AN Australian children's TV show was filmed in a village along the Sigatoka River recently.
According to river expedition operator Sigatoka River Safari, the crew from Australia's Totally Wild visited the children and people of Sautabu Village last month.
The show's Melbourne-based reporter, Natalie Hunter, was accompanied by a crew of three.
Sigatoka River Safari sales and marketing assistant Sylvia Waqabaca said the children were delighted to have the TV show host at their village.
"The children were amazed to see the different cameras and the boom mike, it's something they don't see every day and the reaction they had to all this was captured on film as Natalie quickly made some new friends," Ms Waqabaca said in a statement.
Totally Wild airs on Channel 10 in Australia.
Representatives from Tourism Fiji's new global advertising Colenso BBDO and website partners Sparks Interactive from New Zealand also had a chance to embark on the water adventure.
The team took a tour of the famous water safari as they began familiarising themselves with Fiji's culture and environment.