FIRST LOOK: The New Trailer For The Amazing Race Australia
The Amazing Race Australia 2021 looks to be the most epic season yet.
On Wednesday, Channel 10 released its first teaser for tour thác bản giốc the upcoming series which will see each of its contestants race around Australia.
From torrid tides to disastrous dust storms, 14 teams of travellers will brace all the extremes Australia has to offer in pursuit of adventure, and a $250,000 prize.
The Amazing Race Australia 2021 FIRST LOOK: The reality series hosted by Beau Ryan, 35, (pictured) will follow contestants around Australia in epic new season
'What I'm looking forward to most is that the whole world is within Australia… so many hidden treasures and we haven't explored it yet!' one contestant says.
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One landscape shot shows contestants will be placed in the Australian outback, while a second challenge sees them in the open ocean.
'I see a boat next to me flying over this wave and their entire crew is in the water now, kynghidongduong.vn upside down,' another contestant is heard saying.
Staying local: From torrid tides to disastrous dust storms, 14 teams of travellers will brace all the extremes Australia has to offer in pursuit of adventure, and a $250,000 prize
Adventure: One landscape shot shows contestants will be placed in the Australian outback, while a second challenge sees them in the open ocean
The show is expected to air after I'm A Celebrity...
Get Me Out of Here! has crowned its jungle king or queen.
Channel Ten announced they'd changed the show's format to domestic travel in March.
A Channel 10 spokesman told Daily Mail Australia at the time: 'The welfare of cast and crew is of the upmost importance and all necessary measures will be taken to ensure their protection.'
Contestants: The upcoming season will feature twin siblings
Fit: Another stunning brunette is also set to appear on the show
They remained confident Australia's 'tropical rainforests, [the] arid red desert of the outback and cool mountainous hinterlands' would prove an entertaining challenge.
The sheer vastness and contrasting environment of Australia will create a unique and challenging backdrop to the most amazing race on earth,' the spokesperson said.
Last year's season visited Thailand, South Korea, Vietnam, and Mongolia.
Newlyweds Tim and Rod Sattler-Jones were crowned the winners during the race's final leg in Africa.
Fan favourite: It's not yet been confirmed when the show will air, but ex-NRL star Beau Ryan will be returning as the show's host