Curation of the best Australian documentaries to watch for free.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Shark vs Crocodile: Which Is The Worst Killer? | Ben Cropp Documentary | Real Wild
Tiger sharks and crocodiles are attacking people and Ben Cropp was a victim of this. He journeys to the largest and most accessible fringing coral reef in Australia, Ningaloo Reef, off the coast of Western Australia, where he encounters the majestic whale shark. People report attacks from all over the world by sharks and crocodiles which begs the question, which one is the worse killer? #sharks #crocodile #tigershark
2. Australia's Unique & Inspiring Wildlife | Australian Costal Safari | Real Wild
Australia has almost 26,000km of incredibly diverse coastline. The continent is fringed by reefs, rainforests, tropical wetlands, rocky shores, and sandy beaches. These landscapes are home to iconic species such as koalas, kangaroos, giant saltwater crocodiles, dolphins, whales, and even penguins. Miranda Krestovnikoff explores this coastal wonderland by air, on the ground, and above and below the water. #australianwildlife #AustralianCostalSafari #australiananimals
3. Australia's Diverse Tropical Rainforest | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
Daintree National Park is a magical meeting of rainforest and reef, lying at the heart of the world heritage-listed wet tropics of Queensland. The area is a living link to our planet's distant past, to a primeval world from more than 50 million years ago. Biologist Peter Byrne and his research team ride a giant crane to gain a unique view of what many consider to be the last biological frontier. #RealWild #Documentary
4. Whale Shark: Amazing Lifestyle Of The Largest Fish In The Sea | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
On the remote coastline of Australia's northwest, there are great natural wonders to be found. Above the sea on this sun-baked coast, there is very little, but each year, mysterious ocean visitors arrive. The biggest fish in the sea, the whale shark, vanishes almost as soon as they arrive, but what brings them to this place at all? #RealWild #Documentary
5. Surviving The Harsh Australian Outback | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
The Australian desert is home to some of the most deadly animals in the world. In this Real Wild documentary, we explore how animals live in the high heated Australian outback. The famous marsupial kangaroo along with lizards, camels, and wild horses are among these animals. We also see how the bush operates and struggles in the extreme heat, which often leads to uncontrollable fires. The Australian red desert is named this due to the rocks containing high amounts of iron. In this type of...
6. What Exactly Are Tasmanian Devils? | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
Just 460,000 people live in Tasmania, an island off the southeast coast of mainland Australia. While its human population is small, the majestic state is rich in natural wonders and is known for its large tracts of pristine wilderness. Wallabies, wombats, and the island's unique carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian devil, enjoy their isolated habitat, nearly devoid of natural predators. Australia's Wildest Places S1 E2 ZDF Enterprises #RealWild #Documentary
7. Did You Know This About The Australian Alps? | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
It may come as a surprise that Australia doesn't just have flat plains and searing deserts. It actually has snow-capped mountains of its own. The peaks of the Australian Alps are over 600 million years old. Mt. Kosciuszko is the highest mountain on the continent and its slopes harbor rare and unusual species, adapted to the harsh conditions. See how the wombat survives in these cold temperatures and how wild horses thrive. From: Australia's Wild Places S1 E1 #RealWild #Documentary
8. Travelling 600km On Horseback In North Australia | Born To Be Wild E3 | Real Wild
Survivalist Andrew Ucles takes on the Northern Coast of Australia in Arnhem Land, traveling 600 kilometres from Numbulwar to Katherine by horse. In this episode of Born To Be Wild, Ucles works to train a Wild Stallion for his journey, hunts for his food, and goes searching for water in extreme heat. #RealWild #Documentary
9. The Extraordinary Features Of These Island Creatures | World's Weirdest Animal Faces | Real Wild
Our Earth is filled with picturesque and graceful creatures, but not every not every animal is as pleasing on the eye as the next. In this episode of Worlds Weirdest Animals Faces, we explore some of Earth's more interesting looking looking creatures that live on islands. The Australian Short Beaked Echidna is visually similar to a porcupine but has a large snout with electro-sensors that can help sense prey underground. In the Indonesian Archipelago, the Komodo dragon is the World's biggest...
