Back Roads

Season 8

Season 8, Episode 16 - King Island, Tas

4.0 74 x
Heather Ewart heads to King Island, in Bass Strait half-way between Tasmania and Victoria. A place famous for cheese, seafood and the treacherous Roaring 40's winds, she finds out why many who've left are coming back. (Final)

Season 8, Episode 15 - Pinnaroo, Sa

4.5 126 x
Guest Presenter Kerry Staight travels to Pinnaroo in South Australia, a town that is putting the health and happiness of its people above everything else.

Season 8, Episode 14 - Leonora, Wa

4.0 97 x
Heather Ewart travels to Leonora in the goldfields of WA. 800km north-east of Perth, its home to Australia's richest road mile running race and where heptathlete-turned-bobsleigh Winter Olympian Kiara Reddingius was raised.

Season 8, Episode 13 - French Island, Vic

2.0 174 x
Guest Presenter Lisa Millar goes on an adventure to Victoria's French Island. World renowned as a haven for many bird, animal and plant species - it is a Noah's ark of diversity.

Season 8, Episode 12 - Tumut, Nsw

4.3 137 x
The Snowy Valleys come alive to the sound of music and traditions, old and new, bring a community together and heal the wounds of the past.

Season 8, Episode 11 - Hebel, Qld

4.0 67 x
Heather Ewart travels to the border town of Hebel in south-west Queensland, a little place with a big heart, where folk look for a silver lining in the toughest of times.

Season 8, Episode 10 - Katherine, Nt

4.5 117 x
A unique insight into the NT town of Katherine, where blakfella and whitefella walk together. With Bardi-Kidja guest presenter Albert Wiggan.

Season 8, Episode 9 - Leeton, Nsw

3.0 190 x
Back Roads kicks off its Winter series in the vibrant multicultural town of Leeton, in NSW's Riverina region.

Season 8, Episode 6 - Port Campbell, Vic

4.3 64 x
Heather Ewart sets course for Port Campbell on Victoria's Shipwreck Coast, known for its wild weather and dangerous seas.

Season 8, Episode 2 - Tom Price, Wa

4.2 54 x
There are unexpected encounters when colourful South Pacific and traditional cultures kick up the red dust of the Pilbara as Back Roads heads to the town of Tom Price in Western Australia.