Rushes are raw footage from a day’s shooting where the same scene is often repeated from various angles.
The veteran (Grant Page) has been wounded by a spear. The fanatic (Gary Sweet) wants to leave him, but the tracker (David Gulpilil) refuses – even when horse-whipped.
At a bush camp, Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) is at first spooked by the quiet arrival of an Aboriginal man in face paint.
The young policeman, known in the credits as the follower (Damon Gameau) takes control after his boss, the fanatic (Gary Sweet) opens fire without warning on a family of aborigines.
En route to crocodile country, reporter Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) asks Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) about his age and background.
After the death of the fanatic, the tracker (David Gulpilil) and the follower (Damon Gameau) are captured by the local tribe in this area.
A dead kangaroo sits on the ground between Camphoo and Crook Hat. The elder hooks the stick under the sinew of the kangaroo, and turns it to remove the long tendon.
The two elders with their spears straightened and smoothed, make holes in the ends with a stone knife for the woomera.
Elders Crook Hat and Camphoo are walking through the bush searching for the right tree to make spears. They tell us that the old people used to cut down the Acacia tree to make spears.
Yuma (Cassandra Glenn) and Kyanna (Christine Glenn) are desperate to return to their own lives.