Jack learns all about bees and honey making and Jesse hangs out with water dragons and tells us about their behaviour and habitats.
Jesse finds out what it takes to be a stunt performer. Emily finds out why turtles, dugongs and other marine animals are in danger due to a lack of sea grass.
In this episode Brooke takes on the task to find fresh milk while Jesse meets the Nunukul Yuggera community and learns to play the didgeridoo.
Jesse hangs out at a special camp for Girl Guides and Scouts where guides, scouts and their guests can try out all kinds of activities including rock climbing, abseiling and archery. Emily finds out what it takes to be a Paralympian.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Jesse goes whale watching and Emily spends some time at the Queensland State Championships for women’s rugby sevens.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Stacey has a go at stunt car driving while Emily spends some time with teenagers who have vision impairments and some adorable labrador guide dogs in training. Lane from the Wooli Wooli tribe shares his kangaroo dance and music with us and explains the importance behind this traditional Aboriginal tribal dance.
Join Jack at the RSPCA and find more about the shelter while Stacey meets Craig who looks after horses and their feet.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Nat hits the South African savannah in search of kudu, plus Jesse goes on a seal hugging mission and Amberley discovers that everything is a lot more fun when you add goats to the mix. Also, Andre visits a school kitchen garden, Leela meets a young triathlete and the Slime Girls show us how to make glossy and clear slime.
Jesse puts his freediving skills to the test, Amberley plays baseball with some Little League champions, Stacey checks in on a town covered in yarn and Nat's African adventures continue as she drives the savannah in search of giraffes. Plus, Leela is on the trail of the elusive stick nest rat.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Amberley attends stunt school, Stacey gives a snake some TLC and we see the world's smallest python species. We also learn how to make living jewellery using succulents, go beachcombing for decorator crabs, head to the outback to trap some bettongs and visit the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
In this episode of Totally Wild, we see more of Nat's epic African adventures as she goes in search of elephants, Amberley takes on touch footy and Jesse meets some baby, orphaned ringtail possums. Andre visits at barn full of chicks hatching out of eggs and we get to see behind the scenes of a theatre's costume department and find out how to drive a tram.
The Totally Wild visits the Outback and spends some time with Liam, who does not attend regular school but learns through distance education. Liam also takes us on a cattle muster and shows us around his 600 acre property on horseback. Stacey participates in a conservation weed removal project day to help improve koalas’ habitats. Plus, learn how to make your own jewellery.
The Totally Wild team visits high school agricultural students at their school farm. Jesse receives some specialised athletics training from a high performance sports coach. Jack joins an African drumming group and learns some cool dance moves.
The Totally Wild team visit a STEM excellence school program, a musical theatre school and a wildlife researcher studying a tiny, rare marsupial.
Emily spends the day at a wildlife sanctuary and finds out what it takes to be a zookeeper. Jesse visits a prop design workshop for film, television and stage productions.
Stacey goes behind the scenes at a wildlife sanctuary bird show and Jack attempts to teach an old dog new tricks with the help of a dog training champion. Brooke counts down the top three cutest animals.
The Totally Wild team spend time at the beach with some nippers and we meet a ten year old pet sitter raising money for Guide Dogs. Jack goes shopping at an op shop in an attempt to save money and combat fast fashion. Jesse visits cattle breeders at the Brisbane Show.
Jesse tries out trick riding on horses and Ranger Stacey takes a black cockatoo to the bird vet where she finds out he has parasitic tapeworm.
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