The Apprentice Australia 2023: Season 2 cast, who won the show and how to watch new BBC series
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The Apprentice Australia has returned to our TV screens for its second season. The new batch of episodes show 16 celebrities battling it out to win money for their charities, avoid being fired, and ultimately end up crowned Australia’s Apprentice.
The BBC announced the return of The Apprentice Australia just days after the climax of the UK series, which saw Marnie Swindells win the crown with her boxing business plan. In the new series down under, Lord Sugar was joined by retail magnate Janine Allis and tycoon Nick Bell to judge the first challenge in Week One, tee-ing things off with a fundraising golf tournament.
In the first episode, the celebrities were split into two teams, ‘Innovate’ and ‘Collaborate’, and viewers saw the start of friendships and rivalries from the very beginning. Each week, the teams go head-to-head in a range of tasks before one unlucky contestant is told the iconic line “You’re fired” by Lord Sugar himself.
But who are the contestants of season two and how can you watch the show?
Here’s everything you need to know.
The Apprentice Australia season 2 release date and how to watch
The Apprentice Australia returned to our screens on Tuesday, April 4. All episodes are available to watch now on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer.
The Apprentice Australia season 2 contestants
- Jean Kittson
- Gamble Breaux
- Bronte Campbell
- Beck Zemek
- Samantha Jade
- Jodi Gordon
- Carla From Bankstown
- Turia Pitt
- Darren McMullen
- Benji Marshall
- Ronnie Caceres
- Jarrod Scott
- Will & Woody
- Eloni Vunakece
- Vince Colosimo
Who won The Apprentice Australia 2023?
Benji Marshall and Darren McMullen made it to the final two of The Apprentice Australia season two. In the final, the two contestants went head-to-head as they organised their own events in a bid to raise the most money for their charity.
Darren, who was raising money for a mental health charity, raised $172,617 (Austrlian dollars). Benji, who was raising money for a children’s charity, raised $387,105 (Australian dollars). As Benji raised the most money, he won the show.