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#02 Australias North West (doc)

Let us take you on a journey through the towns of the North West of Western Australia.
We follow the road from Dampier to Karratha through to Port Hedland - the gateway to the world for Australias rich resources.
We visit the exciting town of Broome and revel in its history of Pearl Luggers and Pearl Farming and a myriad of intriguing attractions.
We portry the magnificent and infamous Horizontal Falls and proceed to the town of Derby where we experience the festival atmosphere of a huge King Tide celebration.
Next stop: Fitzroy Crossing - a town that exemplifies the origin of farming in the Kimberley and the true feats that were surmounted.
Then on to HALLS CREEK where you will see the remains of the original gold mining town.
Exciting El Questro is an exhilarating destination offering the ultimate Kimberley experience.
In Kununurra - this fabulous town with its kaleidoscope of vistas and experiences to soak in, is shown in all its beauty.
No visit to the north of Western Australia is complete without seeing Lake Argyle - this immense man-made lake is the life line of the Kimberley and a monolith of great importance to the agricultural future of this region.

Price:$15.00


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#03 Bush Tucker Man

Join Les Hiddins for 8 classic episodes from his popular ABC TV series 'Bush Tucker Man'. Travelling throughout the Top End, the Bush Tucker Man collects information on how to survive on foods sourced only from the natural environment, demonstrating how even in remote deserts and on sandy beaches, fresh food and water can be found - if you know where to look.

Price:$25.00


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#03 The Kimberley Region (doc)

Land of Timeless Beauty depicts the diverse beauty of Austrlia's last fronter-The Kimberley Region of Western Australia. In this breathtaking DVD journey, let us take you down the Gibb River Road where we reveal the Manning Gorge, Balvan Gorge, Emma Gorge and Bells Gorge. We will fly you over the mountain rock formations of the Bungle Bungles Ranges. These Beehive shapes of weathered sandstone domes, are amazing! Experience the grandeur of the ancient limestone walls of Geikie Gorge and the sights of Windjana Gorge with its heritage of aboriginal paintings. We show you the Ord River scheme and Lake Argyle, Chamberlain Gorge and the extraordinary Wolfe Creek Crater. We take you along the Cockburn Range and portray the exquisite native flora, birdlife and fresh water crocodiles of the Kimberley Region. These and many more highlights are captured by the camera's of Panorama Australia in 'Land of Timeless Beauty'.

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#05 Discovering Lake Argyle
The amazing story of the Ord River Region from the pioneering Durack Family to today.


Price:$20.00


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#07 Kimberley Calling

This double DVD/Cd set contains "Birds of Paradise", Richard Costin's newest film which showcases our magnificent Kimberley birdlife and landscapes, and "Kimberley Calling", a CD of bush music and bird calls.
The harsh beauty of the Kimberley environment supports some of the most stunning and unique birdlife on the planet, with over 140 birds captured in this film.
In a world that is constantly threatened, these animals depend on an eco system that has remained unchanged for thousands of years.

Price:$35.00


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#12 Kimberley Adventure - Malcolm Douglas

Malcolm travels in his boat to the most remote parts of the Kimberley, camps for weeks at a time on pristine beaches, chases mighty barramundi and trolls for giant trevally.
Exploring remote inlets and Kimberley rainforest he records the first film of the rare rough-scale python.
Filmed over twelve months this is a great Malcolm Douglas adventure.

Price:$30.00


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#13My Country The Kimberley - Malcolm Douglas

Malcolm journeys deep into the Kimberley, a remote and beautiful wilderness.
Here can be found the spectacular scenery, the beautiful waterfalls and the glorious colours of wild Australia.

Price:$40.00


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#21 Savannah Way (4WD Travel Guides)

The Savannah Way is a network of roads and tracks that stretch across the top of Australia from Broome on the west coast to Cairns on the east. The way traverses some of Australia's most spectacular scenery including five world heritage areas, over 20 national parks and access to unique features on private land. Join the convoy of travellers as they visit the top spots along the top of Australia- Katherine Gorge, Kakadu and Lawn Hill National Parks and Undara Lava Tubes.

Price:$12.00


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#23 The East Kimberley - My Home My Heart

Captures the colours, landscape and essence of living in the region, allowing viewers to experience a visual journey through this untouched landscape. This program highlights the adventourous spirit of the local characters as they take us on this journey.

Kununurra residents and celebrities that we all know and love such as Ernie Dingo, James Blundell and Andrew Denton talk passionately about their experiences in this amazing part of the world.

Price:$25.00


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Australia - The Movie

Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman join forces with visionary director Baz Luhrmann in Australia, an epic and romantic action adventure set on the brink of World War II.

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Bran Nue Dae

It's 20 years since Jimmy Chi's stage musical BRAN NUE DAE made its debut at the 1990 Perth Festival and was immediately embraced by audiences before touring nationally over the next few years to packed audiences and critical acclaim.

