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Australia is a land of many people, beautiful landscapes and culture. But behind the tourist commercial is an unexplained strangeness. Join Matthew and Holly each week as they discuss legends of Outback serial killers, UFO's and Monsters lurking in the bush.

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    Episode 182 - The Granny Killer Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 59:21

    In the late 1980s, a man single-handedly led a 14-month reign of terror on the elderly population of Sydney, attacking women in broad daylight with a hammer, stealing their purses and running away. With a clear signature, the Granny Killer sought out elderly women he thought would make an easy mark for a fast robbery - and found a thirst for blood along the way. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the history of the Killer and his many attacks on the people of Sydney.

    Episode 181 - The Granny Killer Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 48:33

    In the late 1980s, a man single-handedly led a 14-month reign of terror on the elderly population of Sydney, attacking women in broad daylight with a hammer, stealing their purses and running away. With a clear signature, the Granny Killer sought out elderly women he thought would make an easy mark for a fast robbery - and found a thirst for blood along the way. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the history of the Killer and his many attacks on the people of Sydney.

    Episode 180 - The Bombing of Darwin Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 59:47

    In 1942, Darwin was a small town with limited civil and military infrastructure. Seeing its location in close proximity to the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), Portuguese Timor and others, the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Air Force constructed bases near the town in the 1930s and the early years of World War II (1939-1945). In spite of being the Northern Territory's capital city after the Territory split from South Australia in 1911, Darwin's pre-war permanent non-military population was 5,800 – for comparison, Sydney passed that population level in convicts alone, in 1816.Considering all this, it's not surprising that Darwin became a target for the Imperial Japanese Armed Forces. Early in the morning of February 19, 1942, four Japanese aircraft carriers - Akagi, Kaga, Hiryū, and Sōryū – launched 188 aircraft into the sky, heading south for Darwin. By the end of the day, the city was gone.

    Episode 179 - The Bombing of Darwin Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 45:08

    In 1942, Darwin was a small town with limited civil and military infrastructure. Seeing its location in close proximity to the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), Portuguese Timor and others, the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Air Force constructed bases near the town in the 1930s and the early years of World War II (1939-1945). In spite of being the Northern Territory's capital city after the Territory split from South Australia in 1911, Darwin's pre-war permanent non-military population was 5,800 – for comparison, Sydney passed that population level in convicts alone, in 1816.Considering all this, it's not surprising that Darwin became a target for the Imperial Japanese Armed Forces. Early in the morning of February 19, 1942, four Japanese aircraft carriers - Akagi, Kaga, Hiryū, and Sōryū – launched 188 aircraft into the sky, heading south for Darwin. By the end of the day, the city was gone.

    Episode 178 - The Era of Skylab

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 48:30

    As of 2021, Skylab is the only space station 100% operated exclusively by the USA - everything else has been at the bahest of or in conjunction with another nation, or as part of the ISS mission. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into this historic effort, its achievements, and the reason why it's sometimes called the "Chicken little Satellite" in Australia.

    Episode 177 - The Ghosts, Ghouls and Grief of Canberra

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 55:23

    It's Halloween again! Join Holly and Matthew as they look into 3 stories from Canberra, and their spooky legacies: - The 1940 Canberra Air Disaster - The Ghosts of Duntroon House- The Tuggeranong Yowie

    Episode 176 - The Aussie Arachnids

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 59:55

    Australia is famous for a few things, most of which will kill you: Sun, Surf, Snakes, and Spiders. We've already covered most of the others, so why not focus on those creatures that feature in the most populous of fears: arachnophobia. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into some of the most interesting spiders on this continent, some interesting stories about them, and maybe learn a thing or two about our little helpful garden mates.

    Episode 175 - Australian Outlaws Part 7: The Governor Clan (1890-1901) Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 49:36

    The story of Jimmy Governor and his family is a particularly interesting story. Born in the world of the colonies and dying just short of the birth of the Commonwealth of Australia, this is the story of Australia's Indigenous outlaws who rebelled against the bigots in their life, only to find themselves on the wrong side of the law.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life and times of the Governor Clan, and their legacy in the newly-born country.

    Episode 174 - Australian Outlaws Part 7: The Governor Clan (1890-1901) Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 53:50

    The story of Jimmy Governor and his family is a particularly interesting story. Born in the world of the colonies and dying just short of the birth of the Commonwealth of Australia, this is the story of Australia's Indigenous outlaws who rebelled against the bigots in their life, only to find themselves on the wrong side of the law.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life and times of the Governor Clan, and their legacy in the newly-born country.

