Ep. 8 - Adelaide to Port Lincoln

Coast Australia

The team embraces the rich colours and stories from where the desert meets the sea. Neil Oliver tries fishing with a pole and a line, and meets the pioneers who began the industry that made Port Lincoln rich. On the Spencer Gulf, scientist Tim Flannery finds food to feed the world in a horticultural experiment powered by the sun and the sea. And marine ecologist Emma Johnston has an intriguing visit to a whale-sized morgue.
Aired:
Feb 22, 2021
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Mar 21, 2021
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