Now Rachel Perkins brigs all its joy and exuberance to the screen with a dream cast including Jessica Mauboy, Missy Higgins, Ernie Dingo, Magda Szubanski, Rocky McKenzie and Geoffrey Rush.

Set on Australia's sparking west coast, BRAN NUE DAE is a coming of age, comedy musical road movie, which celebrates the adventure of finding your way back home. It's the best Aussie feel good movie in years!

Price:$25.00


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Bush Mechanics

This off beat series follows the exploits of a group of young Aboriginal men as they travel across the central desert in their clapped-out cars.
In each episode, the Bush Mechanics are faced with a new set of challenges and a host of mechanical problems, which they solve with inventive bush repair techniques.

Price:$30.00


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Canning Stock Route (4WD Travel Guides)

Experienced tour guide Peter Ikin leads a convoy along the Canning Stock Route from old Halls Creek to Wiluna. Join the convoy for a great desert adventure, visiting the wells, the graves, the sand dunes, Lake Disappointment, Durba Springs and the Breaden Hills. This DVD is a must to see if you are planning to travel the Canning Stock Route

Price:$20.00


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Catching Crocs - Malcolm Douglas

The story of the establishment of Malcolm's crocodile park in Western Australia with dramatic captures of huge crocodiles and the dangers of handling these massive reptiles.

Price:$30.00


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Dance on Your Land

In 1988 fifty dancers, singers, storytellers and their families from the Lardil people, from Mornington island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and the Borroloola community in the Northern Territory, made an epic 8000km journey across some of the roughest country in Australia.

They linked up with communities from the Carpentaria gulf country and with people of the remote Kimberley region sharing and reinforcing their Aboriginal cultural identity.

Price:$23.00


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In Search of the Big Barra - Malcolm Douglas

The ultimate fishing film. Malcolm searches the rivers and estuaries of the Kimberley and finally hooks his goal, a huge barramundi.

Price:$30.00


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Jandamarra's War

In Jandamarra's War we learn how in the 1880s European settlers arrive in the Kimberley, North West Australia, with vast herds of sheep and cattle, determined to make their fortune by feeding a rapidly growing population in the South. But the settlers soon discover they are amongst indigenous tribes, ready to fight the red-faced invaders who are occupying their land. This is a story of Jandamarra, an Aboriginal warrior, a Bunuba man, who led one of the most effective rebellions in the history of indigenous peoples resistance to European colonization. Following banishment from Bunuba society for breaking kinship rules, Jandamarra's attempts to assimilate into settler culture fail- he cannot accept the cruel and barbarous treatment of his people. Over 3 years he gains notoriety as a powerful yet illusive outlaw as he embarks on a guerilla war against vengeful pastoralist who are determined to punish and defeat the local tribes. In retribution for his actions Jandamarra is hunted down and finally killed at Tunnel Creek. His legend earns him both the admiration of his own people, and international notoriety.

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Looking for the H Chord - Monte Dwyer

The H Chord was first discovered missing midway through a jam session at Chaz Anderson during Tamworth Country Music 2010. It was such a shocking realisation that sobriety threatened (momentarily), and it was determined there was nothing else to be done but send someone out into the heartland to find the lost chord; after all, how could there be only 7 majors in an octave? So out went Monte, looking for the H chord.

Price:$20.00


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Nguyuru Waaringarrem - Halls Creek Music Festival 2011



Price:$22.00


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Pigram Bro - Live at the Pearl Luggers Broome

Song Listing:

1. Johnny Walkers Shoes
2. Bullfrog Hole
3. Saltwater Cowboy
4. Ol Man From the Bush
5. Dry River Bed
6. Riverman
7. Going Back Home
8. Nowhere Else But Here
9. My Land
10. Wind of Freedom

Price:$30.00


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Red Dog



Price:$15.00


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Satellite Boy

Director Catriona McKenzie's feature debut is a heartfelt, moving and uplifting story about a young boy's journey to save his home and ultimately himself.
Satellite Boy follows Pete, a 12 year old Aboriginal boy who lives with his elderly grandfather, Old Jagamarra.
Home is the abandoned outdoor cinema in the outback town of Wyndham.
When it is threatened with demolition, Pete sees his world in jeopardy and sets off for the city joined by his best friend, Kalmain.
The boys travel through epic and stunning Kimberley country and when they get lost in the bush, Pete has to remember some of the old Aboriginal bush skills his grandfather taught him for them to survive.

Price:$25.00


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The Kimberley Mob

Three aboriginal brothers, John, Harry and Ivan Watson, run the cattle station in the Kimberley where they were born and where they once worked under the brutal welfare system.

They face drought, divided tribal loyalties, government bureaucracy, diamond mining companies and fundamentalist Christianity while trying to keep traditional Aboriginal beliefs and customs alive for their children and future generations.

Price:$20.00


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Through a Crooked Lens - Monte Dwyer

In 2009, Monte Dwyer set off on a lap of the country in his new bus, Claude, to shoot half a dozen travelogues for Tourism Australia and a swag of character stories for Australia Network.

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