Being teased for his color, Johnny the white koala joins a traveling carnival with Hamish, a Tasmanian devil, and Higgens, a photographer monkey as talent agents. On the way through the Australian outback desert, the trailer they are in comes loose and crashes. Johnny must live up to the hero status Hamish presents him as while the outback locals try to rescue a kidnapped koala from Bog, a giant crocodile and hYes the accents were a bit over the top, yes some of the places were mispronounced, but my two year old Grand Daughter did not mind she thought it was great, and I thought it was good as well as I had to sit through it to the end, kids don’t care about accents or mispronounced places they like the animals and the story and I believe they did a pretty good job to keep my Grand Daughter quiet for an hour or so.
It’s not Crocodile Dundee at work here it’s children’s entertainment and should be viewed for what it is, a very good story and very underrated at that.
I think most Aussies would give it a fair go, my family did and we are Aussies I give it a 7 out 10 as well.is dingo lackeys.