Australian Survivor (season 4)

Australian Survivor
Presented by Jonathan LaPaglia
No. of episodes26
No. of days55
No. of castaways24
WinnerJericho Malabonga
Production
Location(s) Upolu, Samoa
Filming dates21 May (2017-05-21) – 21 July 2017 (2017-07-21)
Release
Original release 30 July (2017-07-30) – 10 October 2017 (2017-10-10)
Chronology
Preceded by Season 3
Followed by Champions vs. Contenders

The fourth season of Australian Survivor is a television series based on the international reality game show franchise Survivor. It is the second season to air on the Network Ten, following the network acquiring the broadcast rights to the Australian Survivor franchise in late 2015. The season premiered on 30 July 2017.[1]

Like the previous season, the program was filmed on the Samoan island of Upolu and featured 24 Australian castaways competing for 55 days in the Samoan jungle for a grand prize of A$500,000. Jonathan LaPaglia returned to host the series for his second season.

On the 10th of October, 2017, Jericho Malabonga was revealed to be the winner over Tara Pitt by a vote of 6–3.

Production[]

Casting[]

The series was renewed on 23 October 2016. Upon the announcement of renewal, a casting call was made for potential contestants for the new season.[2] Over 20,000 people applied for the new season.[3]

Twists[]

This season featured multiple game-play twists for the first time in the series. This season introduced the super-idol which had the power to nullify the use of any other idol at one tribal council (not to be confused with the post-vote negating idol seen first in the American format's Panama season). This season also introduced several 'moral dilemmas' into the game which forced contestants to choose between two luxuries; one that benefits the entire tribe and one that only benefits the finder.

This season also saw the return of non-elimination episodes from season 3, the first of which saw a double tribal council where two contestants were sequentially voted out and sent to the opposing tribe. The following day, two contestants of the other tribe were then required to volunteer to switch to the tribe to replace them. The second non-elimination episode saw the contestants of one tribe vote for one of their members to receive a reward. The third featured a Tribal Council mutiny and the fourth featured a juror elimination.

This season also introduced a variety of twists previously seen on the American format including the initial marooning, the hiding of an immunity idol at challenges (first seen in Cambodia), tribal mutiny (first seen in Thailand) and jury member elimination (seen only in Kaôh Rōng).

Contestants[]

List of Australian Survivor (season 4) contestants
Contestant Original tribe First
swapped tribe
Second
swapped tribe
Post-mutiny
tribe
Merged tribe Finish
Joan Caballero
29, Sydney, NSW
Asaga 1st voted out
Day 3
Adam Parkin
40, Brisbane, QLD
Samatau 2nd voted out
Day 6
Kate Temby
47, Melbourne, VIC
Samatau 3rd voted out
Day 9
Mark "Tarzan" Herlaar
51, Toowoomba, QLD
Samatau 4th voted out
Day 11
Aimee Stanton
23, Melbourne, VIC
Samatau 5th voted out
Day 13
Samantha "Sam" Gash
32, Melbourne, VIC
Asaga 6th voted out
Day 16
Mark Wales
37, Perth, WA
Asaga 7th voted out
Day 18
Jacqui Patterson
50, Byron Bay, NSW
Asaga Asaga 8th voted out
Day 22
Kent Nelson
51, Adelaide, SA
Asaga Asaga 9th voted out
Day 24
Aaron "A.K." Knight
36, Adelaide, SA
Samatau Samatau Asaga 10th voted out
Day 28
Ben Morgan
20, Perth, WA
Asaga Samatau Samatau 11th voted out
Day 30
Odette Blacklock
32, Sydney, NSW
Asaga Asaga Asaga Asaga 12th voted out
Day 34
Jarrad Seng
29, Mount Lawley, WA
Samatau Samatau Samatau Samatau Asatoa 13th voted out
1st jury member
Day 36
Anneliese Wilson
23, Melbourne, VIC
Samatau Asaga Samatau Samatau 14th voted out
2nd jury member
Day 38
Henry Nicholson
26, Adelaide, SA
Asaga Samatau Samatau Samatau 15th voted out
3rd jury member
Day 40
Tessa O’Halloran
29, Melbourne, VIC
Samatau Samatau Samatau Samatau 16th voted out
4th jury member[a]

