This program of Travel Oz features the special phenomena of the Horizontal Waterfalls, the fishing town of Karumba, the diving sensations of Lord Howe Island and the Wildlife refuge that is Kangaroo Island.
Australia’s Kimberly coast is famous for its King Tides. These tidal movements can reach up to nine meters and create a very special phenomena known as the Horizontal Waterfalls.
The two Tims explore a small town with a big fishing trade – Karumba - the gateway to the wild Gulf of Carpentaria. They experience fashion parades and cane toad racing at a festival that shuts the whole town down, The Annual School Fete.
Vet Dr. Sally Debney experiences the diving sensations of Lord Howe Island and its prolific birdlife for which it is renowned for.
Returning to the wildlife refuge off the South Australian Coast, Kangaroo Island. This time encountering a series of Lighthouses that protect ships from the treacherous waters, swimming with Seals and learning the art of Honey making!
Travel Oz is presented by veteran documentary maker GREG GRAINGER, with feature reports from the Two Tims – Tim Charody and Tim Doyle and Vet Dr. Sally Debney.