Journey with the people and animals of Australia’s Kimberley region in North West Australia: a vast, rugged and remote wilderness, bursting with character.Program Website
A dam wall at Lake Kununurra has interfered with the barramundi's ancient breeding cycle.
During high tide Roebuck Bay is teeming with life.
Honest John and Steve Forrest on the pros and cons of gold fever in the Outback.
Mandy Watson has nursed and released 586 kangaroos back into the wild.
At Jubilee Downs Station and Halls Creek Rodeo, the Kimberley’s best cowboys hit the dust.
Australia's cattle stations are the biggest in the world.
When Albert Wiggan and his people walk their land, they're surrounded by ancestors.