Hunting + Adventure + Outback 12 DVD pack (Best Value)

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My Australian Hunting+ Adventure and Outback pack contains 12 of David’s favourite Films in The Outback of Australia, Africa and East Timor 

Pack comes in 12 Seperate DVDs and includes the following films

1- Bush Beasts -  

The film features the shocking damage feral animals cause in the Australian wilderness and includes David Ireland culling feral goats and pigs using Bow and Arrow.

2- Crocodileman- 

David Ireland produced the cinema film Crocodileman back in 1992. The film featured David searching northern Australia for its largest crocodile in the wild. David places his film cage in some of Australia`s most remote rivers in his quest and eventually has an encounter with a man eating crocodile in a horrid place known as the Blood  Drain. The film climaxes when David gets inside his cage in a man made lake with over 100 massive crocs. The film nearly cost David his life.

3 - Wild Boar Attack:

This film features David helping to cull feral boars on an aboriginal reserve that are killing sheep during a shocking drought. David learns about an old aboriginal elder that was attacked by a huge boar, it killed both his dogs and then attacked the old man. It tore up his legs, his hand and even his neck with its tusks. The old man nearly died from his wounds. David then turns his attention to trying to hunt down the dangerous boar. The film is not for children as it features David hunting boars with dogs and knife, a bow and a rifle. 

 

4- Wild Boars of the Australian Back

This film includes David working with Aboriginals in outback nsw controlling feral pig numbers and bow hunting in the wetlands of Cape York. It also includes some amazing Snake encounters.

 

5-  Australian Safari

The film took nearly two years to make. It’s was shot in many locations around Australia including Deserts, Wetlands, The Tropical North, Mountain Ranges, Outback NSW, Cape York and the Great Barrier Reef. David encounters a huge diversity of animal life including Snakes, Monitors, Scrub Bulls, Wild Boars, Crocodiles, Manta Rays and Whales. 

 6 Wildlife Boy

My son was only 11 years old when I took him to the outback and taught him about Australian wildlife including snakes, lizards, monitors and even deadly scorpions. After weeks in the outback it was time for me to teach Jason to SCUBA dive and take him underwater so he could encounters a range of marine animals, including small sharks and giant cuttlefish. Wildlife Boy rated highly world-wide on major TV networks including Discovery Channel USA and Channel Nine Australia.

 

7 Outback Serpents

 Has been watched my countless millions around the world on major networks including Discovery Channel. It features David Ireland exploring outback Australia and Cape York in his quest to encounter Australian snakes. Perfect viewing for the whole family. 

 

8 Treasure in Paradise

 This Wildlife Man film was one of David`s most dangerous films to produce. David travels to war torn East Timor in his quest to film some of the most exotic marine and jungle animals. Encounters include viper snakes, huge water buffalo,strange deep sea fish that can walk, a massive python that can swallow a monkey and extremely dangerous criminals. 

 9 Surviving Africa

 its a must have Wildlife Man DVD that can be enjoyed by the whole family. David travels to Sabi Sabi on his quest to get up close and dangerous with Africa`s most amazing animals, including Lion: Leopard: Elephant: Hippo: Rhino: Cape Buffalo: Giraffe: Wart Hog: and Rock Pythons. Filmed in stunning full HD  

 

 10 Cold Blooded Australians 

 It was filmed in some of Australia`s most arid wilderness regions. David Ireland encounters some extremely rare and exotic animals that survive in the most extreme conditions. Outback temperatures can drop below zero and rise to over 50 degrees. The encounters and scenery in this Wildlife Man film can only be described as amazing.

 

11 Searching for Dragons

 Filmed in the Australian Outback Filming Monitors and many other amazing creatures. This film took over a year to make and is David’s Favourite 

12 Desert Ghosts 

 This Wildlife Man film features David Ireland searching the outback for Desert Ghosts, huge feral wild camels that roam the wilderness. David also shows his skills at  "Horse Whispering" A wonderful way of taming wild stallions. David and his old aboriginal mate hunting fish and crayfish.