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Great New Zealand River Journeys: The Clutha River Television – 1991 Documentary

Great New Zealand River Journeys: The Clutha River

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Produced by George Andrews, Great New Zealand River Journeys is a three-part series exploring the history and majesty of the Waikato, Wanganui and Clutha rivers. In this episode, Jon Gadsby explores the Clutha River and surrounds, and finds out about jet-boating and rafting (the cameraman falls in when he gets a little too close to his subject), bungy jumping, the Clyde Dam, Cromwell's giant fruit and Alexandra's giant clock. Gadsby enjoys the ubiquitous whitebait fritters offered by the locals before the journey ends at the mouth of the river. 

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The copyright for this title is held by George Andrews Productions.

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Made with funding from NZ On Air.