Wednesday Night Made in Australasia

Wednesday night focuses on stories and events from Australasia. The night is dedicated to providing programmes filmed and produced around New Zealand and Australia, showcasing both countries and its people.

Wednesday Night in Australasia

  • 7.30pm Rural Delivery
  • 8.00pm Gardening Australia
  • 8.30pm Fishy Business
  • 9.00pm Country Town Rescue
  • 9.30pm Get Your Fish On
  • 10.00pm Country Vets

Rural Delivery

Wednesdays at 7.30pm
Rural Delivery is showcasing the latest innovations and technology in the rural sector. The show provides news and information for farmers, while city slickers can learn about the people, businesses and developments taking place across the country – Proudly brought to you by Alltech!

Gardening Australia

Wednesdays at 8.00pm
Gardening Australia is a long running series providing practical, realistic, and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining those with a love of gardening. Presented by leading horticultural experts and passionate gardeners.

Fishy Business

Wednesdays at 8.30pm
Sit back and relax as Adam takes you on a Kiwi fishing expedition.

Country Town Rescue

Wednesdays at 9.00pm
Trundle, a classic country town in Central Western NSW with a population of just 485 people has recently lost its footy team, racetrack, ambo service and bank. But the small community has come together with an ingeniously simple plan to save their town – they’re offering city slickers the chance to move to Trundle and rent abandoned Farmhouses for only $1 a week. Country Town Rescue follows the journey of this move.

Get Your Fish On

Wednesdays at 9.30pm
Get Your Fish On is an entertaining way to soak up the language, learn new kupu about fishing and see some of the countries biggest fishing fanatics go head to head on the moana!

Country Vets

Wednesdays at 10.00pm
This reality TV series follows a group of country vets at a large rural practice in New Zealand. Filmed over the busy farming months of spring and early summer, our cameras go with the vets on their daily rounds – and we see the day – to – day reality of being a vet in rural New Zealand.