Kangaroos head for bushland after a quick forage on the northern tip of Bribie Island.
Kangaroos head for bushland after a quick forage on the northern tip of Bribie Island. Che Chapman

Roos on a beach make for stereotype overload

STRAYA.

Bystanders on the Bulcock Beach boardwalk had their fill of Australian stereotypes on Wednesday morning when a group of kangaroos hopped across a beach on the northern tip of Bribie Island.

The foursome were seen sitting together on a sandbank before they took off in unison and headed for the nearby scrub.

Their distant shapes drew the attention of road workers and a Sunshine Coast Daily cameraman.

Enjoy.



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