Nature Track is a podcast that opens a window on the beautiful sounds of the Australian wilderness. These long, uninterrupted soundscapes are the perfect relaxing soundtrack for your work, exercise, meditation or sleep. Each unique track is carefully recorded on location in a different part of Australia by the ABC’s nature specialist Ann Jones.
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In 1977, we sent a Golden Record of the sounds of Earth into space with NASA's Voyager probes. This 'cosmic' calling card inspired the program team to make this - a golden record of Australian sounds. It varies from Nature Track - there are human mad... more
No music. No voices. Just the sound of a creek bed in outback Australia. more
No music, no human voices. Just the sound of an epic summer storm rolling on through the evening. more
Ann, what a terrific idea and asset this is. more
Thank you for producing these recordings❤️
Just what I’ve been looking for…thanks so much..a significant part of my early childhood and hearty teen years was growing up ‘out bush’ as it was called 25 miles south of Darwin on the Elizabeth River…our home was literally on the banks of the river and in the wet season we’d get flooded out at least once a year…often twice…going to sleep to the joyfully chorused serenading of green tree frogs during the intermissions of rain that pummelled down on the corrugated iron roof top and waking up ear... more
This production is absolute bliss. Thank you for reminding me how much the soul needs nature.
These recordings are so relaxing to listen to. If I wake in the middle of the night, I pop on one of these recordings and I’m back asleep in no time. The ones with frogs and rain being the best to aid dozing off.
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Nature Track launched 3 years ago and published 17 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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