Story of 2 men, framed for murder by a corrupt policeman, attempting to clear their good names whilst avoiding the law during the Goldrush era of the 1850s Victoria, Australia. They are harboured and helped by a sympothetic widow at her highland homestead. As Serge Lazareff (Cash) was replaced by Gerard Kennedy in the 2nd season, the show changed it's name to Tandarra.
Cash & Brady first meet at a miner's dispute. After shoting in self-defence and escaping, they end up at widow Johnson's homestead to hide from Lieutenant Keogh.
Cash & Brady search for a witness that can varify that they both shot in self-defence. Unfortunately the corrupt Lt. Keogh also searches for this witness so he can shut him up / kill him.
Cash and Brady need to retrieve a photograph taken of them attending a boxing troup show and aviod Lt. Keogh at the same time.
Brady takes a huge risk of being captured to see and here an old flame (Sarah Simmons) sing in a travelling show.
Sam Cash is caught up in a pistol duel defending a stranger to the homestead / hideout.
A gang of bushrangers hold Cash, Brady and Mrs. Johnson prisoner in the homestead in retaliation after Cash and Brady stop a robbery by the gang.
Cash and Brady need to recover money taken by the corrupt Lt. Keogh at an illegal poker game.
Sam Cash and a visiting English painter plan to retrieve a valuable horse from Lt. Keogh's compound.
Cash and Brady help a widow and her child after Lt. Keogh sets alite their business tent. Strangely, it is one of Keogh's own troopers that help them.
Cash and Brady meet up with an excentric scientist (Dr. B.S. Stone) who claims to be able to create gold from lead.
Lt. Keogh hires a prisoner to infiltrate the homestead and turn Cash and Brady over to him.
Mrs. Johnson is courted by a greedy landowner Jacob Striker whos ulterior, and only, motive is to take over the homestead. Cash and Brady do what ever they can to stop him.