In eight-part ABC factual series Back To Nature, hosts Aaron Pedersen and bestselling author Holly Ringland will guide viewers through the wonder and awe of the Australian landscape, exploring stories that reconnect the audience with the natural world and with Country.

Premiering on Tuesday August 10 at 8pm, in each episode Holly and Aaron visit a new Australian location, each within easy reach of a city or town. This series isn’t about travelling to exotic, faraway places, but about seeing the local and accessible with fresh eyes and deeper appreciation. Along the way, the hosts meet people connected to the landscapes. A few are well known, like John Williamson, Missy Higgins, and Poh Ling Yeow, however many have ancestral connections with the country stretching back tens of thousands of years.

Back to Nature is a Media Stockade and Threshold Pictures production, with Rebecca Barry and Madeleine Hetherton producing with Jane Manning series producer.

The directors are Kimberley Benjamin, Dena Curtis, Manning and Sophie Wiesner.

Pederson is an EP, with ABC executive producer Frances O’Riordan and ABC head of entertainment Nick Hayden.

Back to Nature was commissioned by ABC TV and funded in association with Screen NSW and The People and Parks Foundation.

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  1. The trailer looks amazing and it really comes across as something I should not miss but what’s with the “it fosters diversity” tag?
    Isn’t that a red flag that says the opposite these days?
    I sure hope is not, because it really sounds awesome!

  2. Sorry, but this series doesn’t work for me. I am a big fan of Aaron Pederson but he looks totally uncomfortable co- hosting this. Beautiful scenery but Aaron is is not his usual charismatic self.

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