Truck rollover creates a dangerous situation this week on OUTBACK RINGER


This week on Outback Ringer, Clarry must transport his feral cattle across the cyclone battered landscape of Seven Emu station.

Disaster strikes when he rolls his truck on a treacherous creek crossing. In order to save their season, Clarry and his team embark on a grueling salvage mission that calls on all their skills of improvisation.

Liz and Willie catch huge numbers of feral buffalo on their home station, all in the hope that the new processing facility, Batchelor Meatworks will open any day. But when Kurt Hammar visits the new facility to do some detective work it looks like the Cooks gamble hasn’t paid off.

Lach completes his first order for the season, but is forced into a quick sale to cover mounting costs.

Production credits: Outback Ringer is a Ronde Production for the ABC. Principal production investment from Screen Australia in association with the ABC. Financed with support from Screen NSW with Screen Territory. Executive Producer: Ben Davies (Ronde), Producer: Thomas Lawrence (Ronde), ABC Manager of Documentaries: Stephen Oliver.

Outback Ringer, Episode 7 – Tuesday 1 December 8.00pm on ABC and iview




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