In the world’s most isolated continent, Australia’s aboriginal people have survived an austere and unforgiving landscape by banding into hundreds of tribes, each with their own distinct language, traditions, and celebrations. This fascinating program explores their spiritual bond with the land they have known for ages.
The eucalyptus forests of Blue Mountains National Park have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Blue Mountains received their name from the blue vaporous haze given off by eucalyptus forests that surrounded them. The stoic Three Sisters stand guard over the land, and have become the symbol of the Park. Abseiling, canyoning, hiking,Watch Now >>
Explore the history behind the community surrounding Margaret River. In the Wardan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, witness how Australians have taken the initiative to preserve aboriginal culture, and in turn allow the world a chance to learn more about their deep roots on the continent.Watch Now >>
In the natural world, the boundaries between different environments can be rich in wildlife. In Australia, a rainforest grows right up to the coastline of Cape Tribulation to meet one of the seven natural wonders of the world – The Great Barrier Reef. Together they form an environment rich in beauty, diversity, and natural wonder.Watch Now >>