City Kids Never See Animals, Like Kangaroos, Wombats and Echidnas

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So many kids, and grown ups too, have heard about the weird animals in Australia, but have never seen them. How could they? Now they can see kangaroos, Wombats, Kookaburras, while Mum and Dad stay in their luxury cabin.

Just imagine.

It is 6 00 clock in the morning and you get out of bed and look through the window. Dawn is breaking and the sky is lighting to a golden blaze of colour. You look across into the valley and see the mist, shrouding the river and hills in a soft, white veil.

Quickly, you slip on your track suit and step out onto the veranda of your cosy cabin and, into the crystal fresh, morning air. The distinctive sound of the Kookaburra (the so called laughing bird) hangs in the air as you look down below and see the kangaroo, roving freely as it joins others to graze.

In Australia, there are lots of just simply, weird animals.

For example, the kangaroo is so different it has become the symbol of Australia. Then we have the Wombat, which is like a huge teddy bear that, completely harmless, digs huge tunnels underground. Sometimes you will see huge flocks of the white crested Cockatoo, and perhaps a Goanna.

Don't know what a Goanna is?

Come visit with us: http://www.umhr.com.au/holiday.htm and find out.

Now Australia is a huge, mainly hot dry country and if you want see animals such as these, you normally have to go on a long trek out into the bush, sleep in tents and generally, 'rough' it.

Not many parents want that. What they want for their holiday is a chance to play golf, swim in the pool, sleep in a luxury cabin, and have dinner at night in the restaurant.

What the kids want is to play in the pools, canoe on a river, go on bush walks and get to see and know these bunch of weirdo creatures. And be completely safe.

So the challenge has been how to combine the both.

North East Victoria is considered to be a pristine wilderness area, bordering on the National Park and rural development. The mighty Upper Murray River runs crystal clear in this area and is famous for it's magnificent Murray Cod. The air is so fresh, as you breathe, you feel the city smoke being blown from your lungs, slipping your whole being into relaxation mode.

It is in this area that we have created a complete resort, giving luxury and access to some of the weirdos.

Have a look and visit:http://www.umhr.com.au/holiday.htm and see

what other families and romantic couples have to say about their experience.

Contact Damien Butcher for more information on this luxury adventure opportunity.

Australia: 02 6037 1226

Outside Australia: 612 6037 1226

Also, for media inquiries, contact Damien.

So come visit with us: at http://www.umhr.com.au/holiday.htm and take your first step for an experience of a lifetime.

Contact:

Damien Butcher     612 6037 1226

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