Animals and nature instinctively brought together in a visually stimulating format. A beautiful collection of creatures great and small from across the planet. A relaxing easy to digest series suitable for the entire family - a feast for the eyes and ears. Brilliant images set to emotive music.
Blue World - Season 6, Episode 609 - Searching for the Rare Blind Crayfish + Odd Shark Behavior + Exquisite Leafy Seadragon
Blue World goes on a search for a rare blind crayfish. Then we investigate why Hammerhead sharks tend to swim at an angle…tilted to one side. This “side swimming” behavior has only recently been scientifically studied. Finally, Blue World heads down under, to South Australia, searching for the rarest seahorse in the world…the exquisite Leafy Seadragon!
Esther and Myrdhin are the daughter and son of film-making couple, Myriam and Luc. Mum is a biologist and an ethologist. Dad has been filming wildlife all over the planet for more than 20 years and, one day, realised that he couldn't enjoy his profession and see his kids growing up at the same. For a few months, Myriam and Luc have decided to swap Europe for Africa and Australia and for a living classroom without walls, in direct contact with nature.
From Portland with its tuna fishing and swimming with seals. To Bendigo and its vintage trams. Also MILDURA and the mighty Murray River and its paddle steamers. To Falls Creek and yoga in the snow. As well, West Wyalong: historic wool sheds, sunset on Lake Cowal.
Greg Grainger visits the famed wine region of Hunter Valley in harvest time, explores the majestic waterways of Port Stephens by kayak, enjoys fresh oysters and fishing on the Great Lakes and has very special experiences with dolphins, seals and turtles.
Discover together Horizonal Waterfalls, Gulf Of Carpentaria and Lord Howe Island.
Discover together Montague Island, Trains & Koalas, Outback Rally and Sydney 360.
Discover together Murramarang, Longreach, Outback Rally and The Bungle Bungle Ranges.
Discover together Christmas Island, Sydney In 2 Hours, Fraser Island and Shark Diving.
Discover together Great Barrier Reef, Barunga & Hartley Creek, Queensland By Train and Sydney By Night.
The Great Barrier Reef: In the aftermath of a mass bleaching of coral, Greg Grainger takes a series of dives along the northern sections of the Reef to find it has come back to life with a vengeance. Also a drive with Billy Tea Safaris through the Daintree Rainforest out to Cape Tribulation. Crocs, cassowarries and a cuppa.
Discover together Cocos Islands, Clams, Mission Beach and Antartic Wildlife.
Ernie travels to the Great Barrier Reef to meet people who call this unique part of the world home. He catches up with Yindinji elder Gudju Gudju, Jamie a toxicologist, and Gareth skipper of Monsoon.
Uluru, Ernie lands in the red centre and meets traditional Annangu owner Sammy and his partner Kathryn and gets an insight into Sammy's views, and joins rangers to participates in a controlled burn.
Kakadu, Ernie travels to Kakadu, takes a boat cruise up East Alligator River, meets photographer Louise , spends time with Trevor a ranger , and takes a helicopter with Steve originally a policeman.
Ernie visits the breathtaking Cradle Mountain in Tasmania and meets a dedicated Pilot, a focused young Ranger, a wildlife conservationist and an insightful young Palawa man.
Ernie travels to Ikara also known as Wilpena Pound in the spectacular Macdonald Ranges and meets an Adnyamathanha Elder, a passionate Cultural Guide, a young Pilot and a National Parks Ranger.
Ernie’s trip to tropical North Queensland finds him meeting a respected Kuku Yalanji Elder, a River Guide who’s made a sea change and an Environmentalist who is determined to change attitudes.
Ernie visits the Great Ocean Road and catches up with a local Gunditjmara/ Kirrae Whurrong Song man, he meets a passionate Foodologist and spends time with an Entrepreneur with a taste for adventure.
This week Ernie is in Weiben also known as the Thursday Island and meets a down to earth Landscaper, an Oyster Farmer who’s found his niche in the World and a Kaurereg Elder holding onto Culture.
Ernie visits Kangaroo Island in South Australia and goes spotlighting with a local wildlife Guide, shoots the breeze with an artistic couple and gets up close and personal with wild dolphins.
K’gari, also called Fraser Island is Ernie’s next destination. He meets up with a proud Butchulla man, a four wheel drive Enthusiast and a determined woman with a special connection to whales.
This week Ernie meets a Boonwurrung man with a love for the ocean, and an inspirational lady finding balance between farming and the environment and a Marine Biologist following her passion.
Ernie visits the Blue Mountains in NSW to meet up with an enthusiastic Cave Guide, a Gundungurra man maintaining his connection to Country and a Nature Lover who finds solace in this wilderness.
In this episode Ernie visits Katherine and meets up with a Visionary, a Landscape Photographer and a River Guide who shares Stories of the world famous Nitmiluk Gorge.
In the season’s finale Ernie and his late brother Buck take audiences back to their home town of Mullewa on the Murchison River. It is an entertaining, informative and a heartfelt Episode.
Little Penguins are the smallest penguin in the world and are the only species that live and breed in Australia. This documentary focuses on the penguin colony that live on Western Australia's, Penguin Island. The island's Discovery Centre houses a small group of rescued penguins, which have either been injured, orphaned or abandoned as chicks. Australian Penguins gives an insight into their amazing stories of survival and all the funny things this group of Little Penguins get up to.