Netflix’s Back to the Outback is a 90-minute film all about talking animals who never shut their mouths, fun dance breaks, and feel-good messages. Directed by Clare Knight and Harry Cripps, Back to the Outback is an animated Australian movie that you can put on while making dinner and not feel guilty.
This animated comedy is all about the dangerous animals from the animal kingdom, like snakes, spiders, and other dangerous Australian animals who have evil reputations because of their venom or mouth daggers.
On December 3rd, 2021, the film had a limited theatrical release. It was aired on Netflix on December 10th, 2021. The film has received mostly positive critical reviews from the audiences. It’s that kind of film where your little ones can learn life lessons even on their own, and which you will love to watch with your kids as well.
Here are some facts you didn’t know about Netflix’s Back to the Outback.
BACK TO THE OUTBACK comes to Netflix tomorrow! Last one to watch it is deadly, disgusting and venomous (tag a friend!) pic.twitter.com/tnq4wTn996
— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) December 9, 2021
Amazing facts you didn’t know about Back to the Outback on Netflix
- The Australian wildfire is inspired by the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.
- The San Diego Zoo has the world’s largest koala colony outside of Australia.
- The directors’ names are Clare and Harry, hide in several places in the film.
- Many of the bikers have Australia-themed tattoos. Bunnings- a hotdog on bread, and Tim Tams- Australian chocolate biscuits, meat pies, and Ibis- an Australian bird. All the bikers have one thing in common, a snake tattoo.
- Australia gets spider showers. After weeks of wildfire, followed by rain, spiders ran down from the sky.
- Not all funnel-webbed spiders are venomous.
- Buffalo grass is very common in Australia. This lush grass is known for its resilience in all weather conditions.
- At least 20 types of different types of Australian animal species are featured in the movie.
- Taipan Snake
- Funnel Web-Spider
- Thorny Devil Lizard
- Tasmanian Devil
- Bush Pigs
- Frilled-Neck Lizard
- Great White Shark
- Cane Toads
- Dung Beetles
- Flying Foxes
- Wedge Tailed Eagle
- Redback Spider
Now, you have all the amazing facts from Back to the Outback on Netflix. Have you seen this amazing film yet?