10. The Last Living Tasmanian Devils On Earth (HD Animal Documentary) | Real Wild
The Last Living Tasmanian Devils On Earth. Although the Tasmanian Devil is infamous across the planet thanks to the sounds of their call and a certain well-known cartoon, most people are unaware that they are facing extinction. Native to Tasmania, an island state of Australia, these huge marsupials are being wiped out by a strange illness that scientists are struggling to cure. If action isn't taken, we may not have any Tasmanian Devils in the future. #RealWild #Documentary
11. Animal Actors: How Hollywood Treats Its Lions And Bears | Predator Pets | Real Wild
Steve Martin has spent decades training Lions, Bears, Jaguars and many more animals for film and television. Raising lions from baby cubs to fully mature adults, these apex predators have learned how to roar, attack and even stand on cue. This kodiak bear is one of the more sought-after stars in Hollywood, and even gets flown around the world to appear in films! We also meet the Snake Man of La Perouse, Australia. Since the 1900s, the Cann family has been showing Australia's snakes to an...
12. Nevada Sanctuary With Lions, Tigers and Wolves (Wildlife Documentary HD) | Predator Pets | Real Wild
In Pahrum, Nevada, we meet Zuzana Kukol and her husband Scott Shoemaker - and their 10-acre compound filled with rescued Lions, Wolves, Tigers and Ligers. The tigers in particular have some uncommon best friends, in the form of dogs who are rescued from the wild. Meet the Australian man with a pet Dingo, the largest apex predator of Australia. After years of rumours of dingoes being violent, can they be good pets? And finally we head to Las Vegas to Ken Foose's Exotic Pet Store, where you can...
13. The Man Who's Part Of A Wolf Pack | Predator Pets | Real Wild
Wolves may be the ancestors of our most beloved house pet, the dog, but they're far from being an animal you can cuddle up with on the couch. We go inside Steve Martin's working wildlife wolf pen and discover what it's like working with these incredible animals. In this episode of predator pets, we also meet Australia's longest-running family circus and Randy Miller, the man who owns a 400-pound bear. Predator Pets: Thousands of people around the world keep pets that most of us would consider...
14. The Cassowary: The Last Surviving Dinosaur | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild
Over the course of one tumultuous season our cassowary Bertha, her partner and her chicks battle fearsome predators and formidable rains, but also play an invaluable role in sustaining life in this ecological hotspot. Dino Bird: Dino Bird is a visually spectacular one-hour film that explores the life of the endangered southern cassowary through the eyes of matriarch Bertha, as she and her family strive to survive in the tropics of northern Queensland in the oldest rainforest on Earth.Dino Bird...
15. Australia's Incredible Snake Whisperer (Wildlife Documentary) | Predator Pets | Real Wild
In this episode of Predator Pets, we meet Jill and her animal family at Valley of the Kings, a sanctuary and home to a large variety of exotic animals. We meet Gary, a daring reptile owner who has a collection of venomous and non-venomous snakes and we venture to The Cats Survival Trust, where we meet Dr. Terry Moore who cares for a number of wild cats species #RealWild #Documentary #PredatorPets
16. The Secret World Of Australia's Prehistoric Giants | Dinosaurs In The Outback | Real Wild
Featuring Dr Kelly Strzepek, Dinosaurs in the Outback features the often dramatic evidence which proves that Australia was once a place where dinosaurs roamed in vast numbers. Many millions of years ago, before even our ancestors walked the earth, there were dinosaurs. This dazzling production explores often dramatic evidence that Australia was once a place where dinosaurs roamed in vast numbers. Using live-action and 3D animation, the film features compelling reconstructions that tell a grand...
17. The Power Of Venom: Australia's Deadliest Animals | Deadly Australia | Real Wild
Dr. Kelly Strzepek grapples with some of Australia's deadliest snake species, including the most venomous snake in the world: the inland taipan. Kelly also examines the untapped potential of tree ants in solving complex logistical problems and goes hunting for scorpions to show us their usefulness in surgery. The Power Of Venom: Australia's Deadliest Animals | Deadly Australia | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #AustraliasDeadliestSnakes
18. The Platypus: Australia's Unlikeliest Killer (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild
Kelly visits David Flaey National Park to get up close to Wally the Platypus, whose poisonous spur could teach us about pain relief. She also visits a Bat Hospital, feeds crocodiles, and uncovers the secrets to the flying foxes' immune system and how it could help humans battle disease in the future. 02:50 - The Poisonous Platypus 12:15 - Crazy Crocodile Toxins 23:21 - Stealthy Sea Anemones 33:11 - Fantastic Flying Foxes The Platypus: Australia's Unlikeliest Killer (Wildlife Documentary) |...
