The comedian takes a poignant trip to Russell, visiting the oldest church in New Zealand, where wife Pamela Stephenson's parents are buried. He discovers the public toilets in Kavakava have become something of a tourist attraction and visits the historic site in Waitangi where the treaty between the British and the Maori was signed. Billy reaches the end of his journey at the northernmost tip of the country, a site from which the Maori believe their souls depart on the journey to Havaiki , their ancestral home.
The comedian arrives in Auckland, where he spends time with a colony of penguins at an aquarium, learns about one of the world's unsung aviation pioneers, and decides to throw himself off the top of the highest building in the Southern Hemisphere. Billy is then taught about the significance of Maori face tattoos, known as Moko, and how they represent life's achievements, before heading off to the island of Waiheke, where he is amazed to discover a herd of corrugated cows.