Australia - a land as massive as it is vast.
And when it comes to outback adventures they don't come any better, bigger or more reckless than Russell Coight. Winner of the prestigious Ocker Award for services to khaki shorts, Russell is back with his unique blend of over-the-top, off road, outback, in-your-face Aussie Adventures.
So let's get started on another All Aussie Adventure!
Travel with Russell Coight as he heads north into the Outback to help out a mate with the annual cattle muster. On the way he looks for some bush tucker, helps out a stranded motorist and sets up his nightly camp, all the while offering many handy tips.
Russ is half way to that cattle muster and stops into Alice Springs to check out the mighty Ghan railroad, offers a lift to a fellow female traveller and finally arrives at that cattle muster. The cattle are mustered and the fun starts Russell shows off his superb dancing skills and his handy-work with a stock-whip.
Russell Coight takes you right to the heart of the fragile wilderness that is the Daintree Rainforest. He explores it's magnificent beaches, checks out the world heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and helps out an old mate with a crook croc.
Russ takes 3 young city kids, Justin, Hayley and Phil for a break up bush and teaches them a thing or to about the outback. The lessons include setting camp, abseiling and an excellent afternoon's horse-riding. 2 blokes stranded with a bogged car also get the Coight treatment and they are soon on their way.
Part 2 of the kids country awakening. They love it out there in the bush with Russell. Russ teaches them to shear a sheep, gives them a valuable history lesson about the early settlers, shows them how to set a trap to catch a wild animal and the all important safe use of a firearm.
Russell needs to do a bit of travelling to get to his niece Penny's wedding in far north Queensland. On the way he takes part in a fishing challenge with some old mates, has a couple of beers in a local pub and finally arrives at the wedding - by helicopter.