(PRWEB) January 22, 2006
Upper Murray Holiday Resort announces a new wedding reception venue concept. Imagine a wedding venue reception, nestled between rural valleys, a river and a National State Forest, with the air so fresh and pure that you feel intoxicated and the river runs so clear you can see the pebbles on the bottom.
Weddings have to be a very special occasion and that's why choice of the wedding venue is so important.
The bride, groom and parents seek to make the event a wonderful memorable event and therefore aim to be as different as possible.
Whilst the wedding format follows a traditional pattern it is always the ambience and setting that make the difference. That's why people get married under water, in hot air balloons or in Las Vegas with Elvis. Obviously these unusual choices are not for every one so most couples plumb for a standard reception venue, the guests attend the reception, and after the bridal party departs, so do they.
So the dilemma has always been how to make the occasion more memorable.
Research has shown that the more people talk about the event and recapture the feelings and fun of the event, the larger become the memories. That's why weddings held in Hotels and Resorts where the guests can settle in before the wedding and stay next day after the wedding, are growing in popularity, particularly if the place is isolated from the cities and their suburbs.
One such venue has been launched and weddings taking place there are building a steady reputation.
This is a resort where separate self-contained luxury cabins surround the swimming pools and mud brick luxurious reception hall, all enveloped in the magical atmosphere of the Australian bush.
Whilst sharing breakfast with newfound friends or relations creates so much fellowship, it is the magnificent view across mountain, valley and river that lifts the spirit and energise the soul.
And it's the kangaroos, echidnas, wombats etc. that complete the picturesque scene to make such a resort, a magical place to start the rest of life's adventures.
And yes, there are no crocodiles as they are in the far north.
Visit: http://www.umhr.com.au/ and find out.
Waking in the morning on the wedding day, and looking across into the valley to see the mist, shrouding the river and hills in a soft, white veil, clearly this is a magical place where dreams can come true. Contact Damien Butcher for more information on this luxury wedding opportunity on the mighty Murray River.
In Australia: 02 6037 1226
From outside Australia: 612 6037 1226
The Resort has 16 cottages, 4 terrace cabins, 2 swimming pools with out door spa, spas in most cottages, large reception hall built from mud brick, games room and friendly bar.
Activities available include golf, canoeing, bush walking, tennis or just lazing around.
This part of Victoria is considered to be the way pristine Australia, "used to be" and the welcome received, is true "Australian, country hospitality."
For More Information Contact:
612 6037 1226
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