Series 1 · Episode 4
Bill sails down the ancient tree-ed Huon River of pristine, isolated Tasmania, surrounding farmland abundant with the rosy crisp bounty of apple orchards.
Series 1 · Episode 5
In the Northern Territory, all kinds of culinary cultures collide; it is where South East Asia meets Australia, and indigenous Australians can live off the land and on traditional foods.
Series 1 · Episode 6
The yabbies are biting as the sun warms the remnants of the winter chill. The first buds of spring erupt, asparagus grow centimetres overnight and trees are laden with juicy cherries.
Series 1 · Episode 7
On his outback adventure we pick up Bill driving along a red and dusty pot-holed highway 200 odd kilometres north of Broome, WA. He’s heading for Cape Leveque on the Dampier Peninsular where, with the help of locals Dwes Wiggan and his uncle Chris Sampi (traditional owners of Ngamagkoon), he’s hoping to find some of Australia’s most delicious seafood.