Wild New Zealand Wallaby
In about 1870, Sir George Grey liberated the first wallabies on Kawau Island. Wallabies were introduced for sport and for the value of their skins. Adult male wallabies, referred to as bucks, boomers, or jacks, have an average weight of between 7kg - 10kgs. An adult female wallaby is known as a doe, flyer, or jill.
Wallaby has a dark red rich meat and, when cooked well, boasts tender meat and succulent flavours.