In the heat and humidity of the rainforest Phil reveals the survival adaptations of the elusive tree kangaroo, the colourful cassowary and the lethal scrub python.
In the endless heat of the sands near Munga Thirri, (The Simpson Desert), Phil encounters Australia's largest lizard - the perentie, our fastest flightless bird - the emu, and the world's largest marsupial - the red kangaroo.
Phil Breslin ventures into Australia's notorious swamp country where he encounters the speedy freshwater crocodile, the predatory barramundi and the world's largest reptile, the saltwater crocodile.
Phil Breslin heads along the rugged cliffs and sandy flats of the coast where he finds a master of the skies - the sea eagle, a master of disguise - the estuarine stone fish and the master of camouflage - the sting ray.
Phil Breslin heads into the mangroves, for a muddy encounter with a feisty mud crab, a shovel-nosed ray that he catches bare-handed and a mosquito, well quite a lot of mosquitoes that almost eat him alive.