Tony Robinson's Time Walks


Season 1, Episode 1 (Fremantle)

3.0 131 x
The major port of Australia's remote west coast, Fremantle began life as a place of punishment. The magnificently preserved sandstone prison conceals a thousand stories. (Series Premiere)
Episodes 2016

Season 2, Episode 10 (Alice Springs)

3.0 138 x
Tony's last walk finishes at one of Central Australia's most spectacular natural landmarks. Alice Springs is a tiny speck in a vast, red, dry interior...but it's a fertile oasis of historical highlights. (Final)

Season 2, Episode 9 (Geelong)

1.5 251 x
Geelong missed out on being Victoria's capital thanks to a quirk of nature, but this beautiful seaside town doesn't lack for unusual history. Tony's walk around Geelong is one not to be missed.

Season 2, Episode 8 (Parramatta)

4.0 137 x
Sydney's city within a city, Parramatta has been home to some of Australia's most important colonial history. In modern times it has reinvented itself as a multicultural hub.

Season 2, Episode 7 (Townsville)

3.0 155 x
Tony's itchy feet take him to tropical Townsville. Plenty of war history here, but as usual, it's the hidden history that uncovers the not-so-well known side of a far North Queensland treasure.

Season 2, Episode 6 (Wellington)

3.0 62 x
Wellington, the tiny New Zealand capital perched at the bottom of the South Island is set to become the Hollywood of the Pacific, thanks to visionary filmmaker Sir Peter Jackson.

Season 2, Episode 5 (Barossa Valley)

3.0 206 x
Tony swaps his walking shoes for a steering wheel as he visits the beautiful towns & wineries of South Australia's Barossa Valley. Plenty of cracking good history makes Tony's journey one to savour.

Season 2, Episode 4 (Canberra)

3.0 293 x
If you thought Canberra was nothing but pollies and public buildings...think again. Tony's walk through the nation's bush capital proves that the city is chock-a-block with some very surprising hidden history.

Season 2, Episode 3 (Christchurch)

3.0 162 x
For 160 years, the green, garden city of Christchurch was the antipodean England. Two devastating earthquakes changed that forever, but they haven't destroyed the city's will.

Season 2, Episode 2 (Launceston)

3.0 554 x
Launceston was once a colonial powerhouse, home to explorers, farmers & entrepreneurs. Tony's walk proves that if you know where to look you can travel from ancient Aboriginal history through to modern day.