|The Secret River|
|Written by||Jan Sardi & Mac Gudgeon|
|Directed by||Daina Reid|
|Starring|| Oliver Jackson-Cohen |
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of episodes||2|
|Executive producers||Mark Ruse|
|Original release||14 June –|
21 June 2015
The Secret River is an Australian television drama screened on ABC in June 2015. This two-part miniseries is based on the novel of the same name written by Kate Grenville. It follows the story of young couple, William and Sal Thornhill, who are transported to the new colony of New South Wales in 1805, giving a look into the colonisation of Australia and the escalating conflict between the original Indigenous inhabitants and the newly arrived white convicts and settlers.
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