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World’s Most Harmful Roads: Deadliest Journeys Australia – Revving Down Beneath (2017)

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Australia is the next most designed state in the world in particular in the south and west, while the relaxation of the nation continues to be wild and untamed, presenting two really different methods of life – that of the English who arrived in the 19th century in the hopes of increasing their colonies further more and even more afield, and that of the Aborigines, the initially inhabitants of this island-continent. To hook up these two worlds, large vehicles, named highway trains, relentlessly deal with the most remote streets and tracks on the continent. Considering the fact that the 1930s, generations of daring motorists have taken to the wheel of these beasts, getting them at entire-speed throughout the Outback’s rugged terrain. These ancestral lands, the Gibson Desert and the unspoilt Arnhem Coastline are paradise preserved in a modern-day planet. It is there that associates of the Yolngu tribe have saved their cultures and customs alive for additional than 50,000 years.
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  1. Australia sometimes reminds me of the United States- in some ways. Big, sprawling countries with most of the Population concentrated on the coasts. The big urban cities on the coasts and in the middle no man’s land. I think Australia – the outback has more respect for the wild and dreaming lands of the aborigines than the US allows Native Americans their traditions. Not sure but it seems like that.
    People who’ve lived both in America and Australia always give the aussies two thumbs up. 👍🏼 👍🏼

    Anyway, Deadliest Roads Australia explores
    those regions that aren’t connected by planes, trains and endless ribbons of highways between Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide – the big cities.

    Our journey takes us to the Outback – from Adelaide to Alice Springs and Bawaka to Barkirra in the Northeastern part of the coastal region.

    Some fun facts:

    1. Australia—owing to its size and isolation—is often dubbed the "island continent"

    2. The desert or semi-arid land commonly known as the outback makes up by far the largest portion of land. Australia is the driest inhabited continent;

    3. The population density is 3.2 inhabitants per square kilometer, although a large proportion of the population lives along the temperate south-eastern coastline. Compare that to last weeks Deadliest Roads Bangladesh with 43,000 people per square km. Wow. 3.2 versus 43000 people per one square kilometer. Wow.

    4. Before European settlement, the animist beliefs of Australia's indigenous people had been practised for many thousands of years. Mainland Aboriginal Australians' spirituality is known as the Dreaming and it places a heavy emphasis on belonging to the land. The collection of stories that it contains shaped Aboriginal law and customs. Aboriginal art, story and dance continue to draw on these spiritual traditions.

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  2. LOL I promise I have been wanting to see a new one so bad I love watching these I absolutely enjoy it so thank you

  3. Finally….. Iam totally addicted for this documentary, would really appreciate if more of Behind Bars – Toughest prison episode release ASAP

  4. I really love the voice of thenarrator of this documentary the voice so nice to hear😍😍😍

  5. Thanx very much, I always be waiting for next release all times, much appreciation for your work guy

  6. Man, Australia really is damn big. And the aborigines own most of the vast land . . . I can't help asking myself, their beliefs doesn't allow them to do some farming or what?

  7. But seriously, a " making of" of one of your guys documentary would be awesome 🔥💥

  8. Kept on coming to see if there's a new vid. Thanks FD team. Lots of love from kenya 🇰🇪🇰🇪

  9. i highly recommend watching 4WD 24/7 for austrailian offroad videos. theres also a series on netflix called outback truckers, the stuff is wild

  10. Deadliest roads USA style … first we'll take a ride around Chicago after dark then its escape from burning California, followed by driving on all seasons in frozen Texas

  11. more welfare recipients same thing same people everywhere they look they just cannot seem to help themselves everyone else evolves…why cant they

  12. These videos are one of the few things my family can actually watch and enjoy together. Thanks & keep the great work up!

  13. hello from Indonesia. really love your Deadliest Roads series. keep up the good work 👍🏻

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