Australian Survivor: Titans v Rebels: Everyone who has been voted off

With $500,000 up for grabs, competition is fierce. Unfortunately, these players didn't make the cut.

Australian Survivor is back for another season of gruelling challenges, intense gameplay and shocking blindsides.

Guided once again by longtime host Jonathan LaPaglia, aka JLP, the brave souls participating in this year’s competition faced the extreme weather conditions of Samoa and, of course, the nail-biting tribal councils.

Australian Survivor Titans v Rebels cast.
This year's season of Australian Survivor is themed 'Titans v Rebels'.

In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle, JLP said that the tribal councils are the toughest part of his job as they can go “for a couple of hours”.

“Keeping track of 24 different stories and trying to extract the right information without blowing up the players’ games is incredibly difficult,” he detailed. “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.”


This season, the castaways came from diverse backgrounds including lawyers, sports agents, powerlifters, bounty hunters, teachers, and firefighters.

It was announced during Tuesday night's epic finale that HR Manager Feras had won the title of Sole Survivor and the $500,000 grand prize, but here's everyone who was voted off Australian Survivor: Titans vs Rebels.


Australian Survivor’s Caroline.
Caroline made it to the top two of this year's season. Photo: Channel 10

She battled her way to the finale, but unfortunately for Caroline, she received no votes from the jury at the final tribal council and finished in second place to Feras.

Speaking about his decision to take Caroline to the final two, Feras told Yahoo Lifestyle that it was a “really hard decision” because he had only played with her and Mark from the merge.

“I could really only base my decision on who I'm taking to the finale on, number one, who's sitting on the jury, and number two, who would potentially be a better speaker,” he said. “I knew Mark, being a diplomat, was so used to these high-pressure situations and regardless of what moves he's done, I knew he would be able to handle high-pressure moments more than Caroline.

“But even then, Caroline being a midwife, she's so used to being in high-pressure environments. So I think it just came down to the jury and who do I think will vote for me as opposed to Mark or Caroline. That's how I made my decision.”


Australian Survivor's Mark.
Mark became the final member of the jury. Photo: Channel 10

After winning the final immunity challenge, Feras had the power to vote whoever he wanted out of the game and decided to send Mark to the jury.

The former diplomat had an impressive resumé of moves under his belt, as well as two immunity challenge wins, and certainly would’ve had a shot at taking out the title of Sole Survivor if he stayed in the game.

“You two, all the best,” he told Feras and Caroline after having his torch snuffed. “It’s been a pleasure to be with you on this massive journey. I think my life has changed forever, so thank you.”


Australian Survivor's Raymond
Caroline sent Raymond home in the fire-making challenge. Photo: Channel 10

With the votes split between Caroline and Raymond, the pair went head to head in a fire-making challenge to decide who would make it to the final three. Ultimately, Caroline won the challenge with the strongest flame while Raymond was sent to the jury.

“Not only did I not think that I’d go this far but I imagine most of the people back home didn’t expect this either,” Raymond remarked in his post-elimination interview.

“I’m not disappointed, I’m never gonna question, ‘What if I’d won this challenge?’. It’s all good.”


Australian Survivor’s Kirby.
Feras chose not to use his hidden immunity idol on Kirby which sent her to the jury. Photo: Channel 10

After Mark won the immunity challenge and Raymond tricked his tribe mates into thinking he had found an idol, Kirby asked Feras to play his hidden immunity idol to save her. Unfortunately for her, he decided not to follow through with their final two deal and instead sent her to the jury.

“I'm sad not to be sitting here a winner, but it was an amazing experience,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle following her elimination.

“That was the first time in the entire game that I had this gut feeling that I might not get through this one. I remember saying, ‘I want to sit next to the best and I'm not scared’, and I'm pretty sure he said, ‘I’m not scared to sit next to Kirby either or anyone else’. And I was like, ‘All right, that's gonna feed his ego he's gonna be alright to save me’.

