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The ABC's team of specialist reporters introduce you to the people and places that make up country Australia.

The ABC's team of specialist reporters introduce you to the people and places that make up country Australia.
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Australia

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The ABC's team of specialist reporters introduce you to the people and places that make up country Australia.

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English


Episodes

Citizens scientists look for mallee fowl and and kinder kids go bush

1/14/2018
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Citizen scientists are put to work at a fauna reserve in north-west Victoria; Natimuk pre-schoolers ditch the classroom for an outdoor bush kinder session; and we're off to an alpaca handling school.

Duration: 00:25:31


Crocs and cattle don't mix and new homes for rescue dogs

1/7/2018
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We go on crocodile patrol on Annaburroo Station in the Northern Territory; meet the volunteers behind a working dog rescue team; and check out a noisy tractor collection in Western Australia.

Duration: 00:25:31


Bush tucker in the home garden and growing edible flowers

12/24/2017
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Home gardeners are encouraged to grow edible native plants; we go in search of bush bananas; ugly and unwanted fruit and vegetables are turned into powder; and we visit an edible flower farm.

Duration: 00:25:31


Timorese workers pick territory mangoes and at 86 Ivan the butcher calls it a day

12/17/2017
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Timorese seasonal workers are picking mangoes in the territory; we visit a daylily farm; go on a wildlife boat tour; and Ivan McNally hangs up his butcher's apron aged 86.

Duration: 00:25:31


Protecting little tern sites and meet an 86-year-old stock agent

12/3/2017
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We look for nesting sites of the little tern; meet a former FIFO miner turned chicken farmer; open the gate to social farming; and pen up sheep with 86-year-old stock agent Linton Bradley.

Duration: 00:25:31


Stargazing in the outback and wombat cuddles on Flinders Island

11/26/2017
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We go stargazing in outback Queensland; find out about a ferret rescue society; cuddle wombats on Flinders Island; and go frogging in central Australia.

Duration: 00:25:31


Santa Teresa crosses go around the world and fishing for crays

11/19/2017
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Indigenous women hand paint religious crosses for sale around the world; endangered rock wallabies make a comeback in APY lands; we go in search of rock lobsters; and cook a carrot cake.

Duration: 00:25:31


Pitching in to help a mate and a golden era for appliances

11/12/2017
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Farmers pitch in to help a mate in need; we find out what's freer than free-range eggs; kindy kids parade their dairy calves; and tour a collection of pre-1980 electrical appliances.

Duration: 00:25:31


Picking mangoes for a cause and life on the show circuit

11/5/2017
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Picking mangoes for a cause; veteran vegie growers have no plans to retire; buy a beer and post a letter at the Cockburn Hotel; and Annette clocks up 57 years at the Maffra Show.

Duration: 00:25:31


Riding in a 'Mystery Road' TV shoot and editor plays the blues

10/29/2017
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Riding in a 'Mystery Road' film shoot; a blues guitarist runs the Bourke newspaper; rodeo bulls have an exercise regime; and its paddock to restaurant plate with a Chinese twist.

Duration: 00:25:31


Young bush detectives look for clues and feeding poddy lambs

10/22/2017
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We sharpen up the knives for a home butchering session; country kids become super sleuths at a science camp; and Lyn Wearing hand-rears poddy lambs on Elabe Station.

Duration: 00:25:31


Turning an orchard into an organic co-op and paddling the Darling River

10/15/2017
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An organic orchard turns itself into a farm co-op; a Swiss engineer makes boutique olive oil; the Australian Boys Choir sings in the outback; and we go paddling the Darling River.

Duration: 00:25:31


Meet buffalo catchers in the NT and volunteers at the Birdsville races

10/8/2017
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We meet feral buffalo catchers in the NT; hit the road with a travelling nun helping families in the bush; we plant vegies at Ellinbank Primary School; and volunteer at the Birdsville races.

Duration: 00:25:32


Bush school celebrates a milestone and battling the elements at Come by Chance

10/1/2017
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This week a remote one-teacher bush school celebrates a 50-year milestone; we go cruising for oysters; take a trip across the Hastings River; and battle the elements at the Come by Chance picnic races.

Duration: 00:25:31


Making a wildlife refuge and a working dog challenge

9/24/2017
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Wallamba Island is transformed from a dairy farm into a wildlife refuge; we cuddle camels at Gympie; make art from fruit and veg boxes; and check out a working dog challenge.

Duration: 00:25:31


A wheelchair in the shearing shed and breaking in brumbies

9/17/2017
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Nikki Towell doesn't let her wheelchair stop her working as a wool classer; we grow Asian vegies at Boon Luck Farm; train wild brumbies in the NT; and climb trees in Tasmania.

Duration: 00:25:31


Rebuilding boundary fences and harvesting Kimberley pearls

9/10/2017
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Volunteers held rebuild boundary fences after the Pinery bushfires; we tuck into saffron tea and scones; check out the Kimberley pearl harvest; and meet up and coming jockey Emma Bell.

Duration: 00:25:31


The marbled frogmouth makes a comeback and making crunchy coconut chips

9/3/2017
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A rare native night bird makes a comeback; we turn beach coconuts into crunchy chips; go snail farming in Victoria; and meet 92-year-old former vegetable grower, turned machinery collector, Bill Ashman.

Duration: 00:25:01


Citizen scientists look for new species and tractor trekking in the outback

8/27/2017
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Citizen scientists looks for new species; find out what it's like to be a rodeo clown; we make fruit and vegetable bouquets; and go tractor trekking in the footsteps of Burke and Wills.

Duration: 00:25:31


Digging for fossils and keeping bronco branding skills alive

8/6/2017
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We join a fossil dig in outback Queensland; they're keeping the art of bronco branding alive in Oodnadatta; Val Bragg's been breeding and showing poultry for the past 40 years; and we stop and smell the roses at Eudlo.

Duration: 00:25:31

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