Dan and Hayden fetch capsicums and Moreton Bay Bugs before they embark on their sailing trip. They treat themselves to a round of snorkelling at the Whitsundays. They walk into an ancient aboriginal cave. And they expect to catch some fish this time.
Dan and Hayden wakesurf on the lower Ord River, catch a light aircraft over the Bungle Bungles, find Australia's largest chia farm, play basketball against a girls' school, and meet an indigenous chef.
Dan and Hayden indulge in a surfing session with Alex Ramerez for company. David Ross asks the duo to come over to the Ningaloo Reef for a round of snorkelling, and also watching some marine life. The two attempt to catch mud crabs and go prawning from a trawler.
Dan and Hayden spend some time dolphin watching in Shark Bay. Their attempts to catch crabs are unsuccessful. They have a good time travelling first to a Salt farm, then to 1000-year-old Stromatalites. They also find wild Samfire and get acquainted with Capes, an indigenous man character.
Dan and Hayden indulge in a host of activities. They visit Cable Beach; try their hand at fishing and the paddleboard. They also enjoy a trip to a mango farm whose owner is allergic to mangoes! The two also chat with a pearling family. Dan plays Ukulele along with musician Stephen Pigram.
Dan and Hayden travel on a cable car to fetch some Rainforest Honey. They visit Dan's Nunna and watch her preparing her signature ravioli. There's more excitement in store for them. They meet mushroomers, a prawn farm and get up and close with a Leopard shark called Mo.
Dan and Hayden go in search for a herd of cattle and wild goats accompanied by the cattleman and Pilot Justin Steadman. They lend a helping hand at the cattle yard, sort goats and indulge in a session of skurfing on a mud flat. They also cook on a campfire.
Dan and Hayden's trip is turning into a beautiful learning experience. In this episode, the Beswick Indigenous Community women acquaint them with underground native bees, collect waterlily bulbs, swim in the amazing Beswick Falls, fish for prawns and take them on a visit to the School of Air.
At Noosa, Hayden whips up a yummy spread of breakfast salad with chorizo, herbs and eggs. Dan makes Korean pork pot roast dish and makes it more flavourful by adding Kimchi that he picked from the local market.
Dan and Hayden enjoy their ride on a gyrocopter. It is a learning experience for the duo. They come to know why the local brewer throws red-hot rocks into his winter beer. The two also have a talk with a local goat farmer and cheese markers. At the Circus School they learn to trapeze!
Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now.