The snake had managed to snare the marsupial before rolling onto a golf course to devour its prey.
The scrub python was first spotted by golfers at the Far North golf course in Paradise Palms, Cairns, Australia.
He told the Cairns Post: “The python swallowed it and rolled into the creek, then snuck back into the bush. It must have gone for a rest for the next few days.”
He said he had seen snakes in the area before but non 'as big as that'.
Mr Willemse added: “I have a good look when I play a golf ball near the swamp, but I will be thinking about that again, because that is a big beast."
About a year ago, he said a wallaby was spotted with a python attached to its tail.
The course is known to attract a diverse range of wildlife including bandicoots, wild dogs and foxes as well as the snakes and wallabies.
(source The Mirror,UK)