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Back Roads

Back Roads is Australian Travel TV series. It first aired on Nov 30, 2015, on ABC. The series has 6.7 * rating by IMDb. Back Roads is set in Australia.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Back Roads Have There Been: 5 (50 episodes)

Season 6

ABC

Season 5

Season premieres on June 17, 2019

ABC, 8 episodes

Season 4

Season premieres on June 11, 2018

Returns: December 3, 2018

Finale: February 11, 2019

ABC, 16 episodes

Season 3

2017, ABC, 9 episodes

Season 2

2016, ABC, 9 episodes

Season 1

2015, ABC, 8 episodes

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Back Roads TV Show Schedule

Back Roads is on ABC (Australia) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 5 Episode 8 () - Air Date: Aug 05, 2019 (20 days ago)

News & Interviews

Idaho Back Roads- Idaho's Wildlife Scenic Byway - 6 On Your Side - according to Kivitv

"People like to come and they'll just come here and stay and just right here where we are at," said Ward. "They'll have coffee in the morning. There'll be elk in the field and the pasture around. It's just a real draw. It's nice."

Back Roads: Vanilla slice legend creates boom in Victorian town of Birchip - ABC Online - according to Abc

Tom Shanahan played an American pilot five times — despite his Australian accent — before scoring the role of Vladimir Putin. He's one of many Western actors filling roles in China's growing propaganda movie industry.

Back Roads: The Big Bogan continues to split opinion in Nyngan - ABC Local - by Abc

Opinion in the town is split over the five-metre-high steel Big Bogan complete with singlet, shorts, thongs, trucker hat, mullet and Southern Cross tattoo. He holds a fishing rod and is posed ready for a photo with a thumbs up, and a steel eski for tourists to sit on.

Back Roads returns to ABC for second season - Inside Film - via If

Presented by Heather Ewart and created by the ABC’s regional division, season one took audiences to Ceduna in South Australia, Derby in Western Australia, Birchip and Yackandandah in Victoria, Winton and Karumba in Queensland, the Clarence River region in New South Wales and Queenstown in Tasmania.

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