I have now completed a lattice gate to prevent the wallabies from coming onto the verandah and eating the plants from there.
A few do still come up the steps and nibble what they can reach from there, so the summer vine cover is not as advanced as it should be.
This one couldn’t be bothered climbing the steps, but for several hours the other warm day, while the shade lasted, lay right at the foot of the steps. As it happened to be a washing day, I went up and down the steps and past the lolling lass quite a few times. My stepping over her tail occasioned no more than a flick of an ear.
So far none of them have jumped over the gate, so I am enjoying my beautiful Crepuscule climbing rose, blooming in profusion along my verandah ‘windows’ once more, munched bare though it is from below.