In this episode, Nimit from India tries out surfing for the first time, Bhoom from Thailand volunteers with the charity Meals on Wheels, and Rif from Bangladesh goes busking in Sydney.
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Nimit's Indian father is a master mariner, but Nimit has never tried surfing. He wants to learn in Australia because he sees it as a quintessential Aussie sport. But will he be able to stand up on the board?
Bhoom can't believe Australians don't look after their elderly members the way they do in Thailand, and in this adventure she finds out how the charity Meals on Wheels makes a difference by cooking and delivering hot food.
Rif plays electric guitar but he has never busked before they don't have buskers in Bangladesh. So he goes into the city of Sydney to get a busking licence, and tries his luck at public performance.
My Australia shows people from our region experiencing the real Australia.
Our guests come from all over Asia and the Pacific, and they are keen to get involved in new Australian challenges.