Are dingoes always the orange/reddish colour?
"Opposed to common belief, dingoes are not just the reddish/orange colour that they are famous for. They can be white, which means the dingo comes from the alpine regions of Australia and they can also be black. These dingoes can be found in forest and rainforest areas of Australia. At the Australian Reptile Park, we have an orange female dingo named Adina, and a black male dingo named Fred and many people often ask if they are both dingoes."
Where can I see dingoes?
"At the Australian Reptile Park, of course! Also, most other zoos/wildlife sanctuaries have dingoes in their collections. If your heart is set on seeing them in the wild, your best bet is on Fraser Island which is off the coast of Queensland or right in the Red Centre of Australia around Uluru and Alice Springs. However, they are found all over Australia away from the cities."
Can I feed dingoes in the wild?
"This is something we don’t recommend because, at the end of the day, dingoes are still wild animals and can become aggressive when constantly fed by the public. They lose their fear of humans and actively seek out food where humans are, which can cause a dangerous situation for both man and animal."