The cast for the new season has also been revealed.
Sadly, Pia won’t be returning, along with series favourite Luke Toki (who recently received over $500 000 from a GoFundMe page page set up by his fans).
However, many other contestants from Australian Survivor: Champions vs Contenders will be returning for the All-Stars season, including Daisy Richardson and Harry Hills.
WATCH: The moment Pia Miranda wins Survivor Australia 2019
John Eastoe and Shaun Hampson will also be returning, along with all-time winner Olympian Shane Gould.
Surprisingly, David Genat will also be returning despite telling The Daily Telegraph that he had to be put on a nutritional after losing 11kg on the show.
Past contestants will also be recruited for Survivor All-Stars, including Survivor 2017 winner Jericho Malabonga.
Phoebe Timmins and Flick Egginton (season one) will also be making a triumphant return to the franchise, along with Shonee Fairfax and Henry Nicholson.
The cast for the new season of Survivor All-Stars has also been revealed.
Winner Pia recently told Confidential that she “would never do another reality show” again.
However, Pia conceded that she was happy with the result.
“I am feeling relieved and excited and happy that I played hard and did what I said I was going to do,” she told Confidential.
“I left my family and promised if I was going to leave them for this amount of time, I was going to go out there and try to win and that is what I did. And so I can definitely hold my head high in that respect.”