Iconic broadcaster and mother of the nation Judy Bailey is back on television.
She stars in a new TV One travel series on our closest neighbour, Australia.
The five-part series charts Judy’s journey through Aussie as she takes the road less travelled from Western Australia to the Northern Territory.
Judy said she was keen to give everything a go and was a “great believer in trying something new when you are away on holiday.”
The former TV One newsreader tries her hand at panning and then drilling for gold in Victoria as she retraces the steps of a great gold rush.
In New South Wales she checks out the Blue Mountains, ventures into Jenolan Caves and then heads north to Byron Bay where she learns how to surf.
In Queensland she calls in on the only town in the world to boast a numerical name, 1770.
Her journey draws to a close as she looks at billion-year-old sandstone escarpments and flood plains teeming with exotic wildlife in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.
Judy Bailey’s Australia hits the small screen this Saturday at 8.30pm on TV One.