A stunning journey through one of the most remote areas on the planet: far Northern Australia. Narrated by Indigenous elder Balang T. E. Lewis, this giant screen documentary explores the culture and wildlife of Australia's wild north.
Australia: The Wild Top End 3D follows the life of a saltwater croc from hatchling to boss croc as he traverses the length northern Australia - a journey that covers 7000 kilometres and over thirty years. This stunning journey transports us to one of the most pristine wilderness areas on earth, where the oldest surviving human culture has lived for over 50,000 years. Come eye-to-eye with massive saltwater crocodiles, voracious sharks and venomous snakes. Experience ancient landscapes, thousands of kilometres of pristine uninhabited beaches, and rain forests teeming with birds, amphibians and cuddly marsupials. Narrated by Balang T.E. Lewis, an Indigenous Elder from the Arnhem Land region, Australia: The Wild Top End is an intimate invitation to a place few will ever see.