Suspended in mid-air, inches from hivoltage power lines, these deathdefying pilots have an incredibly tough job to do. From working on remote power line transmission towers and hovering just inches from the live wires, to dropping off farm workers into croc-infested swampland for crocodile egg collection.From providing 24-hour aeromedical emergency services to remote and regional residents, to bombing the bushfire flames with thousands of litres of water or foam from above, during Australia's hot, dry summers.They are Australia's Outback Pilots, men and women risking their lives through some of the most inhospitable terrain on the planet. Out here only one thing matters, getting there and back alive!

Outback Pilots - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-02

Outback Pilots - Survivor: The Australian Outback - Netflix

Survivor: The Australian Outback (also referred to as Survivor: Australia in later seasons) is the second season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor. Filming took place at Goshen Station, on the bank of the Herbert River (approximately 3 hours south-west of Cairns) in northern Queensland from October 23, 2000, through December 3, 2000, eventually premiering on January 28, 2001. Hosted by Jeff Probst, it consisted of 42 days of gameplay with 16 competitors. The sixteen contestants were initially separated into two tribes, named Kucha and Ogakor. When ten players remained, they merged into one tribe, named Barramundi. Tina Wesson won the season and was named the Sole Survivor, defeating Colby Donaldson by a jury vote of 4–3. It was the top-rated show of 2001, according to Nielsen Ratings with an average of 30 million viewers tuning each week. The entire season was released in DVD format on April 26, 2005.

Outback Pilots - Voting history - Netflix

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