Kangaroo Family Unit

 (private dorm)

 

     Situated inside the park, Kangaroo Family Unit is for larger families or friends who don't mind bunking together.  Partitions and folding doors screen off sleeping areas.  Fully self-contained with an oven & stove, microwave and plenty of room to spread out.  

Consisting of a double bed, two singles and a bunk bed, Kangaroo Family Unit is suitable for groups of up to six.  The room is open plan with high ceilings.   

The bathroom consists of a shower and contains a washing machine and dryer.   Reverse cycle airconditioner. 

  Kangaroo Family Unit is our largest accommodation, and the cheapest option for a large group.   You can sit back and watch the animals from the lounge area, through the large glass door. 

If travelling friends/ family require more privacy, Joey Room & Koala Suite are purposely built for this (being next door to each other).  But if you are after the fun associated with "all being in together", Kangaroo Family Unit is for you.

Building history: Used to be a potato shed, made from large concrete blocks.  Renovated to basic unit by previous owners.  We used it as our reptile house (don't worry all reptiles have been removed and accounted for).   We added floor covers, partitions & kitchen.

Kangaroo Unit to the left.  Middle door shared laundry for front units.  Windows to right are Koala Suite. 

Pademelons & bettongs frequent visitors at night

Please no animals inside even if they do knock.

       

Close the folding doors for some added privacy.

Double bed.

Sturdy, comfortable beds for the entire family.  Bunk and 2 singles.

Well equipped s/c kitchen.

Free range "friends" often visit the door.

Seating for the whole family.  Sofabed available for extra large groups.

       

Looking back towards entrance/ glass doors.

  Kangaroo Family Unit floor plan above. 61.6m2 in area.

Modern bathroom with washing machine & clothes drier.

 

X'mas - New Year period (24.12.09 - 31.01.10) Minimum nights unless spare nights exist between bookings.

Fauna Australia Wildlife Retreat 2009