mandel M., Arizona.

Wallabies differ from kangaroos in that they are smaller and their legs are shorter and more compact. One of the main differences is that kangaroos live in open, treeless areas and eat grass. Wallabies, on the other hand, live in wooded areas and thus are leaf-eaters.

Sydney, the most populous city in Australia, is the capital of New South Wales, and was the first British colony established in Australia.

There are many Australia timeshare exchanges available.

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