Australian Survivor sees 24 tough and tenacious people marooned in a tropical setting with little more than the clothes on their backs and the drive to be the sole survivor.
After 16 Australians travel blindfolded on a bus to Whaler's Way, host Lincoln Howes divides them into 2 tribes. Each tribe follows a map to their camp, where they must build a shelter and spend the next 39 days surviving each other.
Harsh conditions get tempers simmering. The axe starts to fall on some tribe friendships.
Winning Immunity is vital as the final two celebrities face a jury of five who decide who will be the Sole Survivor and win A$100,000 to donate to the charity of their choice.
Eleven Australian celebrities are marooned on the island of Éfaté, Vanuatu, with only one change of clothes and one personal item each. There, they are divided into two tribes, and have to battle the elements and each other for 25 days. A twelfth person joins the tribe who wins the first immunity challenge.
When two of the biggest warriors in the game go head-to-head, a hard-fought battle ends in tears. It's a brutal Tribal Council where some hard truths are laid on the line.
Both Craig and Jane caused controversy and ruffled feathers at Aurora. Katie was specifically vocal about her distaste of Jane being on the show, stating that she didn't think she represented a good image for the show and that she was always complaining and lazy. Katie was also vocal about Craig being in the game and called him a "weasel" and an "asshole" and said that she wouldn't be able to contain her excitement when he was voted off.
The rugged coastline reveals its playful side. An accident at the Tipara camp could mean an early end for one survivor. Kadina realise that tribe harmony is hard to sustain.
Following the exciting winner reveal to crown Australian Survivor champion for 2017, 24 castaways reunite for an explosive reunion special hosted by Jonathan LaPaglia.
The 2 tribes merge into a new tribe and hike to their new camp, picking up fruits & nuts along the way. They are greeted with fresh water and a hot shower.
An unlikely duo battle it out in an endurance challenge. All sorts of names are being thrown up for the Tribal Council vote, but the name that keeps coming up the most is one you won't expect.
The tribes receive the biggest shock yet when there is a tribal shuffle, and now the old alliances mean nothing.
After 47 days in the Queensland wilderness, it all comes down to this. An epic challenge weeds out the weak from the strong, and one castaway is crowned Sole Survivor, walking away with AU$500,000.
The reward challenge will set tummies rumbling as the contestants compete for a BBQ feast. In the Immunity challenge each tribe will be challenged to carry their own weight to avoid tribal council.
One tribemate wakes the morning after Tribal Council furious that their strategy has been exposed while other tribemates bask in their new found power heading into the Reward & Immunity Challenge.
Still on a high from blindsiding another big player, some players are walking on air, while others are rethinking their rankings.
The individual game gets desperate with several Survivors sneaking around camp searching for the idol that will save their game. Secrets aren't staying safe leading into a high-drama Tribal Council.
Twenty-four Australians arrive on the tropical island of Samoa ready to outwit, outplay and outlast each other in order to win the half a million dollar prize and the title of soul survivor.
Join us for the live reveal of the Sole Survivor. With the castaways all back together, it's the tell all reunion show no one will want to miss.
It's day 29 in Savusavu and the vibe among both tribes is that a merge is imminent.
A puzzle Immunity Challenge separates the muscles from the strategic, but will the result upset an alliance? At Tribal Council, nothing goes to plan as unwelcome surprises leave everyone on edge.
The game is well and truly underway with one Castaway deciding the time is right to start playing alliances off one another.
Last night's Tribal Council plays on the minds of quite a few Castaways. In true Tribe Swap fashion, not everything is rosy as strong personalities struggle to navigate a new environment.
After seven weeks on the island of Samoa, only five contestants remain in the race towards winning $500,000 in prize money. Who will become the next member of the Jury?
We are well and truly down to an individual game now and this time around, the prize is a brand-new car. What lengths will the survivors go to get their hands on the keys?
Tribal politics continue to escalate but one tribemate thinks their back is against the wall and no amount of scrambling can save them. Will they get a lifeline?