The Secret Beach ruled by Kangaroos

Cape Hillsborough in Queensland, Australia has a beautiful white sandy beach that has mobs of friendly kangaroos and wallabies as its residents .

Queensland is known as Australia’s “sunshine state” and, in addition to its most popular beaches, has almost endless pristine white sandy beaches.

The pristine beach at Cape HIllsborough near Mackay is unique as it is inhabited by inquisitive kangaroos and wallabies that like to visit each sunrise to soak up the morning rays.

Check out these Instagram shots of the somewhat famous local residents.

Another frame from Cape Hillsborough were Kangaroos and Wallabies come down to the beach at sunrise each day

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A still from an amazing video at Cape Hillsborough Nature Reserve of the Roo's on the beach by @austinlelder #DiscoverQueensland

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