Kangaroo casually wanders into NSW South Coast holiday home

Tourists watch on in amazement as a cheeky kangaroo breaks into their holiday house and helps himself to a jar of Vegemite and a packet of chips

  • Bizarre footage has captured the moment kangaroo broke into a holiday home
  • Marsupial was filmed making itself at home at a cabin on the NSW South Coast
  • Holidaymakers could only watch in bemusement as roo wandered into kitchen
  • The mischievous animal helped itself to a jar of Vegemite and a packet of chips 

Bizarre footage has captured the moment a kangaroo broke into a holiday home and helped itself to the occupants’ food.

The marsupial was filmed making itself at home at a Murramurang Beach cabin on the New South Wales South Coast after hopping in through an open door.

The holidaymakers could only watch in bemusement as the kangaroo wandered through the kitchen and grabbed a jar of Vegemite resting on the counter.  

‘Skippy’s trying to steal our food!’ the person filming said as the animal casually foraged for food. 

‘Oh no, not the Vegemite!’ a different resident said as the kangaroo ignored their efforts to make it leave. 

‘Come on, get out – you’re gonna destroy the place.’ 

The kangaroo then headed to the bedroom in the hope of finding more food before settling on a bag of salt and vinegar chips it found in the corner.   

‘Salt and vinegar might be a bit strong for you, mate,’ one of the group joked as the roo buried its head in the family-sized chip packet. 

What’s up, Skip? A kangaroo has been filmed breaking into a holiday home and helping itself to the occupants’ food in bizarre footage 


The kangaroo took a liking to a large pack of salt and vinegar chips after letting itself into the house

The holidaymakers were visiting the beach near Batemans Bay for the weekend with a German exchange student when the unexpected visitor came to stay.   

Eastern grey kangaroos are common at Murramarang Beach and the surrounding national park along with lizards, carpet snakes and possums.

Residents have previously reported as many as 100 kangaroos spread along the beachfront in the hope of being fed by tourists.

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