A giant crocodile thrashes the waters of the Kakadu National Park in pursuit of an injured bird. A huge school of sharks attacks fish off the Great Barrier Reef. Two eastern grey kangaroos kick box each other on the surf-washed shores of a southern beach. These are some of the splendid images contained in Wildest Australia. This program captures the essence of the Australian wilderness and its unique array of fascinating creatures. What is displayed is both the incredible beauty and diversity of its landscapes as Wildest Australia touches on all of Australia's major territories, from its vast eucalyptus forests, and inland deserts to its lush rainforests and coral reefs and surrounding islands including the world's largest sand island, Fraser Island, and the packs of dingoes that hunt its world-heritage listed beaches and rainforests.. The great animal icons are all shown, from platypus and echidna, to koalas and wombats. All creatures are shown in action sequences, whether it be fighting and mating to hunting and eating. Watch Wildest Australia and you ll have experienced the true spirit of the Australian wilderness and its unique creatures. Greg Grainger is an award-winning producer and presenter of topical travel documentaries and wildlife programmes to remote and exotic locations. Greg's programmes are seen around the world, from Grainger's World screened daily on Europe's Travel Channel to Tour Deluxe on the USA Travel Channel, as well as Channel 7 Australia's The World Around Us. His wildlife specials appear regularly on the international networks Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel.