Series 3 · Episode 1
Bender and Curtis swim with local kids in inland waterholes fed from freshwater springs plus check out the beaches and rocky out crops and expanses of white sand. The Tiwi people are famous for their paintings, carvings and their unique Pukumani burial poles.
Series 3 · Episode 2
Lake Argyle is 1000 sq kms in area, about 19 times the size of Sydney harbour. In fact it's so big, it is officially classed as an inland sea.
Series 3 · Episode 3
Noosa in South East Queensland, is one of Australia's best known beach resorts, but travel into the Noosa hinterland and you'll find a magical land of volcanic mountains, organic growers, tree-changers and some new-age hippies.
Series 3 · Episode 4
Two of the Australia's hunkiest celebrity chefs have once again escaped their London kitchens and headed back to their native Australia.
Series 3 · Episode 5
Less than an hours drive from Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is home of slow food and recognised as one of the world's great wine growing regions.
Series 3 · Episode 6
Just 35kms from Adelaide, is McLaren Vale on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Today there are 53 wineries in this region.
Series 3 · Episode 7
Cockburn Sound is 20 minutes south of the Port of Fremantle in Western Australia.
Series 3 · Episode 8
Esperance is on the south coast of Western Australia and overlooks almost 100 islands. A gentle-paced town, it's a port for agriculture and mining, and its pure crystal clear waters straight from the Antarctic are ideal breeding grounds for seafood, nature and surfers.