Internationally renowned Indigenous musician, actor and presenter David Hudson takes two modern city-raised women to his family’s homeland at Jowalbinna on Cape York Peninsula and asks his relatives to teach them about bush tucker, bush medicine and traditional Aboriginal trapping and hunting techniques. David’s philosophy is that once you know what can sustain human survival in any environment and where, when and how this sustenance is to be obtained, then the environment ceases to be hostile. Luckily for the girls this location had all the means to survive if they knew where to look. They got hot, they got lost and they got frustrated but did they remember enough to survive in the bush?
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following program may contain images and voices of deceased persons.