Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, is a sparsely populated island off of Queensland’s east coast whose eucalyptus and primary tropical forests encapsulate over 100 freshwater lakes edged by white sand beaches within their boundaries. One of the island’s few inhabitants, a photographer, will explore the island with you and reveal much of its greatness. Narrated by Jai Armstrong.
Stemming out from California, the Baja peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean like an icicle. The dazzingly arid peninsula is a succession of sunset-kissed beaches and trickling creeks. Each year, millions of whales come to reproduce in the preserved waters of the peninsula that their ancestors knew so well.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 >>
The sands of the Moroccan Desert rhythmically undulate across the vast ethereal escarpment. This immense landscape appears frozen for eternity, but it is not, as the dunes of the desert are ever being carefully shaped and transformed by the capricious winds of time.Watch Now >>