Deadliest Roads | Australia | Free Documentary

Feb 21, 2021
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World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys Australia - Revving Down Under (2017)
Deadliest Roads - Bangladesh: usworlds.info/slow/video/naSXj5iWqHWHjn8
Australia is the second most developed country in the world; especially in the south and west, whilst the rest of the country remains wild and untamed, presenting two very different ways of life - that of the English who arrived in the 19th century in the hopes of expanding their colonies further and further afield, and that of the Aborigines, the first inhabitants of this island-continent. To connect these two worlds, giant trucks, called road trains, relentlessly tackle the most remote roads and tracks on the continent. Since the 1930s, generations of daring drivers have taken to the wheel of these beasts, taking them at full-speed across the Outback’s rugged terrain. These ancestral lands, the Gibson Desert and the unspoilt Arnhem Coast are paradise preserved in a modern world. It is there that members of the Yolngu tribe have kept their cultures and customs alive for more than 50,000 years.
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  • Australia sometimes reminds me of the United States- in some ways. Big, sprawling countries with most of the Population concentrated on the coasts. The big urban cities on the coasts and in the middle no man’s land. I think Australia - the outback has more respect for the wild and dreaming lands of the aborigines than the US allows Native Americans their traditions. Not sure but it seems like that. People who’ve lived both in America and Australia always give the aussies two thumbs up. 👍🏼 👍🏼 Anyway, Deadliest Roads Australia explores those regions that aren’t connected by planes, trains and endless ribbons of highways between Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide - the big cities. Our journey takes us to the Outback - from Adelaide to Alice Springs and Bawaka to Barkirra in the Northeastern part of the coastal region. Some fun facts: 1. Australia-owing to its size and isolation-is often dubbed the "island continent" 2. The desert or semi-arid land commonly known as the outback makes up by far the largest portion of land. Australia is the driest inhabited continent; 3. The population density is 3.2 inhabitants per square kilometer, although a large proportion of the population lives along the temperate south-eastern coastline. Compare that to last weeks Deadliest Roads Bangladesh with 43,000 people per square km. Wow. 3.2 versus 43000 people per one square kilometer. Wow. 4. Before European settlement, the animist beliefs of Australia's indigenous people had been practised for many thousands of years. Mainland Aboriginal Australians' spirituality is known as the Dreaming and it places a heavy emphasis on belonging to the land. The collection of stories that it contains shaped Aboriginal law and customs. Aboriginal art, story and dance continue to draw on these spiritual traditions. Available Worldwide

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  • life style is not deadliest road

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    Usef BhangalUsef Bhangal11 hours ago
  • 10/10 AWESOME insight into Australia. Long live the aboriginal peoples

    Leon RoweLeon Rowe12 hours ago
  • He. Is crunching a car without removing oil,fuel ,battery ? What a environment bandit !

    Alf AnderssonAlf Andersson14 hours ago
  • 23:07 23:17 Dead on, mate! ;)

    JohnJohn17 hours ago
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    Abdirashiid MohamedAbdirashiid Mohamed19 hours ago
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    The AfricanThe African22 hours ago
  • Exact same set up as Canada. We have reservations for the Indians but we pay them better because they drive 2021 4WD trucks. They also do not hate white people.

    John SmithJohn SmithDay ago
  • This documentary should've been titled "The Wild side of Auss" 👍

    Elston DiasElston DiasDay ago
  • Uneasy seeing Timmy's Australian flag boxer shorts

    Max Martin-MerrellsMax Martin-Merrells2 days ago
  • Commercial every 3-4 min , can't watch, thanks anyway

    Der TeufelDer Teufel2 days ago
  • Toyota is king

    AE29 entertainmentAE29 entertainment2 days ago
  • stop hitting skippy with your truck (a $50,000 Truck i might add)and it might fair a bit better traditional owners you are NOT they hunt not hit and run, Timmy not very smart either let some air out of your tyres there Timmy

    Mc ChickenMc Chicken2 days ago
  • Where was the deadly road? The only danger I saw in this video was the danger to Australia's economy.

    Emily SummersEmily Summers2 days ago
    • The show does not work well in 1st world countries. Next Most Dangerous Roads , The Netherlands.

      John SmithJohn SmithDay ago
  • Such a marvellous peaces of documentaries these are!!! Hats off to the Team👍

    Aimal KhanAimal Khan2 days ago
  • The diesel must flow like water in those temperatures.

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  • Timmies got brand new mud tires lol

    Keyboard WarriorKeyboard Warrior2 days ago
  • Pretty sure Timmy is mocking the camera crew.

