An adventurous young koala embarks on a journey across the wild and dangerous Australian outback in the hope of finding his missing father, but he soon discovers that there is more to being a hero than meets the eye.
Charlotte Rose Hamlyn
The outside of the General Store was based on the Mobil petrol station building in Terrey Hills, Sydney. The building was portrayed very closely, including the awning on the side and the worn, cracked step at the front. The petrol station, no longer there, was situated on the corner of McCarr's Creek and Mona Vale Roads, prior to the redevelopment of this area. See more »
The producers emphasise that this film depicts the consequences of logging carried out illegally and without proper consideration for the environment. Logging under approved procedures would not create the destruction of the environment portrayed in this film. See more »
Although the animation of this early 1990's feature length cartoon is pretty lame it should satisfy young children or easily amused adults - The story concern a young koala (blinky bill) and his buddies trying to find his mother. On the whole not too bad although there are better kids movies out there, surprisingly this movie was followed by a series 2 years later
my rating 6.5/10
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