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In September 1997 'Burke's Backyard' clocked up a major achievement, 10 years on Australian television. The first program went to air on Channel 9 on 12 September, 1987. Featured in each show are Amazing Facts: pieces of trivia,...
15th Birthday This week we are celebrating the 15th anniversary of the beginning of Burke's Backyard on television. The program started at midday on Saturdays in 1987 and quickly moved to...
This week's Burke's Backyard was filmed in Adelaide, known as the 'City of Churches'. The site for South Australia's capital was chosen by surveyor, Colonel William Light, in 1836. The site...
In an Adelaide suburban backyard only about 18x49m (60x160'), Bosko Sladic grows enough vegetables for his family, his friends and all the neighbours as well. Don visited...
Al-Ru FarmTwenty years ago, sheep grazed within 10 metres of Ruth and Alan Irving's small cottage. They planted a few trees, but there was little topsoil for a garden along the stony clay ridge. The...
The Alhambra, meaning red fortress, stands majestically on red clay hills to the east of Granada, in the south of Spain. It is considered to be the finest surviving medieval palace anywhere in the world and its gardens, patios and...
This week, Don and the Burke's Backyard team visited Alice Springs. Don met some of the locals and had a good look around the area. He loved seeing all the subtle colours: the silvery blue-green of the spinifex...
Allan Seale MBE, 1919-2001 This week, Don had some very sad news. Much-loved gardening personality Allan Seale passed away on February 16, 2001. Allan was one of the pioneers of television and radio...
Alpine Bulbs - Come and See My Garden Burke's Backyard visited the garden belonging to Otto Fauser in the Dandenongs, Victoria where he has created a Bavarian inspired alpine garden. There are crocuses and irises covering the hillsides of...
Charity fun day at Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s Cruden Farm Dame Elisabeth Murdoch AC, DBE will open the gates to her magnificent Cruden Farm property on Sunday 25 October to raise vital funds for charity. The fifth annual...

 


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