19. Why Are Australia's Predators So Deadly? (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild
The poster boys for Australia's deadly reputation are, of course, its big predators. Yet even these killing machines, which have evolved their skills over millions of years, may hold the key to medical breakthroughs. Dr. Kelly Strzepek lifts the lid on the secrets of Australia's deadliest predators as she swims with great white sharks, milks funnel web spiders and goes snorkelling with some bizarre underwater predators, famed for their deadly venom. Why Are Australia's Predators So Deadly?...
20. The Wild Desert Horses Of Australia | Horse: In The Wild | Real Wild
Take a canter into the world of wild horses and learn just what life is like for a horse in the open plains of Australia. #RealWild #Documentary
21. Australia's Wild Horses And Their Remarkable Story Of Survival | Horse: In The Wild | Real Wild
Take a canter into the world of wild horses and learn just what life is like for a horse in the open plains of Australia. #RealWild #Documentary
22. The Dangerous Outback Animals Of Australia | Bite Me With Dr Mike | Real Wild
Virologist and intrepid explorer Dr Mike Leahy is on a mission to meet the maddest and baddest of the worldâ€™s prolific beasties. The wildlife you really DON'T want to come face to face with â€“ or any part of your body! #RealWild #Documentary
23. The Dangerous Animals In The Heart Of Australia's Billabong | Real Wild Documentary
For this documentary, Ben Cropp selects the best billabong he has ever seen, just outside Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory. This tropical billabong swarms with life and Ben captures its pristine scenic beauty with amazing wildlife, their specialised behaviour and the drama of predator versus prey that is a daily upheaval in what appears to be a tranquil lagoon. In its waters lurk crocodiles, both dangerous saltwater and harmless freshwater species. They prey on the many...
24. Former Shark Hunter Now Dedicates His Life To Saving Sharks| Real Wild Documentary
Ben Cropp was once a shark hunter. Now as a leading marine expert and conservationist, he shares with us his stories that take us from hunting to saving these denizens of the deep. His shipwreck museum houses all the relics he has found off the Australian coast. His most significant discovery was that of the HMS Pandora in 1977. The Pandora was a British Man-o-war enroute to England with the captured mutineers of the famous Bounty. Ben prepares for another expedition of sharks. His grown up sons...
25. Are Coral Reefs Dying? | Real Wild Documentary
Australiaâ€™s Great Barrier Reef is wonderful, beautiful â€“ and alive. But soon, it may be one of the few remaining live coral reefs, for the coral reefs around the world are dying. #RealWild #Documentary
26. Steve Irwin Meets The World's Most Venomous Snakes | Real Wild
Journeying through the most remote parts of Australia, naturalist, conservationist and world-famous television personality Steve Irwin comes face to face with ten of the most venomous snakes in the world. #RealWild #Documentary
27. The Creepy Star-Nosed Mole | Weird Creatures | Real Wild Documentary
Join host Nick Baker as he travels the globe in search of some of the weirdest, ugliest, and downright bizarre animals that grace the planet. Watch as he cranks-up the weirdness factor, taking us to some of the remotest and most inhospitable corners on earth on his mission to reveal a selection of incredibly unique and unbelievable animals. This week he's diving for adorably scary Star-Nosed Mole in Australia. Will he get close? #RealWild #Documentary
28. Australia's Deadly Reptile Valley | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild
As a wildlife photographer and documentarian, Austin Stevens travels on assignment, documenting his activities finding and photographing incredible wildlife. This episode he's traveling around Australia, recording all the amazing wildlife before the Cane Toads completely takeover #RealWild #Documentary
29. Ningaloo Reef: Where The Giants Of The Ocean Meet (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild
Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is where, every April, Whale Shark go on a spectacular feeding frenzy on their migration around the Indian Ocean. Australian legend Ben Cropp embarks on a journey to see what the deal with these sharks is. #RealWild #Documentary
30. The Dugong: Nature's Mystery Mermaid (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild
Australia is fortunate to have the largest Dugong population in the world. Ben Cropp meets with scientists and experts from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park authority to determine the cause, their concern, and their proposals to reduce the carnage. #RealWild #Documentary
31. Australia's Hidden Wildlife Oasis | Real Wild