    Episode 173 - The Cressy Cigar UFO Sighting

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 49:12

    At around 6.10pm on Oct 4, 1960, Anglican Minister Rev Lionel Browning and his wife were standing in their dining room, in the rectory at Cressy, Tas. They were looking east towards the hills, which were partially obscured by low clouds and rain, thus forming a rainbow in the setting sunlight.

    Episode 172 - The Legend of The Crocodile Hunter Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 74:16


    Anyone who spends a decent amount of time on the wholesome side of the internet knows there are 3 pillars of society that the internet looks up to. These three pillars are men who have made an impression on the people who watched their shows, and encourage them to do their very best. These three men are Bob Ross, Fred Rogers, and Steve Irwin. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life of the late, great Steve Irwin, his relationship with animals and people, and his self-proclaimed view of money.


    Episode 171 - The Legend of The Crocodile Hunter Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 51:54


    Anyone who spends a decent amount of time on the wholesome side of the internet knows there are 3 pillars of society that the internet looks up to. These three pillars are men who have made an impression on the people who watched their shows, and encourage them to do their very best. These three men are Bob Ross, Fred Rogers, and Steve Irwin. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life of the late, great Steve Irwin, his relationship with animals and people, and his self-proclaimed view of money.


    Episode 170 - The Murder of Inspector Richard Pettinger

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 42:32

    When Adelaide was constructed, planners were sure that, being a free colony without convicts, there would be no crime. How wrong they were...Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the first murder in a government building in Adelaide, and the many voices that saw it happen.

    Episode 169 - The Queensland Monsters

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 49:15

    Monsters have been seen on the Australian continent all over, not just in NSW and Victoria. Join Holly and Matthew as they get on the trail of 3 such creatures, and the legends that have sprung up around them.

    Episode 168 - Australia's Secret Shame Part 3: The Marist Brothers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 60:58

    Australia's record protecting children of all nationalities is poor at best, and nothing makes this more obvious than even a cursory glance at the history of the Australian Catholic Church. For decades, people have been abandoning organised religion Could it have something to do with the power and control abusers have displayed over victims, cushioned in the bosom of the Church?Join Holly and Matthew as they take a deep look into the history of the Australian Catholic Church as presented to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and highlight two of the most shocking cases of long-form rape and abuse to come out of the proceedings...Final episode of the series.

    Episode 167 - Australia's Secret Shame Part 2: The Catholic Mafia

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 68:30

    Australia's record protecting children of all nationalities is poor at best, and nothing makes this more obvious than even a cursory glance at the history of the Australian Catholic Church. For decades, people have been abandoning organised religion Could it have something to do with the power and control abusers have displayed over victims, cushioned in the bosom of the Church?Join Holly and Matthew as they take a deep look into the history of the Australian Catholic Church as presented to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and highlight two of the most shocking cases of long-form rape and abuse to come out of the proceedings...

    Episode 166 - Australia's Secret Shame Part 1: The Child Sex Abuse Scandal

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 59:04

    Australia's record protecting children of all nationalities is poor at best, and nothing makes this more obvious than even a cursory glance at the history of the Australian Catholic Church. For decades, people have been abandoning organised religion Could it have something to do with the power and control abusers have displayed over victims, cushioned in the bosom of the Church?Join Holly and Matthew as they take a deep look into the history of the Australian Catholic Church as presented to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and highlight two of the most shocking cases of long-form rape and abuse to come out of the proceedings...

    Episode 165 - The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 75:05

    Stop me if you've heard this one. Agent Smith, General Zod and Aldrich Killian walk into a pub...Australia is a land of contrasts: Surf and sand, cold beer and hot days, gay bashings and a cult film about a trio of drag queens...Wait, what?In 1994, a small film made by a bunch of guerrilla filmmakers rewrote what being gay, transgender or a drag queen meant to the Australian public at large. From the feather boas to the famous 'Thong Dress', Priscilla made a splash that can be measured on the Australian consciousness, in our tolerance for those of the 'other'. Join Matthew and Holly as they do a deep-dive into the world of Priscilla, the context of the shoot, and its impact around the world.

