Kangaroo is an unusual meat for most of the world. From reputation, it's quite hard to cook right as it tends to dry out:
Kangaroo meat is very low in fat, usually less than 2%. This is lower than most other red meats. This makes Kangaroo very healthy but also means it must be cooked carefully. Kangaroo is also very high in protein and iron. Fat contains a lot of moisture, hence meats like beef which is very high in fat can be cooked to very well done. However because kangaroo has virtually no fat it can easily dry out during cooking. Because of this it's important to follow a few simple steps to retain the moisture in the meat.
In light of this, what smoking and BBQ techniques are appropriate for kangaroo?