Ten reveals 25 Bachelorettes who hope to find love with Nick Cummins

• This year’s Bachelorettes are a diverse group of women with one thing in common: a passion to find “the one”

Network Ten has revealed the 25 Bachelorettes who hope to find love with Bachelor Nick Cummins in the new season of The Bachelor Australia, premiering on Wednesday August 15 at 7.30pm on TEN and WIN Network.

Ranging in age from 23 to 34 and hailing from all over the country, this year’s Bachelorettes are a diverse group of women with one thing in common: a passion to find “the one”.

Bachelor Nick “The Honey Badger” Cummins opens the doors of the Bachelor mansion to welcome this select group of ladies on their romance journey of a lifetime. Through a series of cocktail parties and breathtakingly memorable dates, they will discover who has the chemistry, intelligence, sense of adventure and charm to be Nick’s perfect partner.

Meet the Bachelorettes who are vying for Nick’s heart:

Queensland has delivered eight ladies in property consultant Ashlea, PE teacher Blair, energy healer Cayla, retail manager Christina, sales representative Rhiannon, photoshoot director Romy, property valuer Sophie and flight attendant Tenille.

Asked why she wanted to be a part of The Bachelor Australia, Sophie said: “I feel as though I am ready for an adventure, and if I can find love along the way what a bonus!”

Seven beauties hail from Victoria: yoga teacher Aleksandra, digital designer Autumn, business analyst Renee, car care consultant Shannon, children’s entertainer Steph, creative director Urszula and legal secretary Vanessa.

On her idea of a perfect date, Shannon said: “Being out in nature, sitting on a picnic blanket, drinking wine and having good conversation.”

Radiographer Brittany, student Cass and lifeguard Juliana are the three Bachelorettes from New South Wales, with dance teacher Emily and political adviser Alisha representing the Australian Capital Territory.

Personal trainer Dasha and flight attendant Kayla are South Australia’s Bachelorettes and representing Western Australia are youth worker Brooke and account manager Susie.

Leaving her life in Bali behind, fashion designer Cat is hoping Nick will give her a reason to return home to Australia permanently.

Nick Cummins said: “I’m really looking forward to throwing everything at this opportunity to find the one. The past 10 or so years have been on the road playing rugby or working on my projects, so I’m very excited to be part of a show that is centred around love and good times.”

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