Aussie Bush Tales

May 2017

Season 1 Episode 8 - Boya's Pet Mud Crab

Expired 4.0 6 x
The children go down to the river to catch some mud crabs for dinner. Boya rescues a Joey kangaroo and makes a new friend. All their hard work is wasted as the mud crabs all get away except for one.

Season 1 Episode 7 - Desert Billy Goats

Expired 3.0 6 x
Elder Moort wanted goats milk to drink, he sent the boys into the gorges looking for a herd of goats. They brought back a billy goat. Elder Moort yelled out to the boys - 'This is not a milking goat!'

Season 1 Episode 6 - Run Echidna Run

Expired 3.0 9 x
The children walk among the termite mounds, they notice ants all over the ground, they wanted to catch an echidna for a stew. Then they heard a strange voice coming from the billabong.

Season 1 Episode 5 - Ouch! My Golden Toe

Expired 4.0 4 x
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush, he kicked his big toe on a rock hopping around on one foot he put his throbbing toe into the river.

Season 1 Episode 4 - Waa Whoo A White Dingo

Expired 4.0 6 x
The Aboriginal children come across a honey ants nest and eat the ants and the honey nectar went all over their faces. A white dingo puppy follows them to lick the nectar off their lips.

Season 1 Episode 3 - Go Bungarra Go

Expired 3.0 9 x
The Elder Moort was getting hungry for some Bungarra to eat, he sent the three Aboriginal boys to catch one. They were fooled by the old Bungarra and found a camel that was stuck in a rabbit warren.

Season 1 Episode 2 - Hot Emu Soup

Expired 4.0 9 x
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.

Season 1 Episode 1 - Three Didgeridoos

Expired 3.0 7 x
The Aboriginal boys find some eucalyptus branches and decide to make three didgeridoos that will have the most beautiful acoustic sounds in the land.
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