What are some unusual, creative, off-beat things to do/experience in Australia that would make for good and interesting travel-documentary TV?
I have an interview soon to potentially be a host for a travel TV program
geared at future visitors to Australia. The idea is that people who were originally from outside Australia themselves check out different facets of Aussie life and the things that happen around there.
According to the producers, they already have plenty of episodes around adventure travel/sport, so they'd like something different. Since I'm involved in performance art I figured I'd pitch things that are more creative, mental-based, or senses-based. However, they did ask for things I haven't
done, and I'm slightly stuck for ideas (since I do get up to quite a bit of madness!).
What sort of things could I suggest as potential episodes? Some ideas I've collected were: Roller derby, street art/graffiti, ghost tours, pole dance, some sort of spa/alternative therapy, sheep shearing, Jillaroo-ing, Dracula's Theatre Restaurant, meeting a craft guild of some sort (anything especially Australian?).
They did say they're on a low budget, so Queensland-based ideas would be best, but if there's a particular place, event, festival, or activity that sounds awesome anywhere in Australia do share!