In 1898, 13-year-old Cornish miner Robert Richards worked full time, attended night school, did chores and raced billy carts. Jack and Makayla attempt to finish all his jobs and still make it to the Moonta Goat Cart championships.
Former world record holder Wilhelmina `Mina' Wylie, along with friend Fanny Durack, were Australia's first female Olympians, swimming their way to victory at the 1912 Stockholm Games. Sienna and Paige try to beat Mina's time.
In 1932, nine-year-old Lennie Gwyther and his pony Ginger Mick travelled 1000km from South Gippsland to Sydney to see the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Gracey and Mikey attempt 24 hours of his journey.
In 1832, 13-year-old Kadli was chosen as the best player of the match during a Kaurna game of Parntu. Modern footballers Ray Ray and Jaikye try to match his skills to win the best and fairest title.
In 1940s Melbourne, teenage milkman Conway Tighe gets up in the early hours every morning to harness his horse and complete his milk deliveries on time; Jeffrin and Harry are challenged to match his dedication and get the job done.
Nine-year-old Christina Tie performed in the famous Bendigos Easter Parade in 1889; Avie and Alyssa are challenged to learn the skills they need to put on a show that delights the crowd.
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