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Survival in the outback

Red rocks, wild outback and blazing heat: Western Australia is one of the oldest landscapes on our planet. There are hardly any towns or settlements and even less traffic on tarred main roads. Most of the tracks consist of red dust. Gold miners came - and failed due to the hardships of the outback. It is the land of the Aborigines. The aborigines preserve their traditions and fight bushfires very efficiently. We learn how to raise wild crocodiles, read in layers of rock and how women cope with gigantic herds of cattle. Western Australia - one of the last places for adventure.

ARD, NDR

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