Day 42
Sarah Tilleke
22, Perth, WA
Asaga Asaga Asaga Asaga 17th voted out
5th jury member
Day 44
Luke Toki
30, Perth, WA
Asaga Asaga Asaga Asaga 18th voted out
6th jury member
Day 46
Nicola “Ziggy” Zagame
26, Gymea Bay, NSW
Samatau Samatau Samatau Samatau 19th voted out
7th jury member
Day 47
Locklan "Locky" Gilbert
27, Perth, WA
Samatau Samatau Samatau Samatau 20th voted out
8th jury member
Day 49
Michelle Dougan
33, Sydney, NSW
Asaga Asaga Samatau Samatau 21st voted out
9th jury member
Day 52
Peter Conte
22, Sydney, NSW
Samatau Samatau Asaga Samatau 22nd voted out
10th jury member
Day 54
Tara Pitt
32, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Samatau Asaga Asaga Asaga Runner-Up
Day 55
Jericho Malabonga
25, Melbourne, VIC
Asaga Asaga Asaga Asaga Sole Australian Survivor
Day 55

Season summary[]

Challenge winners and eliminations by episode

In the case of multiple tribes or castaways who win reward or immunity, they are listed in order of finish, or alphabetically where it was a team effort; where one castaway won and invited others, the invitees are in brackets.
Notes
  1. ^ On Day 50, for winning a special reward challenge, Jericho earned the power to eliminate one of the first 8 jury members. He chose Tessa.
  2. ^ This challenge was a two-on-two challenge, with Jacqui and Mark W. chosen to represent Asaga, and Adam & Mark H. chosen to represent Samatau. Jacqui and Mark W. won the challenge, earning reward for their entire tribe.
  3. ^ Instead of voting out players, Samatau unknowingly voted for two tribe members to be swapped to Asaga. Tara and Anneliese were voted out and sent to Exile Beach for the night before joining Asaga on Day 21.
  4. ^ No reward challenge was held due to the second part of the tribal swap twist. Following Tara and Anneliese's swap to Asaga, Asaga was tasked with choosing two of their own tribe members to take Tara and Anneliese's spot on Samatau. They chose Ben and Henry.
  5. ^ a b c For winning the reward challenge, Samatau went to a special Tribal Council to vote for a player for a chance to win the "ultimate reward"; they chose Ziggy. Ziggy earned a chance to search for a "super idol," which she found.
  6. ^ Instead of voting out a member of the tribe, Asaga were offered a chance to mutiny and join Samatau. Only one castaway could mutiny. Peter chose to mutiny.
  7. ^ Samatau were told to invite two castaways from Asaga on their reward, they chose Peter and Sarah.
  8. ^ After winning, Jonathan offered Tessa to give up her meal in exchange for everyone getting letters from home. She accepted the offer.
  9. ^ a b c On Day 50, for winning a special reward challenge, Jericho earned the power to eliminate one of the first 8 jury members. He chose Tessa.
  10. ^ The winner of the challenge also received reward.

Episodes[]

No. in series Episode No. Title Timeline Original air date
521"Episode 1"Days 1-330 July 2017 (2017-07-30)

  • Reward challenge: The tribes race to grab supplies from a boat and push their supply net into the water. Then put their supplies on the net, jump into the water and push the net to the beach. On the beach is a large bag of rice on a hook. The first tribe to get their supply net onto the beach and grab the rice keeps all of their collected supplies and the rice. The losing tribe gets nothing.
  • Reward challenge: Each tribe selects two members to compete in a fire-making challenge. The first tribe to build a fire which burns through a rope wins a lit torch and flint.
  • Immunity challenge: Ten members from each tribe compete in an obstacle course. They scramble under a low obstacle, then two tribe members climb a rope to release a cargo net, allowing the rest of the tribe to climb a tower. The tribes then move six crates to build a staircase for another tower. They slide down a ramp and then build a human pyramid to reach a rope, releasing two bags of puzzle pieces. The remaining two tribe members use the pieces to solve a puzzle.
532"Episode 2"Days 4-631 July 2017 (2017-07-31)

  • Reward challenge: One member from each tribe will go down a slippery course, and compete for a ball. First person to get the ball into their goal square, scores a point. First tribe to seven points wins. The winning tribe wins fishing gear and an outrigger canoe.
  • Immunity challenge: Nine runners from each tribe will run through a mud pit, break a bamboo tunnel, and finally a brick wall. After busting through the brick wall, one person, who can be swapped out, will have to hammer a set of pegs, which will allow them to open a drawer containing club hammers. The remaining two tribe members will use the war clubs to break six tiles. First tribe to break all of their tiles wins.
543"Episode 3"Days 6-91 August 2017 (2017-08-01)

  • Reward challenge: Both tribes will have nine members maneuver a large boulder through a series of gates and then on top of a bridge. Afterwards, two tribe members will then get on top of the boulder to get from one high platform to another. On the second platform, they will then throw rings onto pegs in order to release a ramp. The first tribe to get their boulder up the ramp and into the holes wins. The winning tribe won comfort items including: chairs, a hammock, sheets, lanterns, candles, and a tarp.
  • Immunity challenge: Both tribes will paddle a raft out past a series of crates to a moor. They will have one member swim out and dive down and untie a series of knots to get a key. They will then need to paddle back to shore and use the key to unlock a chest containing bamboo. Using the bamboo, they will then construct a tower around a pole. The tribe that builds a tower higher than their pole and can stay up for five seconds wins.
554"Episode 4"Days 9-116 August 2017 (2017-08-06)