    Episode 164 - The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 64:24

    Stop me if you've heard this one. Agent Smith, General Zod and Aldrich Killian walk into a pub...Australia is a land of contrasts: Surf and sand, cold beer and hot days, gay bashings and a cult film about a trio of drag queens...Wait, what?In 1994, a small film made by a bunch of guerrilla filmmakers rewrote what being gay, transgender or a drag queen meant to the Australian public at large. From the feather boas to the famous 'Thong Dress', Priscilla made a splash that can be measured on the Australian consciousness, in our tolerance for those of the 'other'. Join Matthew and Holly as they do a deep-dive into the world of Priscilla, the context of the shoot, and its impact around the world.

    Episode 163 - Hunted for Sport: The Sydney Cliff Murders Part 3

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 60:02

    Between 1975 and 1999, dozens of men across Sydney found themselves the victims of assaults and murders. In 1988, Scott Johnson died off the cliffs of Manly. His body was found naked, and an investigation went underway.30 years, 3 inquests and a public campaign later, his killer was close to hand. The investigation into Scott Johnson's murder uncovered many other men who lost their lives in similar fashion. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the deaths known as the Sydney Cliff Murders, or the Gay Hate decades.

    Episode 162 - Hunted for Sport: The Sydney Cliff Murders Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 54:30

    Between 1975 and 1999, dozens of men across Sydney found themselves the victims of assaults and murders. In 1988, Scott Johnson died off the cliffs of Manly. His body was found naked, and an investigation went underway. 30 years, 3 inquests and a public campaign later, his killer was close to hand. The investigation into Scott Johnson's murder uncovered many other men who lost their lives in similar fashion. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the deaths known as the Sydney Cliff Murders, or the Gay Hate decades.

    Episode 161 - Hunted for Sport: The Sydney Cliff Murders Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 47:46

    Between 1975 and 1999, dozens of men across Sydney found themselves the victims of assaults and murders. In 1988, Scott Johnson died off the cliffs of Manly. His body was found naked, and an investigation went underway. 30 years, 3 inquests and a public campaign later, his killer was close to hand. The investigation into Scott Johnson's murder uncovered many other men who lost their lives in similar fashion. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the deaths known as the Sydney Cliff Murders, or the Gay Hate decades.

    Episode 160 - The Rosedale Encounter

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 61:48

    It's October 1, 1980, in the early morning in Victorian farm country. The sounds of cattle aren't entirely out of place in the area of Rosedale, VIC and one farm hand on the White Acres cattle station decided to investigate a small disturbance to the herd at about 1 am. The tone of the animals was strange, loud and unusual. Something was messing with the herd, causing them distress.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into one of Australia's most mysterious encounters, and the circumstances surrounding it...

    Eposode 159 - Pemulwuy, Aboriginal Freedom Fighter

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 57:25

    When Europeans first set foot in Botany Bay, the local populations found their homes, their foods ounces and their lives under immediate threat. Some sought to negotiate; some fled. Still others stood their ground, and became a thorn in the side of the British Empire. This is one such story. Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the scant and biased histories of the era, and seek out the truth on a 210-year vendetta.

    Episode 158 - The Drop-In Bandit

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 63:13

    How did a criminal on the run result in the election of Pauline Hanson in the 1990s? Why did a man and some photos turn the public against the police? Just who is the Drop-in-Bandit?Join Holly and Matthew as they look into Brendan Abbott and his crime-sprees.

    Episode 157 - A History of Cockatoo Island's Ghosts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 46:16

    Cockatoo Island, situated deep inside Sydney Harbour, has had continual use since time immemorial. Originally a sacred site, the island became a penal colony, a shipyard, and now a tourist location. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the history of the site, and the stories of ghosts that haunt the island's many buildings.

    Episode 156 - The Platypus

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 57:44

    When Europeans landed on the shores of Australia, a world of foreign animals and strange plants greeted their refined, English sensibilities. While the Americas had big cows and the bones of bigger elephants, Australia was home to jumping deer and teddy bears that drop from the trees to rip you apart. It took decades for the "duck-mole" to be discovered - and it took even longer for its strangest feature to be discovered. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the national treasure that is the platypus, and it's most unusual features.**Happy end of Year 3, everyone!**

    Episode 155 - Australia's Response to the Spanish Flu Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 53:45

    When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Australia in February 2020, the Australian government faced its biggest medical emergency since the 1920s. With 100 years to prepare and refine their responses to the issue, the changes, differences and actions taken by the Australian Government helped us avoid disaster. Thanks to the work of the Lost Generation and their elders, the 2020 government knew exactly what to do and what to avoid, and worked to their greatest strengths.Only kidding. The more things change, the more they stay the same.What do the Hospital Ship Somali, the Member for Adelaide George Yates, and the Spanish Flu have in common? Listen to this episode to find out!

