Australian Survivor

October 2017

Episode 4 (I Don't Like Having Snakes Around)

4.0 18 x
Episode 4 (I Don't Like Having Snakes Around) of Australian Survivor was broadcast by Channel 9 on Saturday 21 October 2017 at 15:03.

Episode 3 (My Kisses Are Very Private)

3.0 31 x
Episode 3 (My Kisses Are Very Private) of Australian Survivor was broadcast by Channel 9 on Saturday 14 October 2017 at 22:39.

Episode 2 (I'm A Wild Banshee)

3.0 4 x
Episode 2 (I'm A Wild Banshee) of Australian Survivor was broadcast by Channel 9 on Saturday 14 October 2017 at 21:38.

Season 2, Episode 26

1.5 36 x
With only 3 Survivors remaining, who will win the half a million dollar prize and the title of sole survivor?

Season 2, Episode 25

3.0 25 x
The final four start to plan and collude on who they will vote off next at Tribal Council however this is Survivor and anybody could win immunity.

Season 2, Episode 24

3.0 27 x
After 50 testing days on the island of Samoa, the final four contestants go into the challenge not for immunity but for an advantage to eliminate a member of the jury at tribal council.

Episode 1 (I'm Not Crazy, I'm Confident)

1.5 67 x
In the 35th season of Survivor, the new cast of 18 individuals will meet in Fiji for the biggest adventure of their life. This season, the tribes will be divided based on the positive traits most often associated with them by others.

Season 2, Episode 23

4.0 42 x
After seven weeks on the island of Samoa, only five contestants remain in the race towards winning Australian Survivor 2017 and $500,000 in prize money. Who will become the next member of the Jury?

Season 2, Episode 22

3.5 47 x
With alliances crumbling and paranoia setting in all six castaways are determined to win individual immunity. In an explosive Tribal Council, one contestant holds the power but who will they choose?
September 2017

Season 2, Episode 21

3.0 24 x
The battle for individual immunity is at an all-time high and contestants must compete in a fast-paced memory challenge to secure their safety for another day going into Tribal Council.

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Australian Survivor is an Australian reality game show that originated from the original American and internationally hugely popular show Survivor. The premise for the Australian version is very much comparable to the one of other international versions of the show. A group of people is left to survive on their own ‎in a deserted location, such as Whaler's Way on the Southern Australian Eyre Peninsula, or Upolu on Samoa.

The participants in the Survivor need to complete challenges in order to get rewards to help them survive on their own, and to win immunity from elimination from the show. The participants vote amongst each other until the "Sole Australian Survivor" is left to take home the A$500'000 cash prize.

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Australian Survivor aired for the first time in the year 2002, at the Nine Network. At the time the show was not renewed for a second season, although the Seven Network did launch a Celebrity Survivor Australia in 2006. In 2016 Ten picked up the rights for Australian Survivor, thus picking up where the first season on Nine in 2002 had left off. This history makes Australian Survivor one of the few shows in the history of Australian TV to have aired on three different major networks.

The first season of Australian Survivor took place at Whaler's Way on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia and was won by former Australian rules footballer Rob Dickson. He competed with 15 other contestants over a total span on the Peninsula of 39 days and ended up winning a $500'000 cash prize and a Ford V6 Escape. The Celebrity Australian Survivor edition from 2006 was won by Guy Leech, a former Ironman surf lifesaving champion. He beat 11 other participants and spent a total of 25 days in Efate, on Vanuatu. Guy collected a $100'000 cash prize for the charity of his choice, Ride Aid Inc. All other contestants received $5'000 which they could donate to a charity of their own choosing.

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