“But I think he looked at the jury and their facial expressions were saying a whole other story. So I think that was the turning point, unfortunately, and I wish he just sort of shut his eyes or not looked at them. But it is what it is and I feel like he's made the right decision.”


Australian Survivor's Kitty.
Kitty was voted out after Caroline played her idol for the wrong person. Photo: Channel 10

In an attempt to make a big move against Feras to add to her resumé, Caroline played her hidden immunity idol for whom she thought his alliance was voting for - Mark.

However, Feras, Raymond and Kirby had instead put their votes on Caroline’s closest ally Kitty who was sent to the jury.

“I just got blindsided! I didn't see it coming,” the business owner said after being voted out.

“I was definitely surprised to see the idol come out. Caroline did not tell me the plan, but I'm proud of her for playing her own game. Caroline is definitely vulnerable now and she's going up against some really solid players, but I believe in her and I know that she can do this.”


Australian Survivor's Rianna.
Kirby’s number one ally Rianna was sent home. Photo: Channel 10

Hungry to make some big moves following Alex’s dramatic exit, Feras and Caroline plotted to work together to vote out their biggest competitor, Kirby.

Unfortunately for them, she ended up winning individual immunity, which meant the votes were turned on her number one ally Rianna instead.

“Caroline and Feras, at least one of them has definitely stabbed me in the back, but I have a feeling it might’ve been both of them,” she said after leaving the game.

“The only thing about me going tonight is that Kirby’s by herself. Kirby is gonna have to dig deep because people are gonna be coming at her with pitchforks left right and centre.”


Australian Survivor's Alex.
Alex was described as a ‘floater’ throughout the season. Photo: Channel 10

Despite entering tribal council with the numbers on his side to vote out Kirby, Alex put a target on his back when he angered his fellow competitors by accusing them of not having enough moves on their resumé.

He also exposed the plan to blindside Kirby by asking Feras in front of the group if he was going to vote for her, before getting his torch snuffed and becoming the fourth member of the jury.

“What a disaster,” the math teacher said post-elimination. “In this game, you’ve got to try something, and I wasn’t going to be sitting there just a sitting duck waiting to be picked off, so I went down swinging.”


Australian Survivor's Valeria.
Valeria was blindsided by Raymond's move. Photo: Channel 10

Wanting to make a huge move in the game, Raymond enacted a risky plan to try and get all the votes on him so he had the ultimate power to vote someone out with his advantage.

His tribe mates fell for his act that he wasn’t in the right headspace and unanimously voted for him to leave the game, which meant that Raymond’s sole vote for Valeria was the only one that counted.

“Raymond did mention a couple of days ago that I was his biggest threat, so when I heard what Raymond had the power of I kind of had a feeling that it was probably going to be my last night,” Valeria said after becoming the third member of the jury.


Australian Survivor's Jaden.
Jaden was sent home after one of the most chaotic tribal councils this season. Photo: Channel 10

In one of the most chaotic tribal councils all season, Kirby and Feras changed their plan from targeting Valeria to Alex just a few seconds before they had to vote after Raymond told Alex he should play his idol for Valeria.

Things were going to plan when Alex incorrectly played his idol for Valeria, who ultimately received one vote. However, Alex only received four votes in total compared to Jaden who got five from the opposing alliance and became the second member of the jury.

“I’ve got no idea who turned on me. It kind of looked like Raymond was maybe the deciding vote,” Jaden said after leaving the game. “Oh man, I reckon this is only just the beginning.”


Australian Survivor’s Aileen.
Aileen became the first member of the jury. Photo: Channel 10

There were plenty of plans being thrown around at camp, but ultimately, Kirby managed to team up with the original Titans to vote out Aileen.

The waitress, who was one of Feras’ closest allies, was left blindsided but also thrilled to be the first member of the jury.

