It is safe to say Farmer Wants a Wife is one of Australia's more successful reality TV matchmaking formats.
Eleven seasons in 14 years on two TV networks have resulted in nine marriages, one relationship and 20 kids!
Here's a look back at who found their happily-ever-after on the show ...
Season 1 – Chris Newsome and Kim Tierney
In the very first season of Farmer Wants a Wife, when Tamworth farmer Chris Newsome met disability worker Kim Tierney, it was true love.
They were the first FWAW couple to marry and their wedding featured on the show in season two.
"From day one, it was amazing how we connected," Chris told Woman's Day in 2008.
"I'm quite slow to open up to people and warm to people.
"Sometimes I'm a bit standoffish until I get to know someone, but when I met Kim I felt like I'd known her for ages."
They now have a son Corbin and daughter Charlotte.
"I sometimes wonder how life would have been if I hadn't gone on the show, but I'm so glad I did," Kim revealed to New Idea.
"Chris is such a nice person - such a lovely, gentle, genuine, funny man."
Season 2 – Rob Hodges and Jo Fincham
In 2008 Mount Gambier cattle and sheep farmer Rob Hodges met city slicker Jo Hodges and the pair hit it off.
Now married, the romance took Jo by surprise.
"I never thought in a million years that I would spend my days living on a farm and have three children," Jo told New Idea.
"But now, I just couldn’t live back in the city; there’s no way I could adjust back to city living."
The couple married in 2010 and Darcy, 10, Maggie, eight and Roy, five, followed.
Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle shortly after the latest season of Farmer Wants a Wife ended, Jo shared her thoughts on the revamped version of the reality show in comparison to her time on TV.
“Shows really thrive on drama, which is unfortunate, but that’s the way it is,” she said.
“I feel that Farmer has evolved a little bit from when we were on it, to the point where now it is a little bit more drama-filled.
“The guys were in it a lot more and now it’s sort of more focused on the girls. It used to be very much them getting their hands dirty on the farm.”
Season 3 – Damian Atkins and Rachael Peynenborg
In 2009, it was another case of love at first sight when Tasmanian farmer Damian Atkins and Rachael Peynenborg hit it off immediately.
He even convinced her to move from the mainland to the Apple Isle.
Their first child, Harvey, was born in 2011, with Rachael saying at the time: "Not in a million years could I have imagined this would be the result of going on the show."
They married in 2016 and have two more kids - Fin, eight, and Mae, six.
"We're doing great," Damian told Woman's Day last year.
"Just trying to juggle our businesses, farms and our three crazy kids."
Season 4 – Brad Crane and Stacie Marmion
It was love at first sight for farmer Brad Crane when he met Stacie Marmion on the reality show, then on channel Nine.
"I remember telling the producer, 'I am going to marry that girl', and he turned and said, 'Not yet, we have another 10 shows to go first,'" Brad told Woman's Day in 2019.
Despite the producers urging Brad to be open to other contestants, it was Stacie he chose and they are still together.
Twelve years later they are married with three daughters – Darcie, eight, Bobbie, six, and Frankie, four - living on their farm in Gunnedah.
Season 4 – Scott Warby and Clare Spark
Mungindi farmer Scott Warby chose Brisbane-based Clare Spark during the show in 2009 and they started a long-distance relationship, meeting every other weekend.
Nine months later, Scott proposed and Clare moved in with him.
The couple married in 2011 with Clare saying at the time: "Being able to call Scott my husband makes me feel like the luckiest girl in the world. I feel like we've known each other for years, which must mean we are meant to be together."
The couple have two children, Elsie, eight, and Fraser, five.
Season 5 – Nathan McClymont and Amanda Ecker
When they met 10 years ago on the show, farmer Nathan McClymont was so smitten with Amanda Ecker he proposed in the finale!
They married eight years ago and have three sons Mason, nine, Benjamin, six and Oscar, 20 months.
"Mason is a football nut, just like his dad; they go to all the Eagles games together," Amanda told Mamamia last year. "Ben loves to swim and ride his bike.
"He’s a little entertainer."
The couple planned to have only three children, but Amanda is now not so sure.
"Oscar’s just been a little dream, so it’s hard to say 'no more'."
Season 7 – Frank Atherton and Tenille Jolly
It was on a speed date in 2011 when Hughenden farmer Frank Atherton warmed to Perth girl Tenille Jolly on Farmer Wants A Wife.
"There was an instant spark and the conversation just flowed," Tenille told the ABC.
"Maybe I already knew it was meant to be, it was all just too easy."
The romantic grazier proposed to Tenille two years later on Valentine’s Day.
"He brought out some champagne and a plate of antipasto and dropped to one knee, Tenille revealed.
"It was a lovely moment and I did cry ... I had been waiting for it to happen because I love the man."
The couple are now married with one child, four-year-old Oliver.
Season 8 – Sam Alford and Jodie Byrne
Kununurra cattleman Sam Alford fell for Sydney travel agent Jodie Byrne on the 2012 season of Farmer Wants A Wife.
A long-distance romance wasn't for them, so Jodie decided to relocate to Sam’s Western Australia property just three months later and, by Christmas, Sam had proposed.
The couple married at the beginning of 2015 and baby made three when River was born in 2018.
Season 8 – Nikko Lord and Jade Truman
Richmond farmer Nikko Lord convinced Brisbane yoga teacher Jade Truman to move to the country and start a life with him.
"In 2012, I moved from Brisbane to a large cattle station 120km out of Richmond in QLD," Jade says on her outback yoga website.
"It’s a love story that will be told around the smoko table to our children and children’s children.
"My husband, Nikko Lord, was also known as Farmer Nikko ‘the cattle baron’, for a number of years after our five minutes of fame on the hit TV show, Farmer Wants a Wife. I quickly packed my bags and became a Jillaroo alongside him."
They were married in 2017 on North Stradbroke Island and have two boys Jock and Sandy.
Season 11 – Andrew Guthrie and Jess Nathan
Andrew Guthrie and Jess Nathan knew they were right for each other early in the show, even contemplating dropping out of the filming of Farmer Wants A Wife to be together.
"Andrew knew he was going to pick me, so we went to the producers and told them we'd fallen in love and wanted to leave, but they said no," she told the Daily Telegraph.
They were also told to keep their love a secret "because it would mean the whole show would have to stop filming and people would lose their jobs".
Ten months on, they are still loved up and sharing their new adventure together with cute updates on their Instagram accounts.
Lets hope the 2022 season will also help create another Aussie farming family!
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