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The Cast For Australian Survivor All-Stars Is Revealed


Which Aussie castaways are returning?

Photo: Network Ten

If you’re having Australian Survivor withdrawals, then you’re in luck, because Network Ten has revealed there will be two seasons of the world’s greatest game in 2020, starting with the highly anticipated All-Stars season.

It’s a season where we will see fan-favourites, popular underdogs, despised villains, and cunning game-players return to the Fijian jungles for the most competitive edition of Australian Survivor yet.

The 24 returning castaways taking part in the All-Stars season are as follows:

AK

Aaron ‘AK’ Knight (Season 2)

Abbey

Abbey Holmes (Season 4)

Brooke

Brooke Jowett (Season 1)

Daisy

Daisy Richardson (Season 4)

David

David Genat (Season 4)

Flick

Felicity “Flick” Egginton (Season 1)

Harry

Harry Hills (Season 4)

Henry

Henry Nicholson (Season 2)

Jacqui

Jacqui Patterson (Season 2)

Jericho

Jericho Malabonga (Season 2)

John

John Eastoe (Season 4)

Lee

Lee Carseldine (Season 1)

Locky

Locky Gilbert (Season 2)

Lydia

Lydia Lassila (Season 3)

Mat

Mat Rogers (Season 3)

Tarzan

Mark “Tarzan” Herlaar (Season 2)

Michelle

Michelle Dougan (Season 2)

Moana

Moana Hope (Season 3)

Nick

Nick Iadanza (Season 1)

Phoebe

Phoebe Timmins (Season 1)

Shane

Shane Gould (Season 3)

Sharn

Sharn Coombs (Season 3)

Shonee

Shonee Fairfax (Season 3)

Zach

Zach Kozyrski (Season 3)

Australian Survivor All-Stars is scheduled to premiere on Network Ten on Monday, February 3rd, with a regular edition of the show airing later in the summer. Former two-time Australian Survivor player Luke Toki will also be hosting an online-only post-recap show covering the All-Stars season.

Fans can now apply for the new season at survivorcasting.com.au.

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