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Thursday 24 June at 06:25 CAT
Croc Attack At Finnis River (Season 3)
Thursday 24 June at 06:50 CAT
Busting Free (Season 3)
Friday 25 June at 06:20 CAT
Croc In My Backyard (Season 3)
Croc Attack At Finnis River+
With the rains approaching, the cattle will return so Matt and the boys need to make sure the dams are free from crocs.Next ShowingThursday 24 June at 06:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
A big croc is eating a thousand dollar's worth cattle. The owner puts the call into Matt to catch and relocate it to the croc park.Next ShowingThursday 24 June at 06:50 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Croc In My Backyard+
Simon and his wife Lauren own a station 300 miles south of Darwin, right on the bank of the Roper River. During the wet season the river rises 30ft right up to their back door bringing their kids face to snout with some very large crocodiles. Matt sets his traps along the river and catches 4 large crocodiles and sends one giant 15 footer off to the park.Next ShowingFriday 25 June at 06:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Camping With Crocodiles+
Mining exploration crews are camped out for weeks on the property, relying on rivers for their water. But that's where the crocodiles live.Next ShowingFriday 25 June at 06:45 CATOn National Geographic WILD
A Crocodile's Tail+
With 2-fingered Tommy Nichols from Parks & Wildlife, Matt builds the largest trap he's ever made to catch one of the largest crocodiles caught in Australia.Next ShowingSaturday 26 June at 06:00 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Hunting Grounds Part 1+
In the 1970's Lizzie Downs was popular for being the place to find huge crocs. Over the past years they've had a chance to re-bound.Next ShowingSaturday 26 June at 06:15 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Hunting Grounds Part 2+
In their first week the boys have pulled out a number of big crocs but Matt is sure the big animal that sank the boat is still out there.Next ShowingSunday 27 June at 06:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
The Croc That Ate A Boat+
During peak tourist season a big croc crawled up onto the back of his fishing and now the tour operator is refusing to go near the water.Next ShowingSunday 27 June at 06:50 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Matt gets a call from some fishermen who report a large croc is menacing them down on the river. Matt gives Willo and Johno a call and they set a trap. But nobody guessed how big this croc is and a battle ensues between the Outbacks legendary croc catcher and one very big crocodile.
Finnis River Station+
Matt's helping clear out problem crocodiles from his mate Paul's station so he can get on with his cattle work, when Paul's three dogs go into the dam and only two come back out. There seems to be crocodiles everywhere Matt turns, in the cattles watering holes, on the flooded fence lines, even at a nearby tourist spot. He's got his work cut out for him.
48 Hours In The Swamp Part 1+
Matt and the boys have been asked to control the crocodile population in a water system alongside a large cattle station. They need to remove one large crocodile and a handful of smaller crocs to reduce the damage they are causing to the cattle. But the monsoon is on the horizon and they'll have to finish a week's worth of work in only 48 hours.
48 Hours In The Swamp Part 2+
The giant crocodile Matt has been hunting for has smashed up his traps again. This is a powerful animal and a master of camouflage. Matt and the boys head into the swamp to flush him out - but this massive crocodile will push Matt to his croc catching limits.
A Truckload of Crocs Part 1+
The Northern Territory's Marty River is home to thousands of cattle and the greatest density of saltwater crocs in Australia. In Matt's eyes, both have the right to peacefully exist here, so the boys are tackling the biggest challenge yet - removing 30 crocodiles in just one week. When they arrive, the area is literally crawling with crocs. If the boys fall in, they're dinner.
A Truckload of Crocs Part 2+
Time is running out as Matt and the boys continue their quest to catch 30 crocodiles in the Northern Territory's Mary River in just one week. The crocs are hitting the cattle at a fast rate, so the pressure is on to get the croc population under control. With half the week already gone, they've only caught 6 crocs. It's time to amp things up by setting some traps with feral pigs for bait.
A Truckload of Crocs Part 3+
It's the boys' final chance to reach their target of 30 crocodiles in one week up at the Northern Territory's Mary River. Overnight, the boys caught a massive crocodile that could be the biggest catch of the week. He was too big to fit in the boat, so they've waited until daybreak to pull him onto land. This time, they've brought along a vet to anaesthetise the bigger crocs so they can be safely transported. Will the boys reach their 30 croc target before the week is done?
Not Today, Not Tomorrow+
Matt is out at the Finniss River Station again, he's herding cattle for Paul the station owner but he spots one very large crocodile in the paddock where the cattle are heading. But the day doesn't end there, Matt and the boys need to thin out the population in the Finniss River and that means pulling an all-nighter.