|Across Australia - On the Tracks of Burke and Wills|
|A romance of the Burke and Wills Expedition|
|1918||Charles Byer Coates||Silent film. Antipodes Films and Austral Photoplay Company Ltd.|
|The cast included Charles Clarke as Burke, George Patterson as Wills, Chris Olsen as King, Bias Kotes as Brahe, Melville Stevenson as Dost Mahommed and David Eddleston as Eades.
In the movie Mina Doyle, played by Vera Chamberlain, relates the 'Romance of Bravery and Blunder' to her two younger sisters, who are played by Dorothy Beer and Evelyn Hooper.
Opened at Tait's Auditorium, Melbourne on 7 September 1918.
|Return Journey - A Tribute to Burke and Wills|
|1965||Albatross Films||Produced by John Sherman
Directed by John Sherman and William Sterling.
|The Explorer - Puppets tell the story of Burke and Wills|
Film World Pty Ltd
|Produced by puppeteer Peter Scriven, famous for his original Tintookies show, presents The Explorers an entertaining send up of Burke and Wills.|
|1970||Supreme Films||Producer Stuart Littlemore.||(60 mins)|
|Behind the Legend Series - 'R O'Hara Burke'|
|1972||ABC TV||Written by Thomas Keneally and introduced by Manning Clark.
The cast included Tony Allyn as Burke, Cornelia Frances, Ian Nimmo, Richard Lupina, Don Philps, David Williams, Clive Marshall, Shirley Sunners.
Produced and directed by Alan Burke.
Ten Who Dared - The Explorers: Burke & Wills
Second in the series "Ten Who Dared" starring Martin Shaw and John Bell.
|In The Footsteps of Burke &Wills|
|Peach's Explorers - 'South to North'|
Bill Peach follows the journeys of Burke and Wills and John McDouall Stuart.
|The Wacky World of Wills & Burke|
|1985||Greater Union||(100 minutes)|
Stories of Exploration and Survival: 'The Great Misadventure'