“My message to the Tasi tribe is ‘play hard and start to make big moves because you need to start building your resume now’,” she said after having her torch snuffed. “I want the game to shift and I want alliances to go up and down. My vote is open and I’m gonna vote for the best player out there.”


Australian Survivor's Eden.
Eden was sent home after Jaden flipped on him in the revote. Photo: Channel 10

Cinema manager and Survivor super fan became the 13th person sent home this season after a tribal council revote saw him receive seven votes compared to Raymond’s five.

“I was all going my way but someone flipped,” he said following his exit, completely unaware that Jaden was the one who wrote his name down in the revote.


 Australian Survivor's Winna.
Winna was completely blindsided at tribal council. Photo: Channel 10

In the first official vote post-merge, Valeria and Mark planned to target Kitty’s closest ally, Caroline. However, Kitty and Caroline joined forces with Feras and his alliance and successfully voted out Winna at tribal council.

“I’m a competitive eater and I think I could eat maybe like 25 humble pies right now,” the TikTok star said after his elimination. “My alliance were clearly outnumbered and they’re going to need to do a bit of work now moving forward.”


Australian Survivor's Scott.
Scott decided to withdraw from the game following the merge. Photo: Channel 10

While there were plenty of chaotic plans in the works following the merge, Scott made the emotional decision to quit as he didn’t feel like he was “mentally in the game right now”.

“You have no idea how bad my head’s been these last 24 hours and the war that’s going on up there. So I don’t think I’d feel right sitting here in potentially someone else’s stool after tonight,” he said during tribal council.

His fellow castaways began tearing up as JLP said there was no need to vote and the art director had his torch snuffed.


Australian Survivor's Kelli
The Titans sent Kelli home in a unanimous vote. Photo: Channel 10

With tribal merge just a few days away, Kirby made the decision to vote out fan-favourite Kelli as she didn’t see her as a strong strategic player.

Surprisingly, Kirby managed to team up with her rival Feras and unite their allies to send the psychologist home in a unanimous vote.

“Unfortunately I got discredited by being too silly and too fun,” Kelli said after leaving the game. “There was a lot of patronising going on of Kel, but you know what? It's all good, it's all great."


Australian Survivor's Charles.
Litigation lawyer Charles was sent home following a wild tribal council. Photo: Channel 10

Host JLP introduced a wild twist at tribal council that saw the entire Titans tribe participate in a last-minute challenge where only 3 people would win the right to cast a vote and be safe from elimination.

Aileen, Feras and Kirby were the winners of the challenge, throwing a massive spanner in the majority alliance’s plan to split the vote between Aileen and Feras.

Winna then made a bold move to throw himself under the bus in the hopes of receiving Aileen and Feras’ votes so he could play his hidden immunity idol for himself and Kirby’s vote for Raymond would be the only one that counted. However, the duo made the clever decision to split the vote between Winna and Charles, meaning they had to revote before ultimately sending Charles home.

“The Survivor gods were not on my side tonight,” he said after the mind-boggling tribal council.


Australian Survivor's Garrick.
Feras refused to play his hidden immunity idol for Garrick, which sent him home. Photo: Channel Nine

The Titans trio consisting of Winna, Charles and Valeria decided to take control of the beach and vote out Feras’ number one ally, loss prevention officer Garrick.

Garrick was aware he would be the likely target and tried to convince Feras to play his hidden immunity idol for him, but ended up having his torch snuffed.

“Feras was still quietly confident that we had the numbers, I knew we didn't," Garrick said after leaving the game. “No hard feelings at all, at the end of the day it was his and, if I had that idol, I would probably be somewhat apprehensive to play it for another person.”


Australian Survivor’s Sarah.
The ‘middle-aged mafia’ blindsided Sarah at tribal council. Photo: Channel 10

While Mark wanted to orchestrate a blindside against Caroline to avenge his ally Viola, the ‘middle-aged mafia’ caught wind of his plan and put their votes on firefighter Sarah rather than splitting between Sarah and Rianna.

