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.
In this episode of Totally Wild there's fascinating facts on seagulls and Irish dancing. Stacey helps out at the reptile vet who sees a dragon lizard and a carpet python. Emily goes indoor skydiving.
In this episode of Totally Wild, there's kayaking, scooters, cocker spaniels and horse riding.
Go behind the scenes at the airport with the Australian Border Force and their canine companions. Stacey hangs out with a jump rope skipping team and Jesse gets creative at a reverse garbage workshop while Emily takes a surfing lesson.
Stacey goes 10-pin bowling with her friend Michael who doesn't let his disability dampen his competitive spirit. Jesse finds out why spiders are important to our ecosystem. Emily spends the day with a special kind of vet who looks after reptiles and amphibians. Jack finds out what it takes to look after husky dogs.
Jack meets the members of the Underground Opera Company who put on performances in an unusual setting; a former reservoir. Emily explores Moreton Island, the third largest sand island in the world and learns how a segway works. Ranger Stacey meets some baby koalas, baby kangaroos and a baby saltwater crocodile. Plus, learn what it takes to run a huge cotton and corn farm.
Jesse spends time in pit lane at the Gold Coast Porsche Carrera Cup and learns what it takes to be a racecar driver. Emily explains how rats can make great pets. Jack goes on an segway adventure and Ranger Stacey gets to feed some saltwater crocodiles. Plus, learn aboriginal crafts and language with some deadly kids from Chinchilla.
In this episode of Totally Wild there’s weightlifting, a wombat who needs a trip to the dentist, a saltwater crocodile, tree frogs and sheep shearing.
Jack conquers his fear of heights and goes hang gliding with Australia's only female hang gliding instructor. Stacey gets up close and personal with a wedge tailed eagle. A local from Chinchilla takes us on a tour of their parklands which also include examples of the crops grown by farmers in the area.
Jesse goes digging for rocks made from ancient lava called thundereggs at a volcanic site on Mt Tamborine. Jack explains how pumice is formed. Stacey joins an aquaculture marine studies class.
In this episode of Totally Wild Jack looks at some amazing murals at the Goondiwindi laneway street art festival, Jesse visits Redbank Plains State High School's indigenous kitchen garden and takes part in their bush tucker hospitality class.
The Totally Wild team spends time with an anti single use plastic crusader, paramedics on the job, champion mountain bike riders and some adorable alpacas.
The Totally Wild team travels to Western Australia for a film festival. Brooke catches up with a junior scientist with grand plans for the future and we learn what can and cannot be recycled.
In this episode of Totally Wild take a journey into the world of Doctor Dolittle and learn how to speak with animals.
In this episode of Totally Wild Emma meets with the Australian Border Force team and finds out how they look after Australia.
In this episode of Totally Wild Jesse meets with some film students who are busy writing, producing and filming their short film. Learn about the different roles in the cast and crew.
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