Who is hosting The Amazing Race Australia in 2023?
Loveable larrikin Beau Ryan is set to return as host of the action-packed show which Channel Ten is already dubbing as a season of surprises and unexpected twists.
Which countries are our celebrity racers visiting?
According to Ten, the celebs will be racing across India, Malaysia, Cambodia, and Borneo.
When does The Amazing Race Australia premiere in 2023?
The 2023 season of The Amazing Race Australia will premiere on Wednesday, October 4th at 7:30pm on 10 and 10Play.
What celebrities are competing on The Amazing Race Australia in 2023?
Alli Simpson and her mum, Angie
As the sister and mother of Aussie music export turned professional swimmer Cody Simpson, these two are striking out on their own to nab the prize money that they want to donate to Dementia Australia.
Bec Judd and her sister, Kate Twigley
This WAG turned model, television presenter, radio host, influencer (and the list goes on) has joined forces with her sister Kate to win the race and raise money for Impatient Advocacy - A Nicole Cooper Foundation.
Ben and Jackie Gillies
You might recognise Ben as the former drummer of the iconic Aussie band Silverchair, his wife Jackie is also no stranger to the spotlight after appearing on the Real Housewives of Melbourne. The duo are proud parents to twin boys, Bonham and Rocco.
The couple is raising money for the Moira Kelly Creating Hope Foundation.
Harry Jowsey and his mate Teddy Briggs
Whilst Teddy is an unknown to reality television, Harry Jowsey certainly is not, shooting to fame in the Netflix series Too Hot to Handle in 2020.
Since then, he's been working as a social media star, creating content that he shares with his four million Instagram followers.
He also has a bucketload of celebrity friends ranging from Reese Witherspoon to Ashton Kutcher and Gigi Hadid.
The boys will be raising money for Beyond Blue.
Dane and Bow Simpson
Comedian Dane Simpson will be competing alongside his dad Bow, with the pair set to have a roaring good time on The Amazing Race.
"I think he's one of the silliest, funniest people... I wanted to just show people that he's real," Dane told 10. "I think Australia is absolutely going to fall in love with him."
We can't wait to get to know Bow!
George Mladenov and his sister Pamela
All bow down to the undisputed king of Australian Survivor!
After catapulting himself to international stardom for his time in the jungle in 2021, and more recently in 2023 for Heroes vs Villians (which he won), George is one of the greatest (if not THE greatest) Survivor players of all time.
But will he see equal success in The Amazing Race? And will his sister Pamela help or hinder him?
In true George from Bankstown style, the siblings will of course be raising money for the Blacktown Women's Health Centre.
Jana Pittman and her son, Cornelis
Jana Pittman is a force to be reckoned with, as fans learned when the athlete competed on SAS Australia. Not to mention, her impressive resume as an Olympian-turned-doctor.
Alongside her son Cornelis, Jana will be competing on behalf of the Royal Hospital for Women - to which she hopes to donate her $100k winnings.
"Exciting... not long till it hits your screens!! Loved doing this with my son Cor!! What a blast," she wrote on Instagram. "And just a little bit crazy."
Peter Rowsthorn and his daughter, Frankie
Baby cheezus, it's Peter Rowsthorn! Best known for his portrayal of Brett Craig in beloved Aussie comedy series Kath and Kim, we'll be grabbing a chardonnay, popping on some footy franks, and cheering on Peter and his daughter from our couches.
The father-daughter duo are raising money for Autism for Allstars.
Darren McMullen and his nephew, Tristan
Best known for his presenting on the reality singing program The Voice, this Scottish-born presenter is sure to be one to watch.
You might also know him from his time hosting The Real Love Boat, as well as his time on fellow reality shows The Celebrity Apprentice and The Masked Singer. He also had a starring role as Alex Larden on House Husbands.
The pair are raising money for For The Magic.
Emma Watkins and her sister Hayley
Former yellow wiggle has swapped her skivvy for some action and adventure in The Amazing Race with her sister by her side.
"Our charity is the Leonie Jackson Memorial Fund," Emma revealed to Channel 10. "It's a spinoff from Deaf Connect, and it really is about supporting and accessing information for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. It provides services and education systems for bilingual education."