Back to the Outback is an animated children's adventure film which follows the journey of animals breaking out of their cages at Australia’s Wildlife Park on a quest to return to their homes in the outback.
The film contains themes in the form of crude humour. The film also includes animals being held captive and being prompted to scare zoo visitors by hissing, snapping and showing threatening behaviour. The animal handler tells visitors, "These animals are deadly." Children visitors to the zoo display shock and concern on their faces.
The film contains very mild violence of a car chase and weapons being fired. Animals are also shown being implicitly tied with rope, hit with canes and captured, pinned down with metal implements such as a fork and clamp.
The film contains use of the word "damn” and "jerk".
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