[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-a-song-for-backpackers” text=”Next – A song for Backpackers”] In Nimbin, the alternative capital of Australia, Mark interviews Michael Balderstone about what makes Nimbin so unique.
Cultural Ambassador, Paul sings a song to the backpackers at a hostel in Cape Tribulation. His Greendoor song tells the story of a country boy who moves to the city, and stops the country pursuit of ferreting.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-nimbin” text=”Next – Nimbin”] On the Gold Coast we Francis Leach of radio station Triple J.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-gold-coast” text=”Next – Gold Coast”] In Noosa we interview Guru Ian about the joys of living surfside.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-noosa-surfing-hippy-guru” text=”Next – Noosa Hippy Surfer”] We film Julien’s pissweak magic show at cape tribulation backpackers hostel. The trick involves a bottle of beer and a box of matches.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-english-backpackers-magic-show” text=”Next – Magic Show”] We asked an American backpacker what he thought of Australia and he told us a lovely story about Australian hospitality.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-australian-hospitality-to-tourists” text=”Next – Australian Hospitality”] Paul interviews Damien of the Daintree, who lives at Cape Tribulation. He uses tank water, no mains power, candles at night, and an outdoor bathtub with a wood fire underneath.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-living-in-the-daintree-rainforest” text=”Next – Living in the Daintree Rainforest”] At Borroloola we interview Willie Shadforth, Aboriginal owner of Seven Emus Cattle Station. Willie talks about Aboriginal Culture and traditions.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-aboriginal-culture-and-traditions” text=”Next – Aboriginal culture and tradition”] Paul learns about Jack the Ghost at the Mataranka Pub.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-the-ghost-at-the-mataranka-pub” text=”Next – Ghost at the Mataranka Pub”] Tex Morton, a retired stockman, gives his take on the government treatment of Aboriginals.