This clip looks at the interaction of people within these environments and issues relating to the care of these geographical and
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This pr
The river Murray forms part of one of the world's largest river systems. Together with the Darling River the 'Mighty Murray' runs for 1450 kilometres, making up the single longest, continuous waterway in Australia. This program looks at how the river formed and at how it has changed both naturally and as a result of human use.
Located in the driest region of Australia, Lake Eyre is the largest salina or salt lake in the world... Lying below the sea level, the lake is the termianl point of a great internal continental drainage system. This program looks at the changing climatic conditions which led to the formation of the lake and at the geographical development of the lake and its water sources.
The Great Australian Bight has been described as the edge of the world...so final and so dramatic is this arid coastline. This program looks at how the coastline came to be and explores the dynamic nature of the area and coastal features including the caves, blowholes and sand dunes.
Luke boards the train at Ga Thap Cham, and soon finds his way to Nha Trang, a similar vibe to the Riviera of France. Nha Trang is known for its diverse sea life and beautiful coastline, and here, Luke hand catches his favourite seafood - sea urchin.
Julia explores historic Cockatoo Island, where the first convicts landed in Sydney harbour. Now it is a popular glamping destination. Julia escapes the island to join an early morning commute to work - Sydney style - by boat. At Bondi Beach, she joins the forty-strong life guard team on beach patrol. The only female member of the team, Julia Bahr-Thompson, shares her stories of dramatic rescues. Then it's time to explore the city's edgy side in Surry Hills, where tattooist to the stars Rhys Gordon explains Australia's unique tattoo history.
Dressed in a kimono and already confused by which slippers he's supposed to be wearing, Tony is bemused by Japan from the moment he arrives. Starting in the southern island of Kyushu, Tony embarks on a train-filled journey through the country. To cover the huge distances in time, Tony jumps on the legendary Japanese bullet train and is soon hurtling along at 322km/h.