The Amazing Race Australia is back for another big adventure, coming soon to 10 and 10 Play.
Hosted by Beau Ryan, this season will see the contestants race across six continents and experiencing the extraordinary delights of international destinations such as Turkey, Greece, Belize, Morocco, Mexico and Colombia.
As international borders open up across the globe, The Amazing Race Australia can return to its original format of worldwide travel.
Last year, the season has a special twist to it with it taking place entirely down under due to Covid restrictions.
The teams at Eureka and 10 both wanted to make the most of the rare opportunity that they got to do a different type of race.
The team also wanted to take this opportunity to embrace Australian culture and to showcase the country.
“Over the last few years people have gone overseas for their adventures, and it enabled us to shine a spotlight on Australia and look for places and people that were so exotic and unusual.”
“When you travel internationally you tend to parachute in and only see the culture in that area, where in Australia we had to look, but we didn’t have to look far to find the most amazing experiences and people,” said head of entertainment Sophia Mogford about bringing together the most difficult The Amazing Race Australia to date.
On last year’s finale, 691,000 tuned in to see The Cowboys Brendon Crawley and Jackson Dening hit the mat first to win both the show and the $250,000 cash prize.
For their final challenge of the race, teams raced up Mount Kosciuszko to Beau Ryan who was waiting at the finish line. In close second was The Gold Coast Girls, Ashleigh and Amanda, who raced valiantly. In third place were The Super Sikhs, Jaskirat and Anurag.
The Amazing Race Australia coming soon to 10 and 10 Play.