Greg Miles and Ian Morris are legends in the Top End. They have been friends, and rangers in Kakadu since it's earliest days as a rough outback camp. The problem is, they can't agree if it's still safe to swim in the East Alligator. Speaking from the heart, their stories and humour bring one of the world's great national parks to life.
Steve Morton fell in love with the shimmering Gibber Plains of Australia's inland as a teenager. The desert has become his lifelong passion, and he speaks about his moments of revelation, his triumphs of discovery, and the simple realization that we have more 'piss ants' than any where else on earth.
If you ski downhill in the Australian Alps, you see little of the winter wilderness. But out there, is where the animals of our hot, dry continent try to hop on, or live under the soft snow. Ken Green has spent hundreds of nights in that wilderness finding out just how these animals cope under the snow and ice.
The West is a stunning mix of visual, emotional and scientific responses to the landscape of Western Australia. Artist Philippa Nikulinsky and botanist Stephen Hopper take us on an intimate journey through this dramatic countryside - from the spectacular wildflower country of the south right up to the remarkable and rugged Kimberley region of the tropical north.
Explore the wonder of The Great Barrier Reef with a fresh perspective. Diver Sally Gregory and marine biologist Ove Hoegh-Guldberg have both spent a lifetime working on the Reef. Their first hand knowledge and experience introduces us to a magical underwater world few people get to see.
A unique and intimate insight into working and studying bird life on the frozen continent as well as the albatross on the surrounding sub-Antarctic islands from two of its most experienced biologists Graham Robertson and Barbara Wienecke.
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