Love Nature’s latest series showcases Ningaloo, one of the last untouched places on Earth



Love Nature's latest series showcases Ningaloo, one of the last untouched places on Earth

The latest global original series from Love Nature, Ningaloo: Australia’s Ocean Wonder, focuses on the biodiversity hotspot and World Heritage listed conservation region located in Western Australia. It is one of the last places on Earth that remains untouched by humans, making it truly unique. The series comprises three episodes, each 50 minutes long and available in 4K and HDR.

It is written and narrated by the renowned Australian author and conservation activist Tim Winton, famous for works such as Cloudstreet, Dirt Music and Breath. He shares his personal stories of the natural wonders of Ningaloo, which has inspired his award-winning work.

Throughout the series, Winton showcases the animals and people that have been drawn to Ningaloo, asking audiences what we can learn from the region’s biodiversity, deep history and Indigenous wisdom about preserving our planet.

This fascinating new series will premiere on Love Nature in Canada on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and will also be available for streaming on Prime Video and Apple TV from the same date.

Viewers will be amazed by the sheer diversity of wildlife that Ningaloo has to offer. The series highlights that the region is home to one of the only inshore whale shark aggregation sites, as well as the world’s largest humpback whale nursery. It’s also a global sea snake hotspot, with the largest fringing coral reef on Earth, and a sanctuary for ancient troglobites found in over 800 caves. The series brings to light how the Ningaloo Reef is essential for maintaining vital ecological links that provide a haven for migratory species spanning almost a third of the globe.

“This is a deeply personal journey for me,” says Tim Winton. “Ningaloo has had an enormous impact on my life and work, and this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to pay homage through new science, ancient knowledge and a shared ethic of stewardship. This is one of the world’s last great wild places, a genuine beacon of hope for the future, so Earth Day is the perfect time to bring it to global attention.”

Ningaloo: Australia’s Ocean Wonder is produced for Love Nature and ABC (The Australian Broadcasting Corporation) by Artemis Media in association with Matter of Factual. Tim Winton serves as Writer, Narrator and Executive Producer. Peter Rees is Series Director, Co Producer & Additional Writing and Celia Tait is Executive Producer for Artemis Media. Executive Producer for Love Nature is James Manfull. Overseeing the global original series for Love Nature is Carlyn Staudt, Global General Manager, Love Nature.

Image Credit: Love Nature.

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