'Outback Kids' is a 3-part documentary series following the work of the Brahminy Group as it attempts to rehabilitate seven profoundly troubled young kids. The Brahminy Group treats a wide variety of kids at its facility deep in isolated bush in the Northern Territory. It's a place of last-resort for chronic drug-abusers, juvenile offenders, petrol-sniffers, gang members, child prostitutes and the emotionally traumatized. Aged between 12 and 16, the kids are a mixture of boys and girls, black and white, rich and poor; some are funded privately others by state government welfare departments. But what unites these kids is the severity of their problems: they are at the end of the line and this place, far from the toxic temptations and traumas of their usual lives, represents the kids' last chance of salvation.