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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Australian adventure show highlights cultures, cool animals.

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This lively series offers viewers of all ages the chance to see parts of the Australian bush, and to learn more about who, and what, lives in it. The high-energy hosts are extremely likable, and their enthusiasm is contagious as they embark on one exciting trip after another. But Brandon Walters, and later, Kamil Ellis, the Wiradjuri teen who replaced Walters after the first season, also serve as the bridge between Kayne Tremills and the different aboriginal people they meet along the way, especially since Tremills had never entered the bush before appearing in the series. Episode after episode, the commitment to teaching about their home and about their unique contributions to the country to a younger generation is evident. The endless array of interesting things to see and learn, combined with lots of adrenaline-filled moments, make Bushwhacked! a great series to tune into.

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