Meet the Yowie, here to protect the wonders of the natural world, show us the value of those things, and teach us how we can help to preserve it.
Rumble and the gang were first sighted in Australia back in the 1990s by adventurous rangers. Yowie is the Australian word for ‘sasquatch’ and actually means ‘hairy people’ – our six furry Yowie friends are definitely hairy!
The Yowie all live together in the Yowasis where they are ALWAYS ready to jump into action to come to the defence of the wild animals and habitats they protect.
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Rumble is cousin to the red kangaroo, keeper of the plains and deserts too.
As leader of the Yowie tribe, he is an excitable, rough and tumble character. Inclined to be impatient, Rumble’s bark is far worse than his bite and underneath it all he has a heart of pure gold dedicated to conservation.
Crag is part crocodile; if you come to the marshlands Crag will always give you a smile.
Crag is the meanest looking of all the Yowie but behind that crocodilian smile is a heart that’s as kind as it is courageous. Vigilant keeper of his habitat, Crag leaves nothing to chance in defending all the wet and muddy creatures in the marshlands, swamp and backwater.
Squish is not far away where the water runs deep and the platypus play, watching over the rivers and sparkling streams, where sunbeams on water glitter and gleam.
Part playful platypus, duck, and beaver, Squish is as bubbly as a babbling brook, as sparkling as a waterfall, and as content as a slow flowing river. Protector of our waterways, she is always happy and energetic; the jester of the Yowie tribe and friend to all.
Boof is part bandicoot and lives deep inside a bottlebrush root.
Boof loves to play and watch over the rainforests and mountains, chasing bugs and butterflies along the way. He is delightfully unpredictable and the ever-funny clown of the Yowie tribe. Boof is inclined to be a little clumsy as he trips among the tree roots and toadstools but is always around when needed to help in a crisis.
Nap lives at the top of a tree where the koalas snooze and the winds blow free, she guards the treetops and the sky above, with owls and kookaburra, as a labour of love.
Nap is the wise one of the Yowie tribe, most at home among the treetops closest to the sky! With a tendency to doze off at any time caressed in dreams by breeze and gum blossoms, this never stops Nap from being on alert in her lofty habitat.