[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.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-government-treatment-of-aborginals” text=”Next – Government treatment of Aborigines”] Paul tries taking a photo of a frilled neck Lizard and is attacked by it. [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-irish-opinion-of-australian-culture” text=”Next – Irish opinion of Australians”] In Darwin, Paul gets a more professional haircut so as people take him more seriously when he interviews them. [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-aboriginal-problems-and-solutions” text=”Next – Aboriginal problems and solutions”] Paul has a yarn with Lachie from the Daly Waters Hotel, a real outback character. Lachie explains what ‘Territoritis’ is. We think he might have had it! [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-daly-waters-pub” text=”Next – Daley Waters Pub”] Wycliffe Well is one of the top four locations in the world, known for its regular UFO sightings. The Overlanders talk with Lew Farkas about the sightings, and possible US military involvement relating to the Pine Gap ground satellite station.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-ufos-sightings-wycliffe-well” text=”Next-Wycliffe Well, UFO sightings”] In the middle of the outback, the Overlanders meet a couple from Holland riding their bikes around the world. We meet them between Darwin and Alice Springs. They say this part of their journey is the hottest they have experienced. [ratings]
Retired Outback Policeman, Bob Darken tells the story of making first contact with the last of an Aboriginal Tribe he met in the remote Outback. [ratings]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-outback-tourism-pioneer” text=”Next – Outback Pioneer”] Paul interviews Rollie, a sunglass wearing hitchhiker we meet at midnight on a quiet outback road. [ratings]