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Queensland Indigenous Eco Tours tonight on season finale of Movin’ To The Country

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On the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Halina jumps on a 100-year-old ketch at Mooloolaba to join an Indigenous-owned eco tour company sharing a profound connection between their ancient culture and the sea.

Kristy meets two start-up entrepreneurs in Rockhampton’s Smart Hub, doing clever things with women’s motorcycle gear and mastectomy clothing.

In Bundaberg, Craig gets into a seafood smokery, combining German family tradition with the best of modern Queensland.

Production credits: ABC Executive Producer, Jo Chichester. Series Producer, Elissa McKeand.

Movin’ To The Country – Series 1, Episode 6 airs Friday 6 August 7.30pm on ABC and iview

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