  • Reward challenge: Jonathan will release hundreds of coconuts into the sea. The tribe will then use rafts to collect the coconuts. As they bring the raft ashore, two castaways will be surfed in, one at a time, on top of the coconut raft on a surfboard. They will then bring their coconuts to a crate, and then use a mini-trampoline to bounce the coconuts in order to smash three tiki statues. First tribe to smash the entire statue wins. The winning tribe received coffee, tea, spices, and herbs.
  • Immunity challenge: The tribe will be divided into two groups: builders and runners. Builders will build the obstacle course as they go. First the builders will need to pull a cargo net for the runners to get across and then they will use stepping poles. While the builders use ladders to bridge the third and final platform, runners will need to carry sandbags across. On the final platform, using the sandbags the runners will need to throw them to knock off a block on a rail. The first tribe to knock their block off wins. If at any point anyone falls off the obstacle, they will need to start over.
565"Episode 5"Days 12-137 August 2017 (2017-08-07)

  • Immunity challenge: Both tribes will form a human chain. Between each person has a disc with a small torch they must hold up with the people next to them. If anyone drops a disc, they'll break the chain. The last tribe standing with at least any two people holding onto a single disc wins.
566"Episode 6"Days 14-1613 August 2017 (2017-08-13)

  • Reward challenge: The members of each tribe line up on a very narrow balance beam. One tribe member at a time, they must move across the beam and around the other tribe members. The person crossing can only touch one member at a time. If two people touch at once or a member falls into the water, they must start all over. Once a member reaches the platform, the next person may proceed. The tribe who gets all their members across first wins. The winning tribe is awarded a survivor barbecue consisting of sausages, hamburgers, prawns, and beer.
  • Immunity challenge: One by one, members from both tribes will go through a series of obstacles in the water: a high dive, a slide, and a next crawl. Once all of the tribe members are on shore, they will use a machete to hack through a pole to release puzzle pieces. Two tribe members will then use the pieces to complete a puzzle. First tribe to complete the puzzle wins.
567"Episode 7"Days 16-1814 August 2017 (2017-08-14)

  • Immunity challenge: Two contestants are pitted against each other on a platform, armed with large padded bags. Their objective is to knock their opponent into the mud. The first tribe to 7 points wins immunity.
578"Episode 8"Days 19-2020 August 2017 (2017-08-20)

  • Reward challenge: Tribemates must transport a ball, balanced on a small platform through an obstacle course. The first tribe to shoot for hoops and hit all four targets wins. If at any point they drop the ball, they will have to go back to the start of the obstacle. The winner tribe won a spa day at an isolate sliding rocks location.
  • Immunity challenge: In pairs, layers must race out to open three puzzle gates to make way to pull one player on a heavy sled through to the finish line. The tribe to light the cauldron first wins.
589"Episode 9"Days 21-2221 August 2017 (2017-08-21)

  • Immunity challenge: Three members from each tribe must race through the water to get control of the ball. They will then pass the ball onto a fourth member on a platform, who will kick it in. The first tribe to kick three goals wins.
5910"Episode 10"Days 22-2427 August 2017 (2017-08-27)

  • Reward challenge: Half of the tribe will push a heavy cart filled with puzzle pieces to the end of a course. At the end of the course, two tribe members will hold up the top of a palm tree puzzle, while two other members work on the puzzle. The first tribe to complete their puzzle first wins a trip to an ice cream parlor.
  • Immunity challenge: Six members of the tribe will work together to move discs to the end of a rope. After they've released the discs, they will roll them into a barrel. Once their in the barrel, they will load them into a chute to release a key. The last two members of the tribe will then use the key to unlock a chest containing puzzle pieces that they will use to solve a puzzle. First tribe to complete their puzzle wins.
6011"Episode 11"Days 25-2628 August 2017 (2017-08-28)

  • Reward challenge: One by one, three members of the tribe will jump off a platform in the water to grab a key and swim it to shore. Once all three keys are retrieved, they will unlock a chest containing pieces of a block puzzle. Two members of the tribe will work on the puzzle, and once complete, the final two members will use sandbags to knock off the puzzle. The tribe to knock off all pieces of their puzzle wins. The winning tribe goes to tribal council where they will vote on of their own to play for the "ultimate reward".
  • "Ultimate Reward" challenge: To win the ultimate reward, