Outback Adventures with Tim Faulkner is a live action, half hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Viewers will be provided an eye-opening experience as Tim Faulkner, animal expert and wildlife park operations manager, showcases the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Audiences will be brought closer to the natural world as Tim explores the habitats and adventures of creatures of all sizes, including a giant Galapagos tortoise, a baby wombat, the flying fox, and even a newly discovered species of birds.
THE KOALAS OF KANGAROO ISLAND
Tim travels to Kangaroo Island to explore how koala populations are being protected. Back at the Reptile Park, Tim encounters a blue-tongue lizard with a bizarre physical abnormality.
THE CRITTERS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Tim visits Rottnest Island where he finds quokkas, king skinks and Australian fur seals. On the mainland, he visits the Western Australian Conservation Center, which is home to endangered woylies.
WRANGLING WILD WOMBATS
Tim journeys to South Australia to help with conservation of the southern hairy nosed wombat. Along the way he finds an Australian owlet-nightjar and travels back to the Park for the historic hatching of rare dwarf king brown snake eggs.
PUPS AND JOEYS
Tim provides care to two kangaroo joey orphans and brings them home to meet the family, and he checks in on some new dingo pups recently born at the Reptile Park.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA LIZARD EXPEDITION
Tim travels to the Dampier Peninsula in Western Australia where he finds a variety of lizards and snakes; closer to home, he visits Hunter Valley Zoo to assist with antelope grooming.
A GLOBE OF FROGS
Today on Outback Adventures, Tim explores the frogs of Watagans National Park, researches the red-backed toadlet and discovers the unique features of Fraser Island
THE WONDERS OF WILPENA POUND
On this week's Outback Adventures, Tim travels to Wilpena Pound in South Australia to check on conservation efforts on behalf of two endangered marsupials, the quoll and the yellow-footed rock wallaby
TIM AND THE TAZZIES
On this week's Outback Adventures, Tim investigates remarkable research to help save the Tasmanian devil and delves into the fascinating world of venomous snakes
CAPTURING CLEVER KOALAS
This week on Outback Adventures, Tim travels to Kangaroo Island to learn about conservation of the koala population. In Western Australia, Tim helps assists in the removal of a king brown snake from a resident's shed.
THE ENDANGERED NUMBAT
Tim travels to the Dryandra Woodland in Western Australia to find out what is being done to save the endangered numbat population. Along the way, he encounters a Mitchell's short-tailed snake and meets some baby woylies.
THE MYSTIQUE OF CAP LEVEQUE
Tim travels to Cape Leveque in Western Australia to visit his friend Brian Lee where he discovers new uses for seashells, finds exotic creatures and learns a little aboriginal history
RETURN TO KANGAROO ISLAND
Tim returns to Kangaroo Island for new adventures with the mysterious echidna, a colony of sea lions and a mob of the hopping marsupials for which the island is named.
THE JOURNEY OF THE LOGGERHEAD
Tim travels north to Queensland to witness loggerhead sea turtles laying eggs and their hatchlings making their first journey into the ocean. In Western Australia, Tim helps remove a king brown snake from a resident's shed.
EMUS TO AMUSE
On this week's Outback Adventures, mischievous emus at the Reptile Park must be caught and relocated, and troublesome alligators must be tagged for identification.
DIAMOND PYTHONS & PYGMY LIZARDS
On today's Outback Adventures, Tim rescues a diamond python from a family's drainpipe and travels to South Australia to look for the pygmy bluetongue skink, a rare lizard long believed to be extinct
THE ROAD TO WINDJANA
Today on Outback Adventures, Tim searches for tiger snakes on Kangaroo Island, travels to Western Australia to find freshwater crocodiles and journeys to the legendary Windjana Gorge
BE WARY OF THE COSSAWARY
On today's Outback Adventures, Tim plays cassowary matchmaker, helps catch an antagonistic antelope and welcomes dwarf king snake babies to the Reptile Park.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA STORIES
Tim journeys to South Australia for adventures with the southern hairy nosed wombat and a colony of sea lions.
BILLY THE KID
Tim makes the rounds at the Reptile Park with his oldest son, Billy, where they interact with kangaroos, crocodiles, pythons, dingos and parrots.
TIM'S MOST DANGEROUS JOBS
Tim details the most dangerous jobs around the reptile park, including cleaning the alligator lagoon, entering the cassowaries enclosure and milking a king brown snake.
FROGS OF THE GOLD COAST
Tim journeys to southern Queensland to learn more about frog conservation efforts and to search for some of the region's endangered amphibians in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
A CLEAN BILBY OF HEALTH
Tim welcomes two bilby babies and gives them a check-up, and travels to Watagans National Park to help capture deadly funnel-web spiders for the Reptile Park venom program.
SWIMMING WITH SHARKS
Tim goes on a shark adventure and climbs in the water and also visits a bird sanctuary on Kangaroo Island to get up close to a Wedge Tailed Eagle.
THE RICHNESS OF ROEBUCK BAY
Tim travels to Western Australia and uncovers the mysteries of Roebuck Bay, from curious creatures hidden in the mud to the thousands of migrating birds to a newly discovered dolphin species
MYTHS FROM A LAND DOWN UNDER
This week, Tim explores a variety of myths about Australian wildlife and assists with a massive saltwater crocodile named Bluey in Western Australia
THE MARSUPIALS OF DRYANDRA
On today's Outback Adventures, Tim travels to the Dryandra Woodlands in Western Australia to go in search of endangered numbats and woylies.