In the series final, Brolga decides to run an open day for visitors at the sanctuary, but has to round up mob boss Roger first. And after months of caring for them, Brolga decides that his orphans are ready to move on.
Love is in the air at the sanctuary. We meet Tahnee - a woman who's fallen for Brolga AND his family of roos. A feral dog attack sees Brolga patrolling the fenceline, AND he takes in a joey that has been abandoned by its mother.
Having agreed to take on Rocky the wallaby, Brolga has to build him a habitat from scratch. He sets out to create a mini mountain but quickly realises he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
It's an exciting time at the sanctuary as Brolga discovers one of his kangaroos has given birth. He and fellow carer Cynthia give some older kangaroos their first taste of freedom as they get them ready for release.
We follow Brolga as he teaches Rex and Ruby the tricky art of toilet training. We meet his fellow kangaroo carers in Alice Springs and the creatures they're sharing their homes with.
Meet Chris 'Brolga' Barnes, from his sanctuary in Alice Springs, he has dedicated his life to rescuing and raising orphan kangaroos.
A 6'7" Aussie who lives in a one-room tin shed in Alice Springs and spends his life saving orphaned baby joeys has become the toast of Britain. Since childhood, Chris 'Brolga' Barnes has been infatuated with Australia's most iconic animal, and now spends his life rescuing and raising hundreds of orphan joeys for release back to the wild.
A 6'7" Aussie who lives in a one-room tin shed in Alice Springs and spends his life saving orphaned baby joeys has become the toast of Britain...Since the program aired on the BBC, Brolga has become a reluctant star.
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