Travel Oz is a brilliant TV show/documentary that screens on ViewLorium; this is a 10 part series starring Greg Grainger. We join him on his many travels around Australia – including along the Murray River.
This epic 2520km journey begins at the rivers source at Cowombat Flat to the sea – near Goolwa in South Australia. The Murray River divides the borders of New South Wales and Victoria. Just 40 kilometres from Mt Kosciusko – Australia’s highest peak the snow is falling as Greg discovers the headwaters of the Murray River, moving through *the Man from Snowy River* country to the upper Murray and Lake Hume. You’ll see Australia’s diverse *food bowl*, local communities, orchards, wineries, Murray Cod nurseries and much more.
In Echuca see the largest paddle steamer fleet and experience the peace and tranquillity of house boating on the Murray River. In Mildura you’ll meet legendary chef Stefano de Pieri and explore the Perry Sandhills with local Paakantji Aboriginal guide Graham Clarke from Harry Nanya, and kayak through the stunning biosphere near Renmark Paringa in South Australia.
As the Murray River heads south from the great nor’ west bend at Morgan, Greg shows you Lock No 1 with it unique fish ladder and in Big Bend, the stunning golden ancient limestone cliffs. Greg encounters some local seals as he completes his Murray River journey by paddling out to the Southern Ocean and Encounter Bay.
Why not take the time to join with Greg for this wonderful and uniquely Australian river experience along the Murray River.
Some of the highlights of just this one episode include
- A forest of dead red gums on the Hume Weir that is both beautiful and eerie
- A cattle roundup with a horse riding family in the Upper Murray
- Exploring the tunnels and watching the release of water at the Hume Weir
- Travelling on paddle steamers and seeing them being restored
- Kayaking the Biosphere near Renmark Paringa
- Seeing many of the amazing *Characters* Greg meets along the way
- Cooking with master chef Stefani de Pieri
- The farmers who raise everything from oranges and mandarins to sheep and Murray Cod
- The locks, the lock masters and the fish ladders
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At ViewLorium we have a wide range of free TV shows online available for you to watch 24/7. With no lock in contracts ViewLorium offers you the best way to watch movies and TV shows online for free. Some of our best TV documentaries include –
Jeff Watson’s The Boneyard – This documentary has been lovingly put together by Jeff Watson – broadcaster journalist and self confessed *aeroplane tragic*. Having flown over 60 different aircraft, Jeff’s production company specialises exclusively in documentaries on aviation. Some of his other well known documentaries include- Classic Aeroplanes In Australia, The Ansett Story and The Last Plane Out Of Berlin.
The Boneyard is in the Davis-Monthan Air force Base in Tucson, Arizona and is the name given to the US Air Force aircraft maintenance and storage facility there. Watch as Jeff wanders around over 4400 aircraft that just sit there in the desert until needed for spare parts.
You’ll soon see as the camera pans around all of these very carefully parked aircraft that if you are an aeroplane enthusiast the Davis-Monthan is definitely the place for you and if you love aircraft the Boneyard documentary on ViewLorium is for you.
Ben Cropps Wild Australia – Vanishing Grey Nurse Sharks. Without a doubt Australia’s grey nurse shark population is declining and is on the brink of extinction. It began during the 1960’s when shark netting programmes began catching hundreds of local grey nurse sharks. At the same time a new *sport* was born – shark hunting which targeted the slow moving grey nurse sharks that hunted off the NSW coast.
Ben Cropp is your host for this thrilling documentary which is brilliant as Ben was once a shark hunter who swapped his spears for a camera and began capturing the majestic grey nurse shark on camera rather than killing them.
There are 57 known *shark gutters* along the NSW coast where thousands of grey nurse sharks are schooled, the once thriving population is now falling. Not helping is the very strange natural reproduction system of the shark. The most advanced embryo in each of the shark’s two uteri will actually eat all the remaining embryos – this process is called intrauterine cannibalism.
Ben Cropp knows these sharks well and he knows where they live from his shark hunting days, these days he returns to the areas to study and film their behaviour. Within just a few kilometres of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Ben finds a family of grey nurse sharks living in a cave just meters from shore.
Learn more about these amazing creatures at ViewLorium this documentary and many more are available to watch free TV on line 24/7. Watch when YOU want to watch it!
ViewLorium is pleased to bring some great free TV shows to our viewers and Australia’s Deadliest Destinations is one of our most popular.
Australia’s Deadliest Destinations is a series of 7 documentaries that feature some of the most remote and unforgiving landscapes Australia has to offer. Greg Grainger has documented some of the most chilling stories you will ever see from stories of assaults and escapes, crocodiles and snakes, to the world’s largest bird – the Cassowary to the smallest ants that will swarm like an army. Australia is a land of lethal creatures and stories of amazing survival.
In this series you’ll see everything – amazing landscapes – coral reefs, snowfields, deserts and wetlands all filled with deadly creatures. You’ll meet the characters who live and work in these remote beautiful and inhospitable areas – how they work there and how they handle these killers.
Some of the highlights –
- A great white shark biting an inflatable on the Ningaloo River
- A snake wrangler being bitten on the nose by a deadly king brown snake
- A giant 4 meter crocodile jumping from the water snapping its jaws shut, destroying the camera and almost pulling the cameraman into the water.
The series features –
- The Simpson Desert – The driest place in Australia – walk with an explorer in 60-degrees Celsius temperatures from one side of the desert to the other
- The Great Barrier Reef – home to some of the world’s deadliest creatures – Tiger sharks, toxic cone shells and box jellyfish in one of the world’s most beautiful places.
- Snow and Survival – conditions during a mid-winter blizzard in Australia can still be dangerous with an adventurer trapped inside a collapsed snow cave.
- Kakadu – watch Aboriginals hunt for wild snakes in a billabong full of birds, all while trying to avoid crocodiles.
- Northern Rainforests – Visit the rainforests of far north Queensland they are both beautiful and deadly, filled with giant spiders and cassowaries that are so aggressive they can rip a man’s chest open with their dagger like claws.
- The Kimberly – here you get to meet a family that catches crocodiles by hand, watch as wild inland bulls are pursued and captured and see emus that can cause serious injuries and even death. While back on the coast Irakandji jellyfish chase, catch and paralyse their prey.
- Ningaloo Reef – this wild and very unique coral reef is home to enormous sea snakes the most venomous snakes in the world and the great white shark.
If you are looking for excitement – you’ll find it watching this TV series online through ViewLorium.