Severely dehydrated and collapsed in the outback, Sergeant Fletcher is given water by someone he least expected.
A makeshift cinema is set up outside the town's tavern as Sergeant Fletcher returns from his search for Sam.
Sweet Country is set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory. It is the story of a young boy called Philomac, who witnesses Sam, an Aboriginal stockman kill station owner Harry Marsh in self defense. Sam and his pregnant wife Lizzie go on the run and a posse pursues them across the outback.
The Heelers take a long riverside walk, but Bingo's legs are tired and she wants a piggyback. To distract her, mum and dad invent fun games and get her little legs moving again.
At school camp, Hannah's friends throw her a surprise birthday party and at the end of the night she finds herself around a campfire fielding questions about being transgender. As the crowd grows, so does her confidence.