    Keyboard WarriorKeyboard Warrior2 days ago
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    Miguel HernandezMiguel Hernandez2 days ago
  • Kangaroos have learned to just watch trucks from the distance? Yeah na, didn’t you see the dead ones every 10 meters?

    BertsrigBertsrig2 days ago
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    محمد حميدمحمد حميد3 days ago
  • @5:35 Whoa Timmy stole that summoning of the spirit mechanics from watching people in the U.S. that just bought a PepBoys battery! 😆

    Dane VannettDane Vannett3 days ago
  • Really nice of the Aborigines to share their culture with us.

    zambimaruzambimaru3 days ago
  • russel is one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet , respected by many across Australia , stay safe mate

    sam percysam percy3 days ago
  • There is no way he would of got bogged in that water. Made for youtube.

    Brodie DawsonBrodie Dawson3 days ago
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  • LIKE WATCHING THESE DOCUMENTARIES VERY INTERESTING!!

    MS GLENARDENMS GLENARDEN3 days ago
  • Timmy needs to drop the tyre pressures. That old cruiser is one of the most capable production vehicles on the planet, no problem going anywhere.

    Jon HarleyJon Harley3 days ago
  • Lots of respect to the Australian Aboriginal's, they're tough people, peace from the Mohawk Tribe in New York. Indigenous Pride

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    Designer OutletDesigner Outlet4 days ago
  • LOL toyota just practically works lol!

    Jay MetodaJay Metoda4 days ago
  • Driving in Australia and New Zealand is just like you drive in South East Asian country, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Indonesia, including Japan, South Africa and United Kingdom..Right hand drive.Greetings from Malaysia.

    Bravedigger Joseph Pepel 4880Bravedigger Joseph Pepel 48804 days ago
  • I notice that the videos that get the most views on this youtube channel are the "Deadliest Roads" ones. These documentaries are SO GOOD though. I've seen every one of the deadliest roads docs!

    Schecter WolfSchecter Wolf4 days ago
  • 10:52 Yea. that's true. White people took it by force. But your people came there and took the land from someone else many ears ago, also by force.

    Audrius JAudrius J4 days ago
    • That just isn't true, Aboriginal Australians were the first people on Australian lands, they're the second oldest population of humans living outside of Africa, there was no human people on Australia before the Aboriginals.

      TheMoonTheMoon3 days ago
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    M.E.EM.E.E4 days ago
  • hauling scrap in the dessert seems like a financial money pit. just leave it in the dessert and let the land just claim it. seems like it would only take a few years for the vehicles to corrode into dust.

    Powerful SpringsPowerful Springs5 days ago
  • Extremely inaccurate documentary

    Rousey JonesRousey Jones5 days ago
  • I am addicted to these

    Arlene CampbellArlene Campbell5 days ago
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    Prathamesh MahajanPrathamesh Mahajan5 days ago
  • Quote, 17:18 These trucks cost A SMALL FORTUNE, around 1M Euros ? What? Thats an exaggeration mate. No way!

    Freddy KaranjahFreddy Karanjah5 days ago
  • Educative, informative and entertaining.

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  • Guy has a new toyota, water, and a sparetire? Please.

    Kevin PengKevin Peng6 days ago
  • Problems in this episode looks more likely scripted.

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    Bertha VasquezBertha Vasquez6 days ago
  • looks like they should do an aboriginal series instead of taking over a roads one

    KWKW6 days ago
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    Brown originBrown origin7 days ago
  • these are the most aussie people ive seen (coming from an aussie)

    Josef RJosef R7 days ago
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    Anthony PhungAnthony Phung7 days ago
  • Old Russel from "outback truckers" to another documentary show, his a bit of a celebrity

    Aussie SeanAussie Sean7 days ago
    • I recognized him too haha!

      AlyxAlyx4 days ago
  • Australians did NOT "knickname" those truck combinations "road trains". They ARE - LEGALLY - "Road Trains", you idiot.

    TandemwingsTandemwings7 days ago
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    el-torogiel-torogi7 days ago
  • i watched Deadliest Journeys season one but none of what you got on here of what i watched is on the show is there more then one show for it

    matthew churchmatthew church7 days ago
  • This is more about superstitious religion than it is about roads.

