Coast Australia: Series 3
Neil Oliver returns for the third series and with his team of co-presenters gather stories about the history, the people, the archaeology, the geography and the marine life, investigating interesting and little known facts along the way.
Part 1: Albany to Esperance
Neil Oliver heads offshore on the trail of the most majestic sea creature the mighty orca and examines the notion that the ANZAC sprit was forged- not on the beaches of Gallipoli- but in Albany.
Part 2: Lord Howe Island to Hawkesbury
Neil Oliver travels to the heritage listed treasure of Lord Howe Island in search of the worlds rarest insect before meeting some curious sea birds endemic to the island.
Part 3: The Northern Kimberley
Neil Oliver visits Australians secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire.
Part 4: Port Melbourne to Portland
Neil Oliver and the team journey along Victorians fabled shipwreck coast to discover a diverse collection of stories from the deep-and shallow
Part 5: Cooktown to Townville
Neil Oliver finds out how captain cook resolved the crisis that cape tribulation is named. And then indigenous story of his lucky landing on sacred round
Part 6: Botany Bay to the Shoalhaven
From the engineering wonder of the Seacliff bridge to pivotal moments in aviation history, this episode charts a densely populated coastline with stories that brim with new insights and captivating beauty
Part 7: Tasmanias Coast and Bass Strait Islands
Neil and the team journey along Tasmanias north coast and offshore islands collecting some of the cleanest air in the world in the name of science along the way
Part 8: Port Lincoln to Adelaide
Neil and the team embrace the rich colours and stories from where the desert meets the see. On Spencer gulf distinguished scientist, professor Tim Flannery finds food to feed the world