Australia’s vast outback is one of the driest places on Earth. Most years see very little rainfall, and life can be challenging. But every 25 years or so, heavy rains in northern Australia send life-giving flood waters on a 1000 kilometre journey south to Lake Eyre. On these rare occasions when it fills, the lake becomes the largest in Australia, briefly transforming the region into a oasis of life and vitality. Unlike this rare and fleeting event, there is another type of living water which can permanently transform lives. Watch the program now to find out how!