Special Screening

Voyage of the Southern Sun

G Documentary


Delights. Adventure. A voyage.

On the 12th April 2015, it was a calm Melbourne Spring morning, as Michael Smith quietly said goodbye to his family for "a few months,” bound for London. There was no fanfare, no press releases, no sponsors - it was to be a personal journey - just him and his little amphibious Flying Boat, Southern Sun - a "Searey", a two seat single engine plane, that can land on runways or water, a modern plane built in the style of the old ?ying boats of the prewar era specially built for Michael Smith and his voyage. 

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Release Date 29 October 2017
Rating G | General
Cast Michael Smith

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