This oasis attracts all sorts of wildlife, from lobsters and bearded dragons to turtles and alligators. #RealWild #Documentary
32. Crocodile Island: The Land Of Killer Crocs And More (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild
Crab Island, off the tip of Northern Australia, is the world's most important breeding ground for the distinctive flatback turtle. But its tranquil beauty belies a hidden danger; for here the crocodile is king. In this film, Australian marine expert, Ben Cropp goes in search of these deadly creatures, and captures unique footage of the crocs feeding on turtles as they wait in silence for their dinner to scramble past. #RealWild #Documentary
33. The Extraordinary World Beneath Australia's Waves | What Lies Beneath | Real Wild
The local sea life in Sydney Harbour is thriving. #RealWild #Documentary
34. Learning To Fish Off The Australian Northern Coast | Real Wild
The life beneath the coral reef. #RealWild #Documentary
35. The Deadly Predators Of South Australia (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild
A detective story which traces the remarkable alliance between South Australiaâ€š poisonous plants and its native marsupials. The film reveals how this delicate relationship, which has evolved over millions of years, has been threatened by the introduction of European mammals, like the fox and rabbit. We discover how, in turn, these poisonous plants have ensured the survival of a host of strange marsupials - woylies, burrowing bettongs, bandicoots and quokkas - which would otherwise have become...
36. Steve Irwin Faces A Massive Saltwater Crocodile In Australia | Crocs Down Under | Real Wild
The Australian Saltwater crocodile is the world's largest terrestrial carnivore growing up to 6 metres in length and weighing up to 1000 kilos. Intrepid natural historian and real-life Crocodile Dundee Steve Irwin, journeys to Australia's far north to try and capture a nuisance crocodile and teach it a lesson before releasing it back into the wild. Set against the colorful backdrop of Australia's Top End, this film shows that these often ferocious man-eaters have a gentler side that make them...
1. Grizzly Bears, Vampire Bats, And Snakes With Austin Stevens | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild
Follow along as wildlife photographer and naturalist Austin Stevens travels to Canada, the Amazon, and Australia in search of some of our more misunderstood wildlife. Stevens begins his journey in the forests of Western Canada in search for the might Grizzly Bear. Unlike his usual searches, he has to seek extra caution due to their size and strength. Stevens then makes his way to the Amazon to find the Vampire Bats whoâ€™s population is growing and spreading rabies at an alarming rate. He braves...
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2. Baby Elephant Meets Schoolchildren | Wildlife Nannies | Real Wild
In South Africa, handler Joseph has been taking care of 4-year-old Elephant Maliaka her whole life since she lost her mom. They have a special bond, and in this episode, he takes her to a wildlife park to meet and educate schoolchildren about elephants. Elsewhere in Australia, Anya, a baby Wallaby is being nursed by her nanny Guni and a rescued Echidna with an injured snout is treated. *TW at 21:30: animal surgery #RealWild #Documentary
3. The Incredible Animals Of Australia (Wildlife Documentary) | Magic Of Nature | Real Wild
Today on Magic Of Nature, join us as we go down under and explore the incredible creatures that roam the Australian landscape. #RealWild #Documentary
4. The Reality Of Lion Conservation (Wildlife Documentary) | Lodging With Lions | Real Wild
Today on Lodging With Lions, an ex-Miss Australia turned conservationist learns the ins and outs of life on the reserve.
5. Steve Irwin's Biggest Crocodile Battles (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild
Real-life Crocodile Dundee Steve Irwin journeys to Australia's far north to try and capture a nuisance crocodile and teach it a lesson before releasing it back into the wild. #RealWild #Documentary
6. Steve Irwin's Best Moments: Venomous Snakes | Real Wild
Steve Irwin faces some of the world's most venomous snakes, all from remote parts of Australia. #RealWild #Documentary
7. Extraordinary Animals Of Australia's Fascinating Wildlife | Real Wild
Travel to Australia to find out about some of the most amazing animal behaviour stories that shed new light on our understanding of the animal kingdom. #RealWild #Documentary
8. Australia's Amazing Animals (Wildlife Documentary) | Amazing Animals | Real Wild
Here on Amazing Animals, we provide an informative study of priceless footage of animals and wildlife from all over the world. This episode we focus on Sea Life, specifically Eels and Sea Turtles. Enjoy! #RealWild #Documentary