10 of the cutest Aussie animals you’ll ever see


Nawwwwwww! Whether it’s a sleepy wombat, a cheeky koala or a really inquisitive kangaroo, Aussie animals are some of the cutest you’ll ever meet. And you don’t even have to travel far from home to see them. In fact, here are 10 of the cutest Aussie animals you’ll ever see, right here and now.

1. Holy quokka-mole! Have you ever seen anything as cute as this little guy from Rottnest Island? We doubt it!

 

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2. Wot about this curious kangaroo from Stradbroke Island? Such a handsome roo!

 

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3. Awwwwww! Mumma and bubba koalas hanging out. Doesn’t get much cuter than this.

 

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4. This bare-nosed wombat knows we’re all ooohing and aaahing over him. CUTE!!

 

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5. Stop it! Two cockatoos in a warm embrace in the Whitsundays. Aussie animals really are the most adorable in the world.

 

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6. Say cheese! This not-so-little guy looks very happy with himself. And we can see why.

 

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7. Stop it! Lorikeets are into selfies too? Doesn’t get much cuter than that!

 

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8. Awww, you know wot’s cuter than a sleeping koala? NOTHING!

 

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9. Except maybe for kissing lorikeets? Adroable.

 

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10. Or this cheeky Kangaroo from Lucky Bay in WA.

 

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