    Episode 154 - Australia's Response to the Spanish Flu Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2021 48:49

    I'm sure you all saw this coming. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Australia in February 2020, the Australian government faced its biggest medical emergency since the 1920s. With 100 years to prepare and refine their responses to the issue, the changes, differences and actions taken by the Australian Government helped us avoid disaster. Thanks to the work of the Lost Generation and their elders, the 2020 government knew exactly what to do and what to avoid, and worked to their greatest strengths. Only kidding. The more things change, the more they stay the same.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the national pandemic response of 1919-1920 in this country, and the differences in policy, action and reaction to the emergency.

    Episode 153 - The Disappearance of Keren Rowland, featuring Capital Crime Files host Nichole Overall

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 83:57

    Keren Rowland was 20 years old when she went missing on 26 February 1971, the night of the Royal Canberra Show. Since then, what happened to her has been theorised and questioned, but one thing is sure: she was murdered. Join Holly and Matthew in welcoming our first guest host, host of Capital Crime Files podcast Nichole Overall, as we look into this case that has fascinated Canberra and surrounds for 50 years. Is there a serial killer on the loose in the ACT? We hope to find out...

    Episode 152 - The Klein Encounter Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 52:35

    Canberra may be the home of our lizard overlords, but in the 1970s, it was also the personal haunting ground for UFOs - and especially the poor woman Vikki Klein.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into Claude and the dog-faced aliens, and the journey of the Klein family.

    Episode 151 - The Klein Encounter Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 52:29

    Canberra may be the home of our lizard overlords, but in the 1970s, it was also the personal haunting ground for UFOs - and especially the poor woman Vikki Klein.Join Holly and Matthew as they look into Claude and the dog-faced aliens, and the journey of the Klein family.

    Episode 150 - The Family Cult Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 66:12

    If there is such a thing as the perfect cult leader, Anne Hamilton-Byrne could be said to be it. Indoctrinating her cultists and the children she seeks to leave to rule the world, her only flaw (as a cult leader) is that she trusted too much. Join Holly and Matthew for Year 3's Australian cult, the Family, and the consequences of their actions...*Warning violence against kids*

    Episode 149 - The Family Cult Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 62:02

    If there is such a thing as the perfect cult leader, Anne Hamilton-Byrne could be said to be it. Indoctrinating her cultists and the children she seeks to leave to rule the world, her only flaw (as a cult leader) is that she trusted too much. Join Holly and Matthew for Year 3's Australian cult, the Family, and the consequences of their actions...*Warning violence against kids*

    Episode 148 - The Wonthaggi Monster

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 53:29

    Deep in the heartlands of southeast Victoria lives a monster so fearsome, so terrifying, that its very name used to scare the countryside. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the Wonthaggi Monster, its life in the bush, and possible modern sightings...

    Episode 147 - The McMillan Cairns Memorial Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2021 69:16

    **Listener submitted** Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the history of the Gippsland area, its treatment of the local peoples, and the placement of the cairns that memorialise a bloody point in Australia's history.

    Episode 146 - The McMillan Cairns Memorial Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 58:33

    **Listener submitted** Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the history of the Gippsland area, its treatment of the local peoples, and the placement of the cairns that memorialise a bloody point in Australia's history.

    Episode 145 - Paul Hogan and Crocodile Dundee

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 90:02

    How did the man in the crocodile-skin vest go from welding on the Sydney Harbor Bridge, to rocking out in Hollywood? Join Holly and Matthew as they go through the life and adventures of Paul Hogan, and his rise to fame and glory.

    Episode 144 - The Bega Schoolgirl Murders

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2021 79:27

    When two girls from Bega went missing while camping over a long weekend, a manhunt sprouted that would cover 3 states and months of work - and only be solved when one of perpetrators dobbed himself in. Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the link between the Bega Killings, the Russell St Bombings, and the nation's capital, Canberra.

    Episode 143 - The Wiggles Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 75:58

    It's time for a little fun in the sun. Are you ready to wiggle? In the 1990s, a small band became a hit group in the Australian music industry, and started a legacy that has evolved through 3 generations of members and countless millions of children over the last 30 years. Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the history of the biggest Australian group of all time, and their wholesome origin story.

