Australia Day

We're celebrating Australia Day with these amazing stories straight from Down Under.

    • 50m
    • 97%

    If Australia makes you think of beaches and BBQs, cricket, and cork hats, you haven’t seen anything yet. Giant deserts, ancient rainforest, tropical coasts, and mystical rock formations. Not to mention, some of the weirdest and most wonderful animals on the planet.

    • 50m
    • 97%

    Few countries have a more iconic representative in the animal kingdom than Australia and the marsupial. Marsupials are a weird and wonderful mob of animals who carry their young in a pouch. Whether hopping, climbing, or airborne, marsupials are some of the most fascinating creatures.

    • E4
    • 26m
    • 96%

    In 1415, the Portuguese launch an era of explorations that will lead to the European discovery of the world. The competition is intense between France and the United Kingdom for the possession of North America and the West Indies for the Indian colonies, but also for Science.

    • E18
    • 20m
    • 100%

    G’day mates, this countdown is heading Down Under to meet up with Australia’s rare and wonderful creatures! From Dingoes and Devils, to Kangaroos and Cassowaries, come along for an Australian odyssey as Jungle Jack counts them down to number one!

    • E3
    • 36m
    • 97%

    Arguably in the top three on everyone's list of "cutest animals", the koala lives a sleep-filled life. This film follows the koala community of Otway Forest, south of Melbourne, Australia. How do koalas behave? -- and when are they awake?

    • 49m
    • 98%

    Australia is known for its sun-kissed beaches, however the 2,500 miles between the coasts are made up of a patchwork of contrasting landscapes: tropical rainforests, snow-capped mountains, dry woodlands, giant wetlands, tropical reefs, and hostile desert.

    • 55m
    • 96%
    • 4K

    The world’s largest coral reef ranges over 2,000 kilometers off the coast of Australia. Magnificent spectacles unfold here every summer. Tens of thousands of green sea turtles come ashore under the star-filled sky to lay eggs. And we capture some 100 varieties of coral all spawning at once.

    • 4 episodes
    • 91%

    This fascinating treasure trove of the best available film digs into Australia’s social, political and economic history.

    • 4 episodes
    • 96%

    When color is applied to the black and white footage of Australia’s film archives, the footage comes to life in a way never seen before.

    • 6 episodes
    • 96%

    Each film tells a single story. But when combined, Wild Tales become a series that is as beguiling and diverse as nature itself.