The BEST Seasons of Australia's Next Top Model
Every season ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2021
The series features a group of young female contestants who live together in a house for several weeks while taking part in challenges, photo shoots and meetings with members of the modelling industry. Normally, one poor-performing contestant is eliminated each week until the last contestant remaining is declared "Australia's Next Top Model" and receives a modelling contract and other prizes.
#1 - Cycle 9
First Aired: Apr 30, 2015
#2 - Cycle 2
First Aired: Jan 4, 2006
Cycle two of Australia's Next Top Model premiered on 4 January 2006 with 13 contestants competing for the title. The cycle's tagline was "Game On!" The competition was held in Sydney. The contestants shared an inner city apartment for several weeks while they were competing for the title of Australia's Next Top Model. The prizes for this Cycle included a two-year contract with Chic Model Management, an all expenses paid trip to New York City to meet with Next Model Management, an eight page editorial in Cleo magazine, a national campaign for Napoleon cosmetics for one year, A$1,500 worth of Lovable lingerie and sleepwear and a Samsung E530 mobile phone. Eboni Stocks won the competition and became Australia's Next Top Model.
#3 - Cycle 1
First Aired: Jan 1, 2005
Cycle one of Australia's Next Top Model began airing on 4 January 2005 with 10 ladies competing for the title. There was no international destination for this cycle. The series finale was held in Melbourne, Victoria. The 10 finalists came from around the country and converged in Sydney where they spent eight weeks sharing an inner city apartment while competing for the title of Australia's Next Top Model. Gemma Sanderson was the winner of the first series and she is the oldest winner of the franchise's history. The prize for winning the first series of Australia's Next Top Model was a contract with Chic Model Management, an all expenses paid trip to Milan to meet with Italian modeling agency, Fashion, an eight page editorial in Cleo magazine and being the face for a national campaign for Napoleon cosmetics for 1 year.
#4 - Cycle 3
First Aired: Mar 27, 2007
Cycle three of Australia's Next Top Model premiered on 27 March 2007 and concluded on 5 June 2007. As with the first two cycles, the third series was broadcast exclusively on the Foxtel network FOX8 in Australia. On the live television final, Alice Burdeu was declared the winner along with Stephanie Hart being the runner-up.
#5 - Cycle 4
First Aired: Apr 22, 2008
#6 - Cycle 5
First Aired: Apr 28, 2009
The Fifth Cycle of Australia's Next Top Model was an Australian reality television program which was broadcast on the Australian subscription television channel, FOX8. The cycle premiered on 28 April 2009. Auditions were held during October and November 2008 across Australia. Supermodel and television personality Sarah Murdoch took over as host for this cycle, replacing Jodhi Meares, who resigned from hosting duties after cycle four finished. The competition was won by Tahnee Atkinson who defeated Cassi Van Den Dungen in the final.
#7 - Cycle 6
First Aired: Jul 20, 2010
The sixth cycle of Australia's Next Top Model is an Australian reality television program which is broadcast on the Australian subscription television channel, FOX8. The cycle premiered on 20 July 2010. Auditions were held on 16–24 January 2010 across Australia in six cities. Sarah Murdoch reprised her role as host and lead judge for this cycle. The winner of this cycle was 17 year old Amanda Ware from Mermaid Beach, Queensland. Due to an error during the live finale broadcast, Kelsey Martinovich was initially announced as winner. Consequently, she won several prizes usually reserved for the winner; including a A$25,000 cash prize, an all expenses paid trip to New York City to meet with potential modeling agents and a dulled cover and spread in Harper’s Bazaar Australia.
#8 - Cycle 7
First Aired: Aug 8, 2011
The seventh cycle of Australia's Next Top Model is an Australian reality television program which was broadcast on the Australian subscription television channel, FOX8. Cycle 7 began airing on 8 August 2011. The first destination this cycle was Paris, France, the second international destination was set in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The winner of the competition was seventeen year-old Montana Cox from Melbourne, Victoria. As her prizes, she received a modelling contract with Chic Model Management ending the relationship with Priscilla's Model Management. Additionally, she received a cover and fashion spread in Harper's Bazaar Australia, twenty thousand dollars in cash from U By Kotex, a brand new Ford Fiesta, and an overseas trip to New York City to meet with NEXT Model Management. This is the last series of Australia's Next Top Model Sarah Murdoch hosted in the series. Murdoch left the show months after the cycle ended.