A new year, a new timeslot.
The all-Aussie travel show TRAVEL OZ returns to the Seven Network this weekend, with 2 Queensland episodes.
7TWO is screening Travel Oz for 90-minutes every Sunday from 12-noon, with this week’s episodes featuring the great characters of outback Queensland, and the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsundays.
Channel 7 will run new episodes as they’re completed on Saturday afternoons, with the next episode being filmed in southern New South Wales and Victoria from next week.
Producer/presenter Greg Grainger will be fishing for giant tuna off Portland in Western Victoria, practicing yoga in the snow in Falls Creek, experiencing the tramways of Bendigo, taking in the newly renovated waterfront and farmers markets of Mildura, and tracking the abundant birdlife in the freshly filled waters of Lake Cowal near West Wyalong.
Travel Oz is produced by Grainger TV, whose other programmes such as THE WHALE WHISPERER (the Whales of Hervey Bay) and ULTIMATE FREEDIVE: THE GREAT BARRIER REEF screen to in excess of 11-million viewers on Networks that range from Netflix and National Geographic to Inflight: The movie service that screens on International flight