This observational documentary follows Quenten Agius and his family over a four-year period, as they battle to save what is left of their heritage and cultural sites.
In episode two we venture out onto the Edward River for croc spotting and discover how these ferocious reptiles can be farmed to provide local jobs.In both style and tone Postcards is a travel and adventure series that garners unique insights into the Pormpuraaw community, its lifestyle, characters, traditions and culture. And if you're keen on fishing or croc-spotting like Jeremy Geia, then you're in for a treat, as these programs take you on a real adventure.
Producer Jeremy Geia has travelled to some of the most beautiful places in Australia, but it wasn't till he came to Pormpuraaw that he understood what heaven on earth was. He became a convert to the community, its relaxed way of life and now has close family connections to Pormpuraaw. Postcards From Pormpuraaw uncovers the tiny and remote coastal village of Pormpuraaw on the western side of Cape York Peninsula in North Queensland. This coastal getaway is renowned for its fishing, croc spotting and summer lightning storms.
Footprints In The Sand is a story of love for family, country and culture. Geoffrey Stewart is a wiry, good-humoured Martu man born 60 years ago at an extremely remote location in the Gibson Desert, 600 km northeast of the town of Wiluna. It is over 40 years since "Yullala", as Geoffrey is better known, has visited his birthplace. Footprints in the Sand tracks Yullala and members of his community back to that location. It is an emotional journey, whose significance lies not only in the length of time since visiting his birthplace but, also, in Yullala's particular parentage.
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