Find out what it’s like to be a student at the Queensland Ballet Academy. A young stand up comedian finds humour in his cancer diagnosis. Stacey meets an old tortoise at the Australian Reptile Park.
Stacey visits the Great Sandy National Park in Queensland. Jack meets some mini beasts including stick insects, rhinoceros beetles, stink bugs and finds out which ones make good pets. Em looks at the aftermath of drought and bush fires, its effect on our native wildlife and how people can help as volunteers.
Find out what a difference one person can make when caring for sick, injured and orphaned native Australian wildlife. Jack goes to circus school and Stacey visits Lady Musgrave Island, a haven for turtles and birds. Em tries out sports aerobics.
Em hangs out with a synchronised swimming team, Jack meets a rainbow lorikeet and learns about animal imprinting. Stacey gets a bird's eye view of the sandy Queensland Sunshine coast from a helicopter and is lucky enough to see some dugongs. Plus, learn all about the Mary River turtle.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Jesse meets some hearing impaired dogs and their trainer, Jack trains with State Champion hockey players and Em hangs out with a dragon boating team. Stacey learns about nature sequence farming from third generation pig and chicken farmers.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Jack pits himself against mini beasts such as grasshoppers, dung beetles, bees, crickets, praying mantises, water boatmen and spiders. Jesse spends time with a coral IVF team on the Great Barrier Reef. Em finds out what it takes to look after a reptile and Jesse visits Ryan William's extreme sports backyard.
In this episode of Totally Wild learn all about cane toads, helicopter underwater escape training, butterflies and Australian humpback dolphins.
The Totally Wild team members try out new sports and activities like axolotl keeping, windsurfing and para taekwondo. And Jack goes behind the scenes of a stage production of Fantastic Mr Fox.
This episode of Totally Wild sees two T-Dub teams race against each other in a treasure hunt around a rail museum.
Stacey sees nesting Loggerhead Turtles at Mon Repos Turtle Centre. Em spends time with some wallabies and Jesse goes to the vet with a black cockatoo. Jack is inspired by paralympian Gerrard Gosens.
Em visits a wildlife hospital with 'plastic free boy' Arlian. Stacey goes diving near Lady Musgrave Island on the Great Barrier reef. Jack goes behind the scenes with some young actors starring in the stage production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Jesse meets some barefoot water skiing champions.
Jack visits a llama farm, Stacey feeds some sharks and Jesse handles a wedge tailed eagle. Em finds out what kind of things the Coast Guard does to keep us safe and also earns how to roller skate.
Em finds out what it takes to be a lifeguard. A loggerhead turtle lays a nest of eggs in winter on the Sunshine Coast. Rangers put some of the eggs in an incubator to help the eggs hatch in order to help this endangered species. Stacey meets a tawny frogmouth expert. Jack hangs out with some miniature horses.
In this episode of Totally Wild there's volleyball, amazing native birds at Lamington National Parks and Emily learns about aviation at a special high school. Stacey feeds some hungry fruit bats.
Jack goes rock climbing, Jesse spends time with a snake researcher who is tracking carpet pythons in the wild and urban areas of Queensland. Stacey teaches us about mangroves and wetlands.
Stacey meets the first supermodel and inclusive dance school founder with Down Syndrome, Madeline Stuart. Em visits a goat farm, Jack goes parasailing and Jesse meets some adorable baby tigers at an animal training farm.
Jack spends time at an intensive cricket clinic. Emily meets some dogs who need new homes at the Animal Welfare League and a PHD student who is researching threats to native australian animals such as bandicoots. Jesse goes ziplining at Lamington National Park and Stacey meets a reptile and amphibian wildlife carer who is looking after some green tree frogs.
Stacey tells us all about phasmids, or stick insects. Jesse gives us some bushwalking tips and facts about the Sun. Savannah road tests hula hooping. Emily meets some adorable little penguins and Jack spends time at an ice rink.
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