Off Track, with Ann Jones, is an Australian radio show and podcast which combines the relaxing sounds of nature with awesome stories of wildlife and environmental science, all recorded in the outdoors.
Where dragons float
Dragon by name, seaweed by nature
You find yourself awake in the middle of the night and there is a willy wagtail singing to the moon. Are you loosing your mind, or does this bird occasionally turn into a were-willy?
Always wear the gloves and other lessons [Incident Report 04]
More quollity drama for your ears.
Who would ride a motorbike on Antarctic sea ice?
His name is George and he's a bit of a legend.
Balancing Nature: New Zealand [RE-ISSUE]
A pioneering experiment to rid New Zealand of its pest problem.
Balancing Nature: Philippines [RE-ISSUE]
The Philippines is a reef fish biodiversity hotspot, but it's a delicate balance between livelihoods and sustainability in some fishing communities.
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My favourite podcast
Off track is a balm to my country brain stuck in inner city Melbourne lockdown. I have been listening for years, but appreciate it so much more now.
Ann and her guests take me away from the city, into the bush and desert and ocean - learning about nature and science and culture.
Nature tracks - the soundscapes of different locations - are lifesavers when I’m getting stressed.
Keep up the great work team!
all gasps and giggles
Wow! What a great podcast. Eels, crocs, rescues! All gasps and giggles from this new listener. I wish I’d found this show at the beginning of lockdown. Great backing tracks as well.
Loving the new Nature Track soundscapes
I’ve loved listening to Off Track for several years now, it’s like my podcast ‘happy place’!
More recently I can’t get enough of the new ‘Nature Track’ soundscapes, I use them as a relaxing background sound while I work, and also for winding down at night. Highly recommend! 🐸🍃☀️🐝🌻🦆