Border Security - Australia's Front Line

2020
21:00

Episode 13

3.7 517 x
Biosecurity stop a woman entering the country with some extremely dangerous and prohibited goods. A Chinese teacher says he is here for an 11 day holiday but his suitcase is void of clothing.
25:00

Episode 12

3.6 360 x
A passenger has declared only tobacco but it's clear straight away he isn't telling the whole truth. Border Force officers at the Sydney Mail Centre make an interesting find inside hydraulic pumps.
23:00

Episode 11

3.2 182 x
Officers want to know the reason for a French traveller's extremely nervous behaviour. Biosecurity officers find a disgusting concealment in the luggage of a woman arriving from Vietnam.
22:00

Episode 10

4.5 110 x
When a Chinese man is reluctant to answer officer's questions, they soon realise he's covering for a partner in crime. What a man has hidden in his bag could have a devastating effect on biosecurity.
21:00

Episode 9

4.0 144 x
An American man makes a shocking confession in one of Borders most dramatic busts. A strange package from Russia is found to contain an extremely rare and unusual item.
Episodes 2019
22:00

Episode 8

4.5 699 x
A convicted drug smuggler returns to Australia for the first time since his arrest 15 years ago. The special investigations unit execute a dramatic raid on a storage facility.
24:00

Episode 7

4.5 289 x
A Brazilian woman arriving from New Zealand is caught with what looks like an implement to snort cocaine. Border Force execute a warrant in search of a Sri Lankan man they think is here illegally.
22:00

Episode 6 - 17 Jul 2019

4.3 218 x
Go behind the scenes of Australia's customs, quarantine and immigration departments.
22:00

Episode 4

4.7 240 x
Go behind the scenes of Australia's customs, quarantine and immigration departments.
22:00

Episode 3

Expired 3.0 209 x
Officers come across a box from Malaysia that seems a little unusual and reveals something frightening. Officer Shane investigates a delivery of chip packets that contain something less than savoury.
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