Kayne Tremills is back for another exciting series of My Great Big Adventure. My Great Big Adventure drops in on a group of 10 to 14-year-olds discussing mental health, with no grown-ups around. These young Australians share their personal insights into mental health and discuss the big questions. My Great Big Adventure screens during ABC's 'Mental As', a week-long initiative in support of Mental Health which aims to encourage Australians to start talking about mental illness, and to donate to mental health research.
Join Trevor on a personal journey to discover how one act of kindness can change the world — or at least be the start of something good.
A brother and sister are both longing to find each other but both too scared to make the first move. The eldest searcher yet, an 83-year-old mother, is desperate to find her missing daughter before it's too late.
The Mustangs have to face whether the team has a future; Lara realises she has something important to tell Ruby.
The series kicks off by dedicating a full episode to an incredible story that previously hit the headlines, following one woman's search into her past that reveals layers of family that she never knew existed.
Ruby makes a big announcement, and the Mustangs knuckle down ahead of the semis, but on game day, Danny's nowhere to be seen.
Ruby has to choose whether to pursue opportunities at State, or aim for Team USA; Marnie's knee injury has her in a deep funk.
Karl's last "thing to do" is seeing Japan's most spiritual destination: Mount Fuji. On the way, Ricky and Steve put him in a capsule hotel and send him to a Sumo wrestling stable.
Marnie tries to keep up at State with Ruby hot at her heels; Anusha tries to become friends with Gabe.
Ricky and Steve have decided they want Karl join a high school choir, hang out with New Age therapists, meet the Amish before ending his journey by Wingwalking.
Liv's attempt to lift Mustangs' morale seriously backfires when she accidentally butt-dials Michaela while venting about the team.
Karl heads off to Africa to go meet a gorilla. Before he travels to Uganda, Karl agrees to start in South Africa as he's been there on holiday and heard it was alright.
The Mustangs have one last chance of making it into the finals, but despite captain Ruby's best efforts, they're struggling to step up.
Set in WA 1968, a tender story of friendship and loyalty between two boys on the cusp of adulthood.
Karl's in for some dog sledding, a meeting with Innuits and a visit to the North Pole. He then learns that Ricky and Steve have stuck him on a deep sea fishing trawler.
Iranian-Australian Pariya has found her perfect match in Macedonian migrant, Viktor. Pariya's mother is expecting a full Persian wedding for her only child, and Viktor is keen to oblige. As the couple start to organise the ostentatious, blingy wedding, Pariya, sick of Victor not helping, hands the whole thing over to her betrothed. He must now keep his exacting fiancee and emotional mother-in-law happy, and not break any Iranian traditions along the way. When Australia legalised same-sex marriages in December 2017, pagan druid David and his Jewish partner Darren rushed to set a date. They are having a legal wedding that incorporates both of their religions. The ceremony is in two distinct halves, and sparks fly when both want control over the day.
Marnie's relegated to the sidelines yet again at State, while Bella struggles with people's assumptions about her; can't everyone just let her be?
Karl heads off to Australia to tick off the classic thing to do before you die - 'Swimming with Dolphins'. Before he even touches soil in Oz, Ricky and Steve have planned a little stopover in Thailand.
It's Unity Day at the club, but the girls versus boys exhibition match is derailed by Tom's aggressive foul against TJ.
Lara and Ruby are pushed into patching up their wobbly friendship, but they are stalled by some painful truth bombs.
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