Join Steve Backshall in uncharted territory to uncover the world’s last unknown places.
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Episode 3 Preview | Return of the Wet
Inland Kimberley is now so stiflingly hot, everything and everyone moves with caution.
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Episode 2 Preview | The Dry Season
It might be the dry season, but there's no rest in the outback.
Journey with the people and animals of Australia's Kimberley region.
Episode 1 Preview | The Kimberley Comes Alive
The Kimberley region in boasts some of the most spectacular wilderness in existence.
Aboriginal people have been burning the Kimberley landscape for thousands of years.
Clip: S1 | 2m 19s
When Albert Wiggan and his people walk their land, they're surrounded by ancestors.
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Mandy Watson has the best of both worlds – teacher by day and wildlife carer by night.
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A dam wall at Lake Kununurra has interfered with the barramundi's ancient breeding cycle.
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The Mudflats of Roebuck Bay
During high tide Roebuck Bay is teeming with life.
Clip: Ep3 | 1m 35s
Honest John and Steve Forrest on the pros and cons of gold fever in the Outback.
Clip: Ep3 | 2m 3s
Australia's cattle stations are the biggest in the world.
Clip: Ep2 | 3m 3s
Australia's Wild West
At Jubilee Downs Station and Halls Creek Rodeo, the Kimberley’s best cowboys hit the dust.
Clip: Ep2 | 2m 13s
Mandy Watson has nursed and released 586 kangaroos back into the wild.
Clip: Ep2 | 58s
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