Here are just a few photos (I forgot the GoPro this time which was a bummer). I won't go overboard since my earlier Phillip Island post features these two activities as well, so refer to it for more kangaroo picture than you ever wanted to see.
Roo with a joey! I will never not love feeding kangaroos. It's funny how some are really gentle while taking the food out of your hand, and then others are extremely aggressive and hop in your face until you feed them. Obviously, I prefer the latter.
Sam feeding his first kangaroo!
Wallaby feeding selfie. The wind got the better of my hair.
My kangaroo pictures are nothing compared to what Sam was able to capture on his camera. This is perhaps the greatest photo ever taken of a kangaroo:
Sam and Peter observing the Nobbies.
Because of the high winds, the waves were extra powerful. If the ocean doesn't already terrify you, visit this place and it will.
In a testament to the ever-changing Melbourne weather, in the 15 or so minutes between when the first picture and this last one were taken, the sky cleared and the sun came out.
On a random food-related note, we had brunch at Top Paddock yesterday and I had the best pancakes in the entire world.
On Friday we will rent a car and drive down to Torquay since there's not much else to do when it's 10 billion degrees outside. Then we will rent a car again on Sunday and head down the Great Ocean Road, which I've been dying to do for months, before we all go back to the States next week.