I have happily lived here for some years, and not worried too much by the mob of kangaroos which journey through the place most nights. They seemed to eat only grass, and rarely did any damage. Occasionally a branch might be broken, or a plant trampled, they might leave characteristic foot prints in the garden beds, and certainly they leave copious quantities of roo poo, but one can easily dodge that. All in all we had a cautious co-existence, and I was grateful for them keeping the grass down through winter.
The b….. things have developed a more sophisticated palate – this is one of several dark red Carnation plants which I grew from cuttings, and had been carefully nurturing. They were doing very well, were full of buds and were going to be very showy along a walkway this summer. All of them have been severely munched, with all the soft new green shoots and flower stems removed! Most annoying!!