The Pretty-faced Wallaby (Macropus parryi), also known as the Whiptail Wallaby, is a species of wallaby found in eastern Australia. It is locally common from Cooktown in Queensland to near Grafton in New South Wales.
The Pretty-faced Wallaby is distinguished by its paler colouring and white stripe under its face. It is a sociable species, sometimes coming together in mobs of up to 50. It is neither diurnal nor nocturnal, being active at any time of day or night. The Pretty-faced Wallaby feeds on grasses and ferns.