In this program we’ll feature the scuba divers’ paradise of Lady Elliot Island, experience indigeneous culture at the Barunga Music Festival, explore the exotic Daintree Rainforest, wind through the spectacular Atherton Tablelands by train, explore the east coast of Queensland by train and feel the pulsating city of Sydney at night.
At Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef, witness the phenomena of a mass influx of Manta Rays. This sudden abundance of rays allows scientists to create a database of the variety of mantas. The birthing ritual of turtles at the island is also scientifically studied demonstrating the circle of life.
A delectable feast of music, bush tucker and sport keeps the Two Tims’ hunger at bay as they taste the mixed cultural influences of the Barunga Music Festival.
Greg ventures into the lush rainforest of the world-heritage listed Daintree in far north Queensland to uncover its wide range of exotic creatures. From the alluring but deadly Cassowary, to the apex predator of its ecosystem, the ferocious saltwater crocodile.
Greg steps back in time when he boards a train in the Atherton Tablelands. The scenery along the trip, curving from Kuranda to Cairns, is just as spectacular as when the track was laid 120 years ago. There’s singing and scenery galore as the Queenslander train traverses the diverse Queensland landscape, from Cairns to Brisbane.
The Two Tims discover the sparkling jewels that make the metropolis of Sydney dazzle at night. An electrifying party is the centerpiece of the Two Tims’ night adventure.
Finally end up underwater for the ultimate scuba diving adventure in Sydney, as host Greg Grainger is surrounded by twelve grey nurse sharks.