Our research has highlighted a major cause of decline in local kangaroo populations is death and injury due to being hit by cars. SLOW DOWN at dawn and dusk and be mindful of wildlife warning signs.
Community participation and input is vital to the success of our research. Please contact the project leader if you have information you’d like to share and follow us on Facebook for updates on the project and volunteer opportunities.
Help spread the word about the plight of kangaroos as many people don’t realise that kangaroos are at risk in our region. Let your friends and colleagues know how they can help.
When visiting USC campuses please observe speed limits on campus as signed. Kangaroos cross the roads on and around campus regularly during both day and night and are often seen feeding near the entrance to the university.
While we agree that kangaroos are very photogenic, please respect their space and do not get too close to wild kangaroos.
SC Sippy Downs campus is a wildlife refuge and no dogs or other domestic animals permitted on any part of the campus. Please report any dogs on campus or other kangaroo related issues to SafeUSC.