It was the last of five glorious slow television events over January. SBS viewers went on quite the journey with the Indian Pacific train, the Kimberley Cruise, a trip through Britain's extensive canal network with The Canal trip, and revisiting last year's cross-country journey with The Ghan. On the final evening, viewers were taken from one end of New Zealand to the other with North To South: NZ's Wildest Journey.
It was a journey that left viewers with a lot to think about:
There were viewers concerned about the local wildlife:
The architectural feats were a drawcard for some of the viewers:
Other viewers began thinking about the health benefits of watching TV this slow:
Even those who didn't watch it were stuck thinking about it:
And then there were those whose minds drifted entirely:
But, of course, most of us were all just thinking about how darn beautiful the whole experience has been: