The ins and outs of the classroom lives of a group of students who attend the fictional Hartley High School in Sydney.
"Sydney, here we come!" The Busan Boys visit the peaceful port city of Sydney, with shining waters and the sail-shaped Opera House!
Four Busan Boys go on a working holiday to Sydney, Australia. Actors Heo Sung-tae, Lee Si-eon, Ahn Bo-hyun, and travel YouTuber Kwak Joon-bin (KWAKTUBE) unite under the name of their hometown, Busan. With beautiful scenes of nature, a high minimum wage, and English as the common language, Australia is a popular destination for working holidays. Will these four be able to achieve both their goals of finding a nice job and going on fun adventures? Join them on their journey as they explore Sydney, a city similar to yet different from Busan.
The Busan Boys set off on a working holiday project, where they work hard and play even harder.
A fresh look at Hartley High over 20 years on. With her new friends - outsiders Quinni and Darren - Amerie must repair her reputation, while navigating love, sex, and heartbreak.
The trials and tribulations of a group of young backpackers living in the same Sydney hostel.
Young Lions was an Australian TV police drama broadcast on the Nine Network in 2002 and in Ireland on RTÉ Two.The series was based around the professional and private lives of four rookie detectives, the Young Lions, of South West 101, an inner city Sydney police station.
The program rated poorly and was not renewed after its first season. Competition from other new drama series and several timeslot changes also contributed to the show's demise.
Wildside is an Australian police procedural television series broadcast on the ABC from 1997 to 1999.
The show consisted of a one hour format that followed police interactions in inner Sydney. It starred Rachael Blake, Tony Martin, Richard Carter and Alex Dimitriades. Mary Coustas joined the series in a regular role late in its run, appearing in the last ten episodes.
The series was filmed in Sydney. It was characterised by its use of ad lib dialogue and hand held camera work. It won several Logie Awards, including Silver Logies for outstanding work by Rachael Blake and Tony Martin for acting, as well as the Most Outstanding Miniseries Logie in 1998. It was also nominated for several Australian Film Institute Awards.
A rerun of the series began in Australia on ABC1 in the early hours of Friday mornings, starting in September 2008.
Cops L.A.C. is a 2010 Australian television police drama, which screened on the Nine Network. The series followed the work of officers at the Seaview Local Area Command, a fictitious police response area of the 'State Police' set in harbourside Sydney, New South Wales. The first series premiered on 2 September 2010, in the same timeslot of Network Ten's police drama Rush.
On 22 November 2010, the Nine Network cancelled the show due to the high production costs.
Follows the theft of a multi-million-dollar necklace and the women from different walks of life who come together to ensure that justice is served.
In the Sydney underworld, the lives of gangsters, the Instagram generation, and the glamorous social elite intertwine.
Set in the 1970s and 1980s in Sydney, the miniseries concerns the relationship between controversial former Detective Roger "the Dodger" Rogerson and notorious criminal Arthur "Neddy" Smith. Rogerson and his colleagues were accused of giving Smith a "green light" to commit crimes without Police interference, with the relationship fraying when Rogerson orders hitman Christopher "Mr. Rent-a-Kill" Flannery to murder Police Officer Michael Drury.
Water Under the Bridge is a 1980 mini series based on the 1977 novel by Sumner Locke Elliott.
In early 1972, Ita Buttrose and Kerry Packer got together to create a magazine that became one of the most dramatic sensations in Australian publishing history. CLEO Magazine - begun in a "fit of pique" - went on to help define women, Australia and the relationship between the two.
Charismatic and engaging Housewives enjoy the extravagant, stylish and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Sydney.
A ten-part documentary series, Inside Central Station: Australia’s Busiest Railway blends unscripted high-stakes drama with extraordinary engineering marvels, introduces us to memorable diverse characters who are passionate about their jobs, shares quirky moments and brings a strong sense of Australian history.
You have officially been marked. Axmo Deus is an anthology series composed of 1-Minute films that run the spectrum from paranormal horror, gore and every bloodcurdling thing in between. There is safety in fear.
Journalist Juanita Nielsen's family pursue the truth about her infamous 1975 disappearance. Revelations about Juanita's almost certain murder and remarkable life go to who killed her, why and how justice was denied.
Filmed over 5 years, this series will trace the enormous engineering challenges faced by what is the greatest public transport project in Australia's history: a brand new, state-of-the-art metro system through, beneath and above the streets of this iconic city of five million people.
Sydney New Year's Eve is an annual multi-tiered event held every New Year's Eve over Sydney Harbour, centering on the Harbour Bridge. Its main features are two pyrotechnic displays, the 9pm Family Fireworks and the Midnight Fireworks, both of which are televised nationally with the latter also televised around the world.
Each year the event takes on a new theme and is regularly viewed by more than one million people at the harbour and one billion worldwide for the televised Midnight Fireworks. For the 2010–11 event, an audience of 1.5 million watched the display at the river bank and 1.1 billion are reported to have watched it globally.