Australia: The Wild Top End Unclassified: no age restrictions
Come on a visually stunning journey through one of the most remote areas on the planet: far Northern Australia. Narrated by Indigenous elder Balang T E Lewis, this inspiring documentary will take you on an adventure to explore the culture and wildlife of Australia’s remote wild north.
Far Northern Australia is a land of extremes, from bushfires to torrential floods. Explore the wildlife and meet the people in Australia’s wild top end, from the Kimberley coast through the mysterious Arnhem Land, and deep into the world’s oldest rainforest in Cape York.
Extraordinary visuals will transport audiences to pristine wilderness areas, where the oldest surviving human culture has lived for over 50,000 years. Learn about the lives of the inhabitants of this ancient landscape; follow the life cycle of the saltwater crocodile and the hunt for new frog species; explore a living cave with ancient Indigenous artwork; and observe the deep connection first Australians have with their land and country.