Alex hits the pool to interview National Water Polo champs, the Brisbane Barracudas Ash, Bronte and Maddy. Although modest, Ash's shot is anything but clocked as the fastest for women in the world! Alex gamely treads water with the best, even completing some of the drills and warm up exercises. Then we get to be spectators, as the barracudas split in half for a fun match, with one side carrying Alex. See the short highlight reel to find out who wins!
Kellyn talks with, and works alongside, a group of students learning how to work on a farm as part of their everyday curriculum! She's right in there shampooing her first cow and brushing up on the grooming skills which will lead to parading it before the cattle judges. We learn that the first couple of grooming sessions gets the cow to chill, so it will be easier to show at the competitions. Driving the tractor and rolling out of those hay bales to feed and further care for these bovine sweethe
Today Natalie talks to keeper Luke Hausler about a cute baby rhino that has now grown to be a year old, and thriving nicely. We may well agree with Nat that a rhino baby could top our list of cutest ones! Catching up with the former little one is a happy experience as they chat about the many kilos of grass she eats and the fact that her milk days are long behind. Now integrated with the other adult girls including her mum and grandmum she's not as shy. Including around the males! This is so g
Pick up your invite to an elephant pool party along with your behind-the-scenes access to a huge ballet performance. Plus, a trip to the blacksmith and the race track.
How do you make junkyard music, become a tennis ball kid, or do sweet tricks at the skate park? All those questions will be answered this episode - so tune in!
Ben is at the Eagles Nest Retreat cooking a nectarine and prosciutto pasta. At the University of Queensland Gatton campus, Joel is joined by Dr Aaron Herndon as they begin to cook a steak using a sous vide method. In the kitchen, Ben will show you how to make albondigas.
Ben is at the Eagles Nest Retreat cooking up a delicious casarecce pasta with bresaola and tomatoes. At the University of Queensland St Lucia campus, Joel is joined by plant breeder Dr Lee Hickey, and they make a broccoli salad with a vinaigrette dressing. In the kitchen, Ben makes a smashed avocado dish as he shows you a different, effective way to poach an egg.