    TM PTM P7 days ago
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    Farhan Abdi22010Farhan Abdi220107 days ago
  • okay now im in love with these series.. it's sad that i just found ur channel cuz u guys make awesome documentaries :)

    Bla BlaBla Bla7 days ago
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    Peter SongoloPeter Songolo7 days ago
  • The ghosts do that where ever they go don't let them in your land. They take whatever they want

    Val HargetVal Harget7 days ago
  • I love the fact that along the routes, cultures are showcased

    Simon KalanziSimon Kalanzi7 days ago
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    Katie DemehriKatie Demehri7 days ago
  • oh its a toyota... no wonder it still works.. hahahaha!!!

    daniel yansendaniel yansen7 days ago
  • 100 years ago roads weren't there Russell

    Bob MathiesonBob Mathieson8 days ago
  • I bet Russell doesn't clean up the ground around his picking up of wrecks

    Bob MathiesonBob Mathieson8 days ago
  • This has to be one of the most insincere and disrespectful narrations I have ever come across. Full of lies and sensationalist journalism. Shame.

    Bob MathiesonBob Mathieson8 days ago
    • What's fake about it, I'm not an Aussie educate me please.

      AlyxAlyx4 days ago
    • Agreed

      Rousey JonesRousey Jones5 days ago
    • Proper research wasn't done, but I think good can come from it.

      Greg's Gramophones and MusicGreg's Gramophones and Music6 days ago
    • Thank you

      B -B -6 days ago
    • Absolutely. "Never let the truth get in the way of a good story".

      TandemwingsTandemwings7 days ago
  • Get the facts right please. Camels were not imported from Afghanistan but from India. The word Afghans often referring to the Camel Drivers was because the first camels and their riders from India arrived in Adelaide on board the Freighter Afghan. And Tarmac has never been offered to Remote Aboriginal Communities because it could never be maintained.

    Bob MathiesonBob Mathieson8 days ago
    • No Bob. "Afghans" refers to the original camel drivers that were brought here from Afghanistan.

      TandemwingsTandemwings7 days ago
  • Roaming the world on my laptop

    Rohit JahariRohit Jahari8 days ago
  • i love your documentaries but to me this was the most boring one...

    theseas00theseas008 days ago
  • My favourite documentary channel

    Umesh K RUmesh K R8 days ago
  • that truck called megatron

    Night ParadeNight Parade8 days ago
  • beautiful australia.. 😍😍😍

    Night ParadeNight Parade8 days ago
  • Damn I’m pretty upset with the amount of fake drama added into this doco.... 🤦🏼‍♂️

    xotic86xotic868 days ago
  • Baby trucks..... come to North Western Australia ... we will show you some real ‘road trains’ .....

    xotic86xotic868 days ago
  • An unbelievable amount of ads now, no wonder people are switching to bitube... :(

    Josie Maine CoonJosie Maine Coon8 days ago
  • 14:17 lol the narrator seems to think that the trucks are run on petrol

    Jay LenoJay Leno8 days ago
  • Great content, keep it up 👍👍

    Levi StraussLevi Strauss8 days ago
  • If crocodiles are lucky they might get , a buffalo, a dingo, kangaroo, or a human ,,

    Davy MedinaDavy Medina8 days ago
  • @ 4: 18, atleast he has a car.

    yushua issayushua issa8 days ago
  • Was like a few inches of water more like a puddle he struggled with 😂

    kevin Ikevin I8 days ago
    • I noticed that too,he was already across and he backed up to make it look dramatic.

      AlyxAlyx4 days ago
  • Love this series. The production. The footage. Love OZ. This, was truly a letdown based on the average quality. OZ surely has more to offer.

    funxgoodxfunxgoodx8 days ago
  • Toyota is everywhere 😅

    Corona virusCorona virus8 days ago
  • I love this show!!!!

    MM8 days ago
    • If you missed some, go to our PLAYLISTS TAB. The docs are grouped by series: Deadliest Roads.

      Free DocumentaryFree Documentary8 days ago
  • i hope that not all of you AUS lads attatch like that 23:16

    MadlySeveredMadlySevered8 days ago
  • The Toyota he owns is the real Djoungaya. :)

    Vijay AnandVijay Anand8 days ago
  • WoW !! ......so fascinating .

    PaulLondenPaulLonden8 days ago
  • Keep doing a great job guys specially with this kind of videos of the most dengerous roads in the world, I think many of us really like it ! Thank you

    Fabian CotaFabian Cota8 days ago
  • Informative documentary!

    Gacheru MburuGacheru Mburu8 days ago
  • British nationals settlers in Australia

    Salieu JallowSalieu Jallow8 days ago
  • Russel the car recycler is also on out back truckers

    Jason McConnellJason McConnell9 days ago
  • its more like a tribal documentary, where are the roads?

    Brian McKnightBrian McKnight9 days ago
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