Sophie Thomson gets a visit from a butterfly expert, Costa Georgiadis and Millie Ross travels to west Arnhem land, Josh Byrne dives into a seagrass revegetation project and Jerry Coleby-Williams talks Cat's claw creepers.
Antiques-lover Patty Coley scours the country for historic materials to build a stunning contemporary home. Her journey throws up weighty challenges, like what to do with a hundred-year-old wharf?
Architect Chris Moller returns for a second season of Grand Designs New Zealand. In this episode Chris meets a man planning to create a concrete home on the cliffs of an Auckland suburb Point Chevalier.
Costa Georgiadis gets an expert's top turf tips, Sophie Thomson visits a garden designed for time-poor gardeners, Paul West cooks up a storm in a school kitchen garden, and we meet a collage artist with a passion for nature.
Isabel Weston, daughter of world-famous motorbike inventor John Britten, takes on a daunting endurance test with her husband Tim - restoring the earthquake-damaged family home. Can they pull it off?
Wedding dress designer Robyn and her husband David are pursuing a dream to build a home that they could one day retire to. Sea views and privacy are at the top of their wish list.
Costa Georgiadis rescues some sick-looking indoor plants, Jane Edmanson discovers the many benefits of salvias, Millie Ross shows how to keep worms happy, and we meet our new guest presenter, permaculturist Hannah Maloney.
The team celebrates the show's 30th birthday in one of Australia's most iconic gardens, on the Mornington Peninsula, to celebrate the colour, characters and compost that make Australian gardening great.
Millie Ross reveals how the Gardening Australia team puts together segments for their show, from researching ideas to shooting the story.
The Bayfields plan to build a house for their family on the highest point on their 1000-acre property - but not a traditional country homestead; they are chasing something agricultural.
Phillip and Maria are awaiting the birth of their first child and the creation of a lakeside garden. Sounds idyllic, right? However, delays, bad weather and budget constraints conspire to keep the expecting couple ever waiting.
After tragically losing their wife and mother to cancer, Roberto and his two children are hoping that the transformation of their garden will not only bring them healing but also create an everlasting tribute to their loved one.
A couple dream of a waterfront home with a resort style garden. They also dream of both jobs finishing at the same time. They've green lit work on the garden while the house is still under construction. A good idea, in theory.
Sophie Thomson meets a city gardener leading the good life, Jane Edmanson visits a floral haven in the hills, Jerry Coleby-Williams is on St Helena island and Costa Georgiadis explores a garden created for kids to go wild.
Fitness enthusiast Joel Dommett heads Brazil with his friend Nish Kumar. They live alongside the Xavante, a tribe who train intensely to cope with the hardships of everyday life.
Chris and Belinda bought the land next door to their existing house, just 3.9m wide: a tiny gap in a long row of heritage listed cottages in Sydney's Forest Lodge.
Comedians Joel Dommett and Nish Kumar travel to the sub-zero Steppe of Mongolia to find out if Joel's expensive western workout regime has in any way prepared him for the hard life of a nomad.
George and Yvonne retired to peaceful Nelson to build their dream home. But George, a retired architect, isn't ready to take it easy. He wants to pioneer a new way to build affordable and contemporary houses.
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