Star Trek Movies In Order: How to Watch Chronologically in Australia

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The Star Trek franchise is growing rapidly, with plans of releasing some more titles under Paramount Pictures in the coming years.  So believe us, now is the best time to explore the whole Star Trek Universe if you haven’t already . If you want to watch Star Trek movies in order from Australia, keep reading, the article includes a full breakdown of the 13 Star Trek movies.

Star Trek is a sprawling series of 13 motion pictures & 9 TV shows.  The ultimate saga of alternate timelines and multiple parallel universes could become overwhelming for newbie Trekkies. Therefore, it’s better to watch the movies in order so that you don’t lose track of the events happening in the series.

How to Watch Star Trek Movies in Order from Australia

All Trek newbies can catch up on this 55-year-old science fiction saga of time travel and multiple parallel universes, either by watching it in release date order or chronological order.  However, it is better to stream this diverse series in release date order from Australia.

Star Trek movies Explained:

Without further ado; let’s get started with the Star Trek movies timeline:

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

 

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director :Robert Wise

Cast: William Shatner, Leopard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

This is the first motion picture of Star Trek Universe, in which Captain James T takes over the control of a renovated USS enterprise. He starts investigating a cloud of energy that is moving towards the Earth. Unfortunately, the Energy cloud could destroy a lot of things. But before Captain stops the cloud, he must learn to tame an unfamiliar USS enterprise.

  Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Star Trek II: the wrath of Khan

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Nicholas Meyer

Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

Star Trek II has certainly grabbed the audience’s attention and is considered a successful entry in the StarTrek franchise. In this movie, Captain James T Kirk takes over the command of the USS enterprise to crack down on his notorious opponent Khan Noonien Singh & his super soldiers. Khan tries to steal the secret device Genesis while he attempts to escape the Planet. Captain Kirk must stop him before he flees.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Leonard Nimoy

Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

When the USS Enterprise returns to Earth after its battle with Khan, Leonard “H” Bones, one of their members starts acting strangely. HE is detained because of his strange behavior. Upon investigating, Captain Kirk learns that Spock has transferred his Katra into McCoy before his death. The crew must discover Spock’s body to get rid of the Katra and save McCoy. Meanwhile, they have to fight Klington Kruge over the control of the Genesis device.

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Leonard Nimoy

Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

A mysterious ship starts circling the world and destroys the Planet’s power sources. The ship makes a lot of strange noise, similar to that of a humpback whale, an extinct species. The crew travels back in time to 1986 to get a humpback whale because they believe the ship wants to listen back to the songs of a humpback whale.

  Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : William Shatner

Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

Capt. Kirk, Bones, and Spocks are ordered to rescue hostages on a planet named Nimbus III. Soon after reaching the Planet, the trio realized that Spock’s half-brother keeps the hostages. He did this in order to lure a starship and plans to meet a God at a mythical planet, Sha Ka Ree. The crew must stop him before he carries out his plans.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Nicholas Meyer

Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly

Captain Kirk is ordered to save the Klingon ambassador but is instead accused of his murder. The ambassador is murdered by the assassins who invaded the ship and killed him. Based on the accusation, Klingons sentences Captain Kirk and McCoy to life imprisonment on an asteroid. Spocks and the crew must save them and find out the culprits behind the murder.

  Star Trek: Generations (1994)

 Star Trek: Generations (1994)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : David Carson

Cast: Patrick Stewart, William Shatner, Malcolm McDowell

This movie introduced the crew of the new generation while still starring some from the old cast. The movie’s story revolves around an El-Aurin, known as Dr. Soran, and an energy ribbon ‘Nexus.’ Captain Kirk saves Soran. Later, Captain Jean Luc Picard learns Soran has a weapon capable of destroying stars.

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  Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

 Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Jonathan Frakes

Cast: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner

 

The USS Enterprise helps to defeat a Borg cube attacking the Earth under the command of Captain Jean Luc Picard. Unfortunately, the Cube released smaller ships just before it is destroyed. The ships are released in the Vortex, followed by the USS Enterprise. Soon they realized that the Borg had traveled back in time to destroy the whole Planet. The movie also covers humanity’s first interaction with Vulcans, an alien race.

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

Star trek Insurrection

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Jonathan Frakes

Cast: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner

The story is about a planet that emits unique radiation to make its people (Ba’Ku) immortal. Brent Spinner’s data is sent to know more about the Ba’Ku people, but it begins to malfunction, forcing Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew to investigate. They uncover a conspiracy that can cause Ba’Ku to leave their home planet, and the USS Enterprise must stop the conspiracy in order to save them.

Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

Star trek Nemesis

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Director : Stuart Baird

Cast: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner

Captain Picard and the USS Enterprise crew go to meet the leader of the Romulans, Shinzon. After reaching there, they get to know that Shinzon is a clone of Captain Picard, and Romulans planned to invade the Federation. However, the plan has been abandoned, and Shinzon is forced into slavery. While there, Shinzon created his own starship, Scimitar, and planned to destroy life by using poisonous radiation. The crew must stop Shinzon before he destroys the world with his evil plans.

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Star Trek (2009)

Star trek 2009

 

Writer: Roberto Orci

Director : J.J Abrams

Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg

Nero, a Romulan commander, has attacked the USS Kelvin. George, Captain Kirk’s father, is the first office aboard the starship and dies. After his death, it’s in Captain Kirk’s hands to save humanity & Earth. He must forget his rivalry with Spock, a logical Vulcan, and find a way to defeat Nero before he implements his plans of human race destruction.

Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Star Trek into darkness

Writer: Roberto Orci

Director : J.J Abrams

Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana

USS Enterprises is dealing with issues that have ruined the organization and everything it stands for, leaving the world in a state of crisis. Meanwhile, Captain Kirk leads a mission to a war zone where he has to take control of a one-man mass destruction weapon. In addition, Kirk must fight emotionally to save his family: that is his crew.

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Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Star trek Beyond

There is a sudden surprise attack on outer space, due to which USS Enterprise has to crash-land on a mysterious planet. Krall is the one who planned and carried out the attack. He is a lizard-like alien dictator. His energy is refilled by sucking the life out of his victims. However, Krall needs an artifact present on the destroyed starship. The USS Enterprise crew, including Captain Kirk and Spock, must find a way to fight off the deadly alien race and move out of the hostile planet.

FAQS

Yes, it is definitely worth watching because of all the sci-fi drama, new alien races, and interaction with the parallel worlds. If you haven’t stumbled upon the Star Trek series, we recommend you start streaming it today in Australia.

According to the film and drama critics, Star Trek is better than Star Wars because it is more consistent than Star Wars, and its characters have more depth.

Wrapping Up:

That’s all about how to watch the Star Trek movies in order from Australia. We want to remind you that which ever order you choose to stream the Star Trek movie saga, it will become an exceptional and memorable experience for you because of this series’ extraordinary content and storylines. Happy Streaming!

Lily Bart

Lily is like a wild flower who is sweet yet always on top of her game. She dreams of someday living somewhere warm and writing a novel. She is a passionate binge-watcher and has watched countless movies and shows. She has won all of our in-house movie trivia.

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