Kayne is ready to brave Kamil’s new round of bigger and bolder adrenalin-fuelled outback missions in Bushwhacked! - Series 3.
Bushwhacked! follows Wiradjuri boy Kamil Ellis and Kayne Tremills as they traverse remote corners of Australia in search of weird and wonderful wildlife, Indigenous rites and rituals, and of course adrenalin-fuelled, dramatic missions.
In Series 3 Kamil has drawn up a list of challenges set to send his co-host more than a little green, including; a matchmaking mission involving the world’s most venomous snake; a wade through croc-infested waters to catch a rare Freshwater Pygmy Crocodile; an unexpected brush with a Bull Shark; and the nigh-impossible task of spotting the extremely rare Albino Kangaroo.
Kayne and Kamil are on a soaring mission from Perth to Lorna Glen deep in the Western Australia desert, where Kayne must follow and observe the movements of a Wedge-Tailed Eagle.
Bushwhacked’s intrepid hosts are on a mission to the Bullo River in the Northern Territory to explore a potentially new distinct crocodile species – the Freshwater Pygmy Crocodile.
The beautiful Noosa coastline is the backdrop for a shower that Kayne won’t be forgetting in a hurry.
It’s a mission that smacks of a needle in a haystack; the boys are in a hot-air balloon above Canberra to spot an incredibly elusive and rare Albino Kangaroo.
Croc Island Rangers
It’s an invitation-only trip for the well-traveled hosts to the remote Crocodile Islands located off the coast of North East Arnhem Land – a small speck of sand in the Arafura Sea. But the mission that awaits Kayne is sure to test all the bush skills and knowledge he can possibly muster.
Join Kamil and Kayne on a Top End croc tale tinged with urgency and jeopardy and featuring some of the most spectacular scenery in the country.
A matchmaking mission that takes Kayne and Kamil to Lake Eyre and Cooper Pedy, but far from romantic, this adventure involves the world’s most venomous snake!
The Gold Coast is normally associated with sunshine and beach holidays, but a trawl through the canals and rivers of the Gold Coast will prove anything but a holiday for the Bushwhacked! co-hosts.
Kayne and Kamil are heading to Tasmania in the name of platypus population research, and to uncover a little known dangerous characteristic of this popular species.
This creepy crawly episode is an invitation to join the hosts on a lunch date in Gosford, New South Wales.
Hairy Nosed Wombats
Kayne and Kamil are on a journey to the Epping Forest National Park in central Queensland to meet the once thought extinct, but still critically endangered, Hairy-Nosed Wombat for a nose-tickling mission.
An epic journey to the sea floor to carry out research on ‘a silent assassin’, the deadly Cone Snail.
Fraser Island in Queensland beckons and so too does the need to sustain the predator that calls the World Heritage site home.