Now seven months old, the little wombat isn't so little anymore. In fact, even though he still needs to be looked after by his surrogate parents at the sanctuary, he's now able to handle certain things himself - like picking out the perfect place for a nap.
"As soon as he is out of the pouch in the bedroom of his caretaker, he heads for the bottom drawer," Libby Bain, from the Australian Reptile Park, told the Daily Telegraph.
"He has learnt to nudge out the edge of drawer and then he walks around to the front to push it open. He climbs in - which takes a few minutes because he's only little, then he rearranges the clothes and flat out he's asleep."
(Australian Reptile Park)