Tony Twist and his three children - thirteen year old twins Pete and Linda and nine year old Bronson - move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian Coast. They soon discover that the ... See full summary »
A freak accident sends three Australian kids into a computer-generated world of pirates and swashbuckling heroes. The kids must help a group of adventurers find a buried treasure and a way back to the real world.
When ZOEY and KIKI, two irrepressible girls from another galaxy become castaways in the quiet, Australian seaside town of Lightning Point, they recruit local girl AMBER to keep them ... See full summary »
Neri - the title character - is a young girl with an affinity for water, super-human strength, the ability to swim long distances, and super-human lung capacity. She lives alone on an ... See full summary »
Seven top Australian teenager surfers are selected to live in a training facility attached to a high school. At the end of the year only two will get sponsorship and a wild card onto the ... See full summary »
When Jo Tiegan is given an oval-shaped mirror, as a gift, by the elderly owner of an antique shop, she is amazed to see another girl's image in the mirror instead of her own reflection. It ... See full summary »
You can see that Craig Horner was a very good actor in his first television role. Additionally, Jovita Shaw did a great job as the friend and sidekick. I recommend watching the episodes for the friendship and family story lines and these excellent young actors. The villains were over the top and played exclusively for laughs.
There was one particularly good episode about bullies, that still resonates today.
I did not find the lead actress or lead character interesting. I can't tell if it was the actress or the writing. As I already stated, the science fiction story lines were done very high camp and played for laughs.
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