For this family, wrangling crocs, mustering cattle, fighting bush fires and riding rodeo are the norm. Over 1,000km drive away from Darwin, the nearest city, the Joneses are a world away from creature comforts. Their everyday life is lived on horseback, their days are ruled by the sunlight and while the men are men, the women of Coolibah form the strength of the station. Head of the family, Milton Jones, is a Northern Territory man with mustering in his blood. With the help of a seasonal workforce, plus his 42 choppers and a dozen or so horses, his business musters cattle from across the territory. Back at the Station, his wife Cristina runs the rest of the business and the household. As passionate about her horses as she is about country life, she wouldn’t change anything about her rural existence. A world away from the city slicker lifestyle, this unique series offers a raw but accurate snapshot of life in rural Northern Territory.