Coast Australia
Season 2: Ep: 1 "Victoria"
Coast is back! Neil Oliver and a team of local experts will travel to eight regions of Australia to discover Australia’s spectacular coastline. In the second season, Coast Australia travels along the Bass Strait coast of Victoria, into South Australia, Northern New South Wales, South Western Australia, the Torres Strait, remote Norfolk Island, Southern New South Wales and finally to the ochre rocks of the Pilbara. It is another fascinating adventure around the continent, to discover the history, the science and the stories of its people.
Episodes
Ep 1
Victoria
Watch Until June 25, 7:00pm
Ep 2
South Australia
Watch Until July 2, 7:00pm
Ep 3
Northern New South Wales
Watch Until July 9, 7:00pm
Ep 4
South Western Australia
Watch Until July 16, 7:00pm
Ep 5
Torres Strait
Watch Until July 23, 7:00pm
Ep 6
Norfolk Island
Watch June 30, 7:00pm
Ep 7
Southern New South Wales
Watch July 7, 7:00pm
Ep 8
Pilbara
Watch July 14, 7:00pm
Victoria
Neil visits the isolated island known as Skull Rock. At Cheviot Beach, Alice recounts the fateful day Australia lost its Prime Minister to these waters. (1 of 8)
South Australia
Emma dives deep into the underwater caverns of the Limestone Coast. Neil examines new archaeological evidence of a wild fur trade on remote Kangaroo Island. (2 of 8)
Northern New South Wales
Neil unearths the surprisingly dirty history of much-loved Byron Bay, while Tim uncovers the world's longest recorded unbroken raft journey. (3 of 8)
South Western Australia
Neil learns of the professional triumph and personal tragedy behind the construction of Fremantle Harbour. Emma heads to Cockburn Sound to explore the world's first fully-submerged, large-scale wave energy conversion project. (4 of 8)
Torres Strait
Neil arrives on Horn Island to uncover the role of Australia’s only indigenous battalion, a World War II fighting force of Torres Strait Islanders. On Yam and Tudu Islands, Tim is on the trail of fearsome headhunters, while Alice joins an unusual border patrol on Saibai Island. (5 of 8)
Norfolk Island
On Mount Bates, Emma uncovers the role of the island in the birth of radio astronomy, and Brendan explores the dangerous job of unloading vital supplies on an island without a harbour. (6 of 8)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Fri Jun 30, 7:00pm
Southern New South Wales
In Callala Bay, Tim uncovers the life-saving properties of seaweed. On Gabo Island, Emma witnesses a secret method for growing unusual pearls in wild abalone. (7 of 8)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Fri Jul 7, 7:00pm
Pilbara
Emma travels to Dampier to dig into the world's largest solar salt operation, and Tim explores the highest concentration of rock art in the world. At Cape Keraudren, Neil revisits the scene of a scientific expedition to prove Einstein's Theory of Relativity. (8 of 8)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Fri Jul 14, 7:00pm