Rianna seemingly got confused by the multiple plans being discussed and voted for Mark at tribal council, which prevented the vote from going to a tie and ended up sending Sarah home.

“I’m usually the one putting out flames, but tonight my flame got put out,” Sarah said after leaving the game.


Australian Survivor's Viola.
Viola was blindsided by the 'middle-aged mafia'. Photo: Channel 10

Fan-favourite Viola was blindsided by the ‘middle-aged mafia’ - consisting of Caroline, Kitty and Eden - after a tribe swap switched up the game and separated her from her closest ally Valeria.

The trio suspected that fellow Titan Mark had grown closer to Viola and Valeria than their alliance and managed to convince the entire tribe to send Viola home at tribal council.

“When it happened I was like, I knew it! I knew it… they got me before I could get them,” Viola said following her exit from the game. “I got got.”


Australian Survivor's Nathan.
Caroline orchestrated a plan to vote Nathan out of the Titans tribe. Photo: Channel 10

AFL agent Nathan was voted out of the Titans tribe after midwife Caroline orchestrated a plan to target the “bigger boys” who helped out the least around camp.

While Mark tried to rally his tribemates to vote against Caroline, they decided not to go ahead and instead sent Nathan home with five votes.

“I've had a target on my back from day one,” Nathan said after being eliminated. “The majority sort of thought maybe to pick off the most dangerous threat going forward in the game."


Australian Survivor's Tobias.
Builder Tobias was blindsided by the Rebels tribe. Photo: Channel 10

Wanting to take more control in the Rebels tribe, sales coordinator Aileen launched a plan for the eight ‘misfits’ to vote out one of the two ‘alpha males’.

The plan was for the group to split their votes between Tobias and Alex and send Alex home on the revote, however, Kelli went against her alliance and chose to put her vote on Tobias.

"I definitely did not see that coming,” Tobias said after being blindsided. “I thought my place in that tribe was rock solid - they definitely got one over me.”


Survivor's Peta.
Bar manager Peta was the first Rebel sent home. Photo: Channel 10

The ‘cuddle crew’s plan to throw the elimination challenge to send home Kelly or Raymond backfired spectacularly when a group of the Rebels decided to blindside Peta instead.

Thinking she was in control of the game, Peta chose not to play her recently found hidden immunity idol and was sent home with 5 votes compared to 3 votes for Kelly and Raymond.

“I'm a little shocked. I'm not quite know how to take it,” she said after having her torch snuffed.

"I don't know if I've been perceived as a threat. It looks like the minorities rose up a little bit and took control."


Survivor's Jess.
Professional academic Jess was the second player voted out of the game. Photo: Channel 10

After narrowly avoiding elimination at the first tribal council, Jess put a target on her back when she claimed to be the mastermind behind Frankie’s blindside.

Her plan to vote out Eden the following night then fell through and she became the second player voted out of the game.

“I don't know who betrayed me in the end, I thought I had found a friendship group but they turned against me," Jess said following her elimination.

“Being a very open and honest person, and being transparent about my approach put a target on my back. I was just playing to my personality and it turns out that maybe that's not built for Survivor."


Salon owner Frankie was sent home at the first tribal council of the season. Photo: Channel 10
Salon owner Frankie was sent home at the first tribal council of the season. Photo: Channel 10

Salon owner Frankie became the first castaway sent home after her plan with fellow Titan Nathan to vote out professional academic Jess backfired.

Frankie received a total of 7 votes while Jess copped 4 votes in a surprising move orchestrated by cinema area manager Eden.

“Honestly I didn't know what happened. I got a bit blindsided there. I would be lying if I didn't say I was disappointed," Frankie shared after leaving the game.

"I always knew going in that I would appear as a big personality, a big threat, I guess at the end of the day I may have played some people the wrong way."

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels begins on Monday, 29 January at 7.30 pm on 10 and 10 Play.

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