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Wild Kimberley [electronic resource]

Known as Australia's Wild West, the Kimberley region is our destination in this episode. As one of the last true wild frontiers, the Kimberley is so immense it could be explored in a range of fascinating ways. Lin Sutherland jumps aboard the eco-certified, luxurious Kimberley Quest vessel to explore the Kimberley from the ocean, then by coach to view the incredible inland landscapes, before finding the perfect resort in the heart of the Kimberley.
Online
2009
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The Tropical North [electronic resource]

This episode journeys to the stunning Daintree National Park, located in tropical North Queensland, Australia. Join Lin Sutherland as she hikes through the breathtaking scenery of the world's oldest rain forest, gets pampered under crystal clear springwater, meets the smiling local crocodile residents, and experiences the best in eco-travel within this magical area.
Online
2009
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Northern New South Wales [electronic resource]

Situated on Australia's eastern coast is one of the most beautiful places in Australia: northern New South Wales. Here, the Pacific Ocean rolls into the spectacular shoreline and national parks protect coastal and hinterland forests. In this episode, Lin Sutherland visits lush World Heritage-listed rain forests, relaxes at a renowned spa resort, experiences the organic feel of Byron Bay, and tries a few extreme sports.
Online
2009
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Southeast Magic [electronic resource]

Australia's Southeast Queensland attracts visitors from every corner of the globe. With one of the world's most consistent climates, it boasts 300 days of sunshine a year. This sunshine has sculpted the landscape with lush forests and golden beaches. In this episode, Lin Sutherland hikes through verdant World Heritage-listed rain forests, visits a renowned eco-resort, meets the wonderful migrating humpback whales, tries a few extreme sports, and explores the amazing Moreton Bay.
Online
2009
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Eco Queensland [electronic resource]

This episode features eco-expeditions in Australia's Queensland. Join Lin Sutherland as she explores the beautiful southern subtropical rain forests of the Gold Coast hinterland, swims with dolphins at Sea World, meets the local wildlife characters to the west of Cairns, and relaxes in one of Australia's lushest tropical paradises.
Online
2009
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Eco East Coast [electronic resource]

The east coast of Australia has much to offer the eco-traveler, as this episode unveils through journeys to Lane Cove National Park - less than seven miles from the heart of Sydney, yet a world away from the urban hustle and bustle. Host Lin Sutherland then tries her hand at white-water rafting on the beautiful Tully River before experiencing the Aboriginal culture and beauty offered by Australian Eco Adventures.
Online
2009
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Iconic Australia [electronic resource]

Australia has stunning, iconic destinations - and in this episode, host Lin Sutherland explores the dramatic scenery of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria and Nitmiluk National Park in the Northern Territory. Join her as she helicopters, hikes, paddles, and tours around these world-renowned locations.
Online
2009
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Gold Coast [electronic resource]

Australia's Gold Coast is known for its big city glamour, but Lin Sutherland goes behind the high-rises to explore the region's remarkable natural environment. From the stunning beaches to the World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, she showcases a community that strives to conserve nature's green and gold assets, for which so many people travel across the globe to see.
Online
2009
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Eyre Peninsula [electronic resource]

The wild and rugged Eyre Peninsula is located in South Australia. This episode follows Lin Sutherland as she explores the beauty of this peninsula before getting up close and personal with tuna and sea lions. Later she joins world-famous shark expert Rodney Fox to examine a great white shark.
Online
2009
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National Landscapes [electronic resource]

Australia has recently blended tourism and conservation in declaring key areas as National Landscapes. In this episode, Lin Sutherland explores two of these landscapes: Australia's Green Cauldron and the Flinders Ranges.
Online
2009
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Kangaroo Island [electronic resource]

Australia's third largest island, known as Kangaroo Island, is a nature lovers' playground. Join Lin Sutherland as she explores this dramatic landscape, encounters the incredible wildlife that makes it a world-class destination, and unveils the tourism and conservation efforts that are assisting endangered marine and wildlife.
Online
2009
12.

Queensland Marine [electronic resource]

Join Lin Sutherland at three of Queensland's top marine destinations - as she goes diving early shipwrecks on the Great Barrier Reef, sailing the Whitsunday Islands, and exploring the second largest sand island in the world with its amazing marine life encounters.
Online
2009
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Christmas Island [electronic resource]

This episode travels to one of Australia's most remote destinations: Christmas Island. Host Lin Sutherland has come to experience some of the island's most incredible wildlife - whale sharks, dolphins, and sharks - while exploring the stunning coral reefs. But the highlight of the trip is being surrounded by thousands of marching crabs in what is truly a remarkable wildlife migration.
Online
2009
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Wildlife Conservation [electronic resource]

As climate change intensifies globally, Australia is hit with one of the worst environmental disasters it has ever seen: ferocious bushfires that rip through the countryside, killing hundreds of people and devastating tens of thousands of acres of natural forests. Host Lin Sutherland travels to Victoria to show how these fires affect wildlife. She then teams up with the amazing rescue crews of Wildlife Victoria to try to bring some hope to the devastated region.
Online
2009
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Northern Territory [electronic resource]

This episode explores Australia's top end: the Northern Territory. Host Lin Sutherland helicopters through some of the country's most stunning canyons and then explores the changing terrain of Kakadu National Park. With the wet season in swing, Lin sees plains in full flood, encounters crocodiles, and learns about the indigenous culture hidden within the rocky escarpment - all the while discovering some of Australia's wildest and most beautiful countryside.
Online
2009