Tourists hoping to see kangaroos bounding around Australia's main streets need only go as far as the Melbourne Airport car park.
A kangaroo somehow ended up on the fifth level of the airport's undercover long-term car park, near the terminals.
The airport was alerted to its unexpected guest on Monday morning via Twitter, complete with a photo.
'Hey Melair there's a kangaroo in your carpark. I applaud your efforts to welcome international visitors!'
A wildlife officer tranquilised the kangaroo, which was taken to a vet.
The roo was in good health, albeit with sore toenails from the concrete and a little distressed by the experience.
'My understanding is he's actually doing very well,' an airport spokeswoman said.
'He's really only got some sore paws and some sore toenails but he's fine.'
The kangaroo was spending the night at the vet before being released back into the wild.