    Episode 142 - The Wiggles

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2021 53:52

    It's time for a little fun in the sun. Are you ready to wiggle? Back in the 1980s, Greg, Murray, Anthony and Jeff definitely weren't. Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the history of the biggest Australian group of all time, and their wholesome, lovely origin story.

    Episode 141 - The Thredbo Disaster Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 58:05

    On a cold winter's night in 1997, a small town in the Snowy Mountains was rocked by an event that leaves scars on its surface - mental, physical and spiritual - to this day. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the events of that night, and the two weeks following...

    Episode 140 - The Thredbo Disaster Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2021 47:01

    On a cold winter's night in 1997, a small town in the Snowy Mountains was rocked by an event that leaves scars on its surface - mental, physical and spiritual - to this day. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the events of that night, and the two weeks following...

    Episode 139 - The Ghost Trains of Sydney

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 64:53

    Things happen in Central Station, Sydney, that are hard to explain. People talking with no one present, things moving, the sounds of ghostly trains. What could be causing these strange occurrences? Do they have anything to do with the abandoned stations? Or the graveyard disinterred to make way for the station? Join Holly and Matthew as they go into the history of trains in Australia, and take a closer look at Central Station, Sydney, where ghosts are said to walk...

    Episode 138 - Australia's First Gangster Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 59:28

    Back in the 1920s, a war between rival 'pushes' erupted on the streets of Melbourne, resulting in multiple hospitalisations, a few deaths, and a city on the edge of panic. Who were the main players? Why did this happen?Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life and legacy of Australia's first gangland figures, and the effect he and his friends would have on Melbourne's criminal history.

    Episode 137 - Australia's First Gangster

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2021 57:04

    Back in the 1920s, a war between rival 'pushes' erupted on the streets of Melbourne, resulting in multiple hospitalisations, a few deaths, and a city on the edge of panic. Who were the main players? Why did this happen?Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life and legacy of Australia's first gangland figures, and the effect he and his friends would have on Melbourne's criminal history.

    Episode 136 - Mt Gambier

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 65:17

    Nestled in the south-eastern most tip of South Australia lives a mountain and the town named after it. This town is famous in the world of cryptozoology and ufology for the rare and unusual things that happen there. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the weird and wonderful of the town, the mountain and its crater lakes.

    Episode 135 - The 1975 Constitutional Crisis Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 66:53

    The 1975 Constitutional Crisis has played a part in the Australian psyche in much the same way that Ned Kelly has: the main players in the game are either saint or sinner, depending on your pre-conceived biases and preferences.But what actually happened? With the recent release of the Palace Letters tot he public, more of a clue to the inner workings of the Crisis has been revealed - though whether that makes things clearer or not is another question.Join Holly and Matthew as they navigate the waters of the Constitutional Crisis, and the events that led up to its necessity.

    Episode 134 - The 1975 Constitutional Crisis Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020 52:28

    The 1975 Constitutional Crisis has played a part in the Australian psyche in much the same way that Ned Kelly has: the main players in the game are either saint or sinner, depending on your pre-conceived biases and preferences. But what actually happened? With the recent release of the Palace Letters tot he public, more of a clue to the inner workings of the Crisis has been revealed - though whether that makes things clearer or not is another question. Join Holly and Matthew as they navigate the waters of the Constitutional Crisis, and the events that led up to its necessity.

    Episode 133 - The Last Continent (Christmas 2020)

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2020 56:34


    Oz-sploitation was a big thing back in the 1990s. In the Christmas 2019 special, we teased doing the Last Continent for the 2020 special - and here we go. Holly & Matthew pull apart the work of Terry Pratchett to examine the different cultural milestones and icons touched on with in the book. We couldn't cover everything, so we covered the most exciting pieces!Merry Christmas for another year!


    Episode 132 - Friendly Australian Serpents

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2020 75:09

    Snake awareness is something covered in the Australian education system alongside the likes of mainstays like Captain Cook and sunscreen. However, just like those subjects, the significance and impact of snakes on the Australian way of life is a little exaggerated. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the ever-present menace that is the Australian serpents, their impacts on Australians and even some notable bite stories. Main Theme music – Kevin MacLeod"Slow Ticking Clock" – Kevin MacLeodUsed under a Creative Commons license.

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