Series 5

Travel Oz, Series 5

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 1 - The Town Of 1770
Captain James Cook became the first European to step ashore in Queensland. The date was May 24, 1770 and to mark that historic event, this delightful settlement was named after the year of his landing...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 2 - "Where to travel to now restrictions are easing"
Travel in Australia is opening up. Features the Great Barrier Reef, Lady Musgrave Island, Lord Howe Island, Dubbo, Lightning Ridge, Broken Hill, Echuica,. Phillip Island, Ipswich...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 3 - Great Australian Outback
LIGHTNING RIDGE: Characters of the Outback, larger than life. Down a black opal mine with jack hammer-wielding miner Vicki Bokros. The Grawin - A rough and ready mining community west of the Ridge. Narran Lakes: Flooded for the first time in 10 years attracting thousands of waterbirds. Reminders of past aboriginal inhabitants. WALGETT: Town hero singer Jimmy Little remembered in song by his daughter Frances. CORINDA: The day singer David Bowie came to this tiny town to record a pop clip remembered with an annual festival, LET'S DANCE...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 4 - Australia's Most Terrifying
Australia's most terrifying creatures including crocodiles and snakes...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 5 - Unusual Deadly Destinations
Some of the more unusual deadly destinations and creatures of Australia in this episode, including the cassowary and Lake Eyre...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 6 - Australia's Most Iconic
We take a closer look at some of Australia's most iconic animals and how dangerous they can really be, such as Kangaroos and Tassie Devils...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 7 - Contrast Of Sand And Sea
A true contrast of sand and sea, from a crossing of the Simpson Desert to some of the deadliest undersea creatures...

SERIES 5 / EPISODE 8 - South Australia
South Australia. Famous Vineyards, the Eyre Peninsula, and Adelaide Also Burke shire on the Gulf of Carpentaria. and the Plastic Free boy...