Sixteen gifted children, led by quizmaster Dr Susan Carland, will display their brilliant minds and amazing memories in the first of the heats that celebrates the academic achievements of Australian children.
Our players chase a world record for most balloons popped in a minute, a trampolining champ shows us how to do a stomach landing, and the final challenge smashhes together surf-lifesaving and bowling.
BBL batsman Sam Heazlett teaches us some trick shots, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest rugby league player, and then our players take on surf lifesaving bowling.
Breaking news reveals that tennis balls weren't always green, a cheerleader shows us some basket tosses, our players discover the science of muscles, then they take on a Dino-Soccer shoot-out.
We flash back to the longest pro tennis match of all time, cut open a baseball to see what's inside, a pro trampolinist shows us the back somersault, then it's the gridiron obstacle course.
The kids of Australia vote on the greatest female swimmer of all-time, Andy and the Dummy battle for supremacy in basketball-pinata, and our players try competitive sushi rolling.
A weird text reveals Will Ferrell's favourite soccer team, breaking news exposes an NFL player named 'Lion King', and we look back at the lowest total in AFL history.
It's the first ever grand final, and the five remaining competitors have just two demanding rounds standing between them and the title.
It's the semifinal of the competition, and this episode sees a fierce general knowledge battle and an advanced spelling challenge where a single mistake will end their round. Eight children must be culled to five, and everyone is shocked at who ends up going home.
The finals begin with the remaining 11 competitors facing their toughest challenge yet. There are no second chances as one child faces instant elimination before the top 10 battle it out for a place in the semifinals.
It's midway through the competition, and the remaining 14 children face a complex spelling round and a do or die card recall challenge. With three competitors set to be eliminated at the end of the day, the battle to survive has never been fiercer.
It's day two of the competition to find Australia's brightest child, and the remaining seventeen competitors will be flexing their maths muscles and take part in a challenging memory round based on Australian marsupials. At the end of the day, the three lowest scoring competitors will be sent home.
It's day one of the first ever Child Genius Australia competition, overseen by quizmaster Dr Susan Carland. Nineteen gifted children will be tested on their knowledge of science and memory and with the two lowest scorers facing elimination, every child, and their parents are desperate to make the grade.
Ngarritj is a little white corella with a big attitude who flies freely around the Yolngu community of Galiwin'ku visiting everyone and speaking the local language.
Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools with a 2700-strong choir, 2300 diverse dancers, a world-class stage band and a huge number of outstanding solo acts.
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
The children go down to the river to catch some mud crabs for dinner. Boya rescues a joey kangaroo and makes a new friend. All their hard work is wasted as the mud crabs all get away except for one.
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush. He kicked his big toe on a rock. But this was no ordinary rock!
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