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Coast Australia Series 2

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Coast Australia: Series 2
Seashore Australia is bet on a support. Historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver returns to befall eight more spectacular coastlines around this humongous and overdone debark. Joined by nearby experts, Neil and the yoke set out to seizure the overwhelming contrast around the apprehensive of a grassy surroundings built on an antiquated debark: its people, their narration, and its many not incongruous wonders.

1) Skull Shake Up
In this hole happening, Neil Oliver becomes one of only five people known to have set foot on the cut off archipelago known as Skull Shake Up. At Eagle«s Snuggery, explorer Professor Tim Flannery delves into prehistory, revealing his own r in discovering Australia»s antithetical dinosaurs. Historian Dr Alice Cache visits Victoria's ignominious Cheviot Seashore, reliving the catastrophic day Australia baffled its prime preacher to these waters. Neil travels to Phillip Archipelago, and reveals how an unrestricted municipality was removed to economize the penguins. View architect Brendan Moar tackles the double-dealing play of Blo-Karting along the hell for leather sands of Waratah Bay. On the Gippsland Lakes, seafaring ecologist Professor Emma Johnston hunts for a traffic-mark new species of dolphin, and when all is said Neil takes to the skies with aviatrix Judy Pay for an unforgettable assignment of the Bass Dilemma seashore in a fully-restored warbird.

2) Scrap Bay
In this week«s progress, Neil takes to the air on an RAAF training vocation to try and do away with submarine invaders. Palaeontologist and explorer Professor Tim Flannery has a stuffy scrap with narration as he uncovers an unlikely assignation between two French and English navigators at Scrap Bay. View architect Brendan Moar visits the cantankerous Coorong to recollect the terrain-breaking Australian mist Sleet Boy. Neil investigates the stalk to marmalade Adelaide»s old woman-embark, freshly saved from Scottish breakup. Seafaring ecologist Professor Emma Johnston dives chasmic into the spectacular underwater caverns of the Limestone Seashore. In Trappings, historian Dr Alice Cache gets a soup of how Victoria's gold uncomplicated was the making of this coastal municipality across the abut on, and Neil examines new archaeological manifest of a excited fur traffic that sprung up on slim Kangaroo Archipelago, and its enduring colliding on the imperilled sea lions of Seal Bay.

3) Byron Bay
Neil Oliver unearths the surprisingly sooty narration of much-loved Byron Bay. Professor Tim Flannery uncovers the world's longest recorded unbroken raft progress. Neil investigates a war that the authorities were tenacious to complete up at legendary intimate sell for. In the lyrical seaside municipality of Woolgoolga, view architect Brendan Moar uncovers the celebrated roots of the largest regional residents of Sikhs in the surroundings. Off the seashore of Coffs Hold, Dr Xanthe Mallett floors it with 600 horsepower of high-frequency-octane go like a bat out of hell. Professor Emma Johnston comes expression to expression with a drab breast-feed shark. At South West Rocks, historian Dr Alice Cache discovers the surprising high-frequency intercourse created by German internees during In Every Respect War II. And in the name of art, Neil launches a delving projectile into the East Australian Current.

4) Augusta
Neil Oliver travels from Perth to Augusta. He begins in the rigging of the Duyfken, a carbon copy 16th Century Dutch embark, the first known European container to befall Australia. Professor Emma Johnston heads to Cockburn Check Out to reconnoitre the world's first fully-submerged, obese-escalade sway dynamism conversion shoot. Neil learns of the proficient conquer and intimate catastrophe behind the construction of Fremantle Hold. Dr Xanthe Mallett joins the Honky-Tonk Company off Dunsborough for an effect in underwater company retrieval. Neil retraces the steps of six Irish prisoners of morality whose adventurous away off Rockingham seashore nearly triggered a war with the Partnership States. Tim Flannery travels to the vineyards of Margaret River to see if he can soup the maritime clime in its signature shed. Neil Oliver discovers the bring to perfection Seashore mechanism to gad about in, while Alice Cache visits a wee coastal chapel in Prevelly to reconnoitre its relationship to a wartime narration of denial on Crete. When All Is Said Brendan Moar journeys to Augusta to jeopardize the intestinal fortitude of a legendary take the lead and her legacy as a in every respect-caste botanical collector.

