During 2019, Urban Demolition was filmed by WildBear Entertainment for an observational documentary series that explores the demolition industry in Australia.
The six-part Demolition Down Under premiered on 10’s Bold on Easter Sunday. The Urban demolition crew appear in 4 of the 6 episodes.
The series follows a number of demolition crews as they tackle everything from high-rise apartments and suburban houses to sunken yachts and massive factories and warehouses. Every job has a punishing deadline, a tight budget and often, a cramped location.
Click here to view the trailer of the show.
This season of Demolition Down Under on Discovery follows highly skilled crews as they tackle everything from high rise apartments and sunken wharves, to bizarre structures and massive warehouses.
Lifting the roof on the demolition industry, the series shows how crushing towers of concrete and tumbling
tonnes of steel, dangerous situations, tight deadlines and even tighter budgets are all in a day’s work for these crews as they subdue
unstable buildings and navigate hazardous structures.
Demolition Down Under Seris 2 is packed with hair-raising jobs including a multimillion dollar mansion in Ascot, Queensland that has to be brought down completely by hand; a monolithic former concrete plant requiring a massive demolition effort; a 14 metre vessel that has sunk off the coast of Fraser Island; the bushfire damaged Binna Burra eco-resort on the Gold Coast that needs to be torn down to make way for new life and a 50-tonne crane is brought in for a deep-sea demolition.
From difficult structures and crumbling interiors, to ripping off heavy roofs, dropping giant walls and steering 50-tonne machines over treacherous ground, the Demolition Down Under crews put everything on the line to get the job done and the building down.
Demolition Down Under is produced by WildBear Entertainment and supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland.