Australian Survivor 2024: When is the finale?

Will it be a Rebel or a Titan who becomes Sole Survivor?

It's that time again, folks! Australian Survivor 2024 is currently in full swing, and there's nothing like a good tribal council showdown to keep you on the edge of your seat. With 24 castaways vying for the title of Sole Survivor and the grand prize of half a million dollars, the competition has never been fiercer.

When is the Australian Survivor Finale?
The finale of Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels is set to air on March 20, 2024.

This season, Survivor: Titans V Rebels, has thrown a curveball, with castaways divided into two tribes based on their approach to life - are they Titans or Rebels? It's all about strategy, and each tribe is determined to outwit, outplay, and outlast the competition.


When is the Australian Survivor finale?

Fans are already itching with excitement, eagerly awaiting the grand finale, which is going to air on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. Mark your calendars, because you won't want to miss the exhilarating conclusion to this rollercoaster of a season.

Australian Survivor 2024: Who's been voted out so far?

It's been a whirlwind of eliminations in the Australian Survivor universe so far, with plenty of contestants already having their torches snuffed. The first to go, Frankie, a Titan, saw her Survivor journey cut short after a shocking blindside.

Jess, another Titan, was another victim in an endless ream of blindsides, followed by Peta of the Rebel tribe who faced her fate after her plans backfired.

Tobias, a Rebel, also faced a blindside elimination. Nathan from the Titans tribe then found himself out of the game after a Tribal Council twist. Caroline's antics caused some chaos, but ultimately, it was Nathan who was sent home.

The Rebels tribe has taken 5 hits so far. Photo: Channel 10
The Rebels tribe has taken 5 hits so far. Photo: Channel 10

Viola, another Titan, was blindsided next in a major shake-up when the tribe swap didn't work in her favour. It was then Sarah's turn to say goodbye. Despite efforts to blindside Caroline, the votes didn't go her way, and Sarah took the fall.

Garrick, from the Rebel tribe, saw his torch extinguished next; a plan gone awry led to a blindside, and Garrick found himself out of the game.

Following Garrick, we bid adieu to Charles from the Titans. A twist at Tribal Council threw a wrench in everyone's plans, and despite Charles's hopes, he was the one to go.

Kelli, a Rebel, was sent packing after the Titans lost the immunity challenge. Things heated up during Tribal Council and Kelli was the one to leave the island right before merge.

How long do Tribal Councils go for?

Host Jonathan LaPaglia previously told Yahoo Lifestyle that Tribal Councils are definitely the “toughest” part of his job.

“Tribals can go for a couple hours,” he reveals. “Keeping track of 24 different stories and trying to extract the right information without blowing up the players’ games is incredibly difficult.

“But when you land on the right question and suddenly the tribal opens up, it’s so fun to sit back and enjoy the show.”

Tune in to Australian Survivor to see who will outwit, outplay, and outlast the rest to become the Sole Survivor at the finale on March 20!

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels airs on Monday nights at 7.30 pm on 10 and 10 Play.

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