5) Horn Archipelago
Neil travels to Horn Archipelago in Australia«s unique north to uncover the r of Australia»s only natural battalion, a Second In Every Respect War fighting put the squeeze on someone of Torres Dilemma Islanders. On Dominion Archipelago Tim Flannery stands where James Cook when all is said claimed Australia for Legendary Britain, and discovers the riches that he missed. Xanthe Mallett ventures into the treacherous Adolphus Approach, the view of Queensland«s worst peacetime maritime d. Neil Oliver visits Mer Archipelago to tell the way of life story of its most legendary son, Eddie Mabo, who spearheaded Australia»s debark rights« mutiny. On Yam and Tudu Islands Tim Flannery is on the follow of daunting headhunters to excavate the importance of their celebrated vocation. Alice Cache joins an unique abut on rounds on Saibai Archipelago, less than four kilometres from Papua New Guinea, and when all is said Neil Oliver meets the Torres Strait»s most evident musician, who started recording at the age of 70.

6) Norfolk Archipelago
On this palatial grassy archipelago, 1,500 kilometres from the mainland, Neil Oliver wanders amidst punitive ruins as he discovers the inspiring legacies of two celebrated figures; the first an fearless captive, and the second a reforming commandant. Alice Cache meets descendants of the legendary mutineers on the Beneficence at their annual holy day and witnesses their cultural estate in filled vibration. In the raceway to economize one of the world's most imperilled birds, Tim Flannery finds an archipelago ark in the making on adjacent Phillip Archipelago. On Mount Bates, Emma Johnston uncovers the r of the archipelago in the nativity of boom box astronomy. Neil Oliver tests his mettle with a spread of nearby reverie fish, claimed to cause LSD-like hallucinations, and Brendan Moar explores the harmful job of unloading vivifying supplies on an archipelago without a hold.

7) Southern New South Wales
In this week«s progress, from Seven Mile Seashore to Gabo Archipelago, Neil Oliver discovers the final engineering errors behind Mantle St George Lighthouse that cursed Tearing Down Bay for four decades. In Callala Bay, Tim Flannery uncovers the way of life-compensatory properties of seaweed. On Gabo Archipelago, Emma Johnston witnesses a confidential matter method for growing unique pearls in excited abalone. In Eden, Neil investigates the really behind the folktale of Old Tom, the country»s most legendary gunsel whale. Alice Cache revisits the out of sorts-shell detestation of the 1998 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Raceway, which became a raceway for survival. Tim Flannery unearths a ruined of baffled British valuables that went down with the Cumberland embark in In Every Respect War I. In the untroubled municipality of Currarong, Brendan Moar explores a century-old devotion of coastal-gazing, and the great fibro seashore auditorium. When All Is Said Neil recreates the legendary age of go like a bat out of hell, racing choice cars along their old stomping terrain of Seven Mile Seashore.

8) Pilbara
Tim Flannery begins this North-Western feat in the slim Montebello Islands, where he finds manifest of British atomic testing from 1952. Neil Oliver boards an iron ore transmitter to detect only a paltry rim of mistake allowed in docking and loading these gigantic vessels. Emma Johnston travels to Dampier to dig into the world«s largest solar punch functional. Tim Flannery explores the highest concentration of shake up art in the in every respect in an antiquated gallery off the Burrup Peninsula. Emma Johnston blends art and art in Anchorage Hedland»s intertidal reefs. At the former anchorage of Condon, Neil discovers the georgic narration of a wool traffic in the dominion, and then takes to the air above De Drab Spot to appreciate the challenges of a one million acre debark with coastal frontage. When All Is Said, at Mantle Keraudren, Neil revisits the view of an notable systematic excursion to result Einstein's Theory of Relativity.


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* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3013 Kbps
* Video Exposure Correspondence: 1.778 (16:9)
* Video Stick-To-It-Iveness: 1280 x 720
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/sVBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Convenience Way Of Life: 50mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Bevy of Parts: 8
* Container Mp4
* Surrender Greatness: 1.10 GB
* Provenience: HDTV
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Merged Subtitles


1) Further Data

2) Mutual Documentaries
* Coast Australia Series1
* Coast: Australia

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