Bushwhacked!

July 2019
24:00

Season 3, Episode 32 (Croc Eggs)

3.0 4 x
Join Kayne and Kamil on a Top End croc tale tinged with urgency and jeopardy as they endeavour to relocate croc eggs before the wet swashes them away and the mother croc sees them.
24:00

Season 3, Episode 31 (Croc Island Rangers)

3.0 1 x
Our hosts head to the remote Crocodile Islands located off the coast of North East Arnhem Land where they meet up with the Crocodile Island Rangers.
24:00

Season 3, Episode 30 (Albino Kangaroo)

4.0 3 x
It's a mission that smacks of a needle in a haystack when the boys take to the skies of Canberra in a hot-air balloon to spot an incredibly elusive and rare Albino Kangaroo.
24:00

Season 3, Episode 29 (Humpback Whale)

3.0 0 x
The boys go in search of the Humpback Whale along the beautiful Noosa coastline and Kayne gets a shower he won't be forgetting in a hurry.
25:00

Season 3, Episode 28 (Pygmy Crocs)

3.0 0 x
Bushwhacked's intrepid hosts are on a mission to the Bullo river in the Northern Territory to explore the potential new croc species - the Freshwater Pygmy Crocodile.
24:00

Season 3, Episode 27 (Wedge-tailed Eagle)

3.0 4 x
Kayne is ready to brave Kamil's new round of bigger and bolder adrenalin-fuelled outback missions in the third series of Bushwhacked!
June 2019
24:00

Season 3, Episode 38 (Cone Snails)

3.0 2 x
Our intrepid hosts, Kamil and Kayne take an epic journey to the sea floor to carry out research on the 'silent assassin', the deadly Cone Snail.
25:00

Season 3, Episode 37 (Hairy-nosed Wombats)

3.0 3 x
Kayne and Kamil travel to central Queensland to hopefully find the once thought extinct, but still critically endangered and extremely rare Hairy-Nosed Wombat for a nose-tickling mission.
25:00

Season 3, Episode 36 (Wolf Spider)

3.0 4 x
Kayne and Kamil investigate the world of the wolf spider, this eight-eyed hunter isn't like most spiders.
25:00

Season 3, Episode 35 (Platypus)

3.0 0 x
Kayne and Kamil travel to Tasmania to undertake some Platypus population research and to shed light on the little but dangerous characteristic of this lovable species.
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