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— Tennis is one of the world’s oldest ball sports. But you may not know there is a forerunner to Lawn Tennis – which started centuries earlier
— Surf life saving is an icon for Australia. There are 165,000 members forming the largest volunteer movement of its kind in the country. This documentary explores the heroic work these people do
— HMS Pandora, RMS Quetta and AHS Centaur are shipwrecks off the coast of Australia. Australian marine archaeologists take us to these underwater graves and tell the stories of great heroism and tragedy.
— In a world where millions of photos are taken each day, Behind the lens follows eight professional photographers who reveal the endless need to capture and create unforgettable images
— The platypus is an Australian icon, yet there is a lot we still don't understand about it. We look at its history, the threats it faces in the wild and how we can help save the platypus.
— Follow shark research scientist Dr Jonathan Werry, as he goes on a quest to find and track sharks so we can understand these incredible creatures better
— Totally Wild's Stacey Thompson narrates the Queenstown Winter Festival which is madcap event that heralds the start of the snow season and the whole town comes alive!
— There is much more to the Barossa Valley than Shiraz grapes and oak barrels...
— We go into the world of the crustacean and meet the people that study these intriguing creatures as a lifelong endeavour
— Remote, isolated and beautiful. We meet the people and uncover the mysteries of Australia's far north in North of The Daintree.
— This one-hour special documentary follows Aussie actor Samuel Johnson on his charity unicycle trip around Australia to raise money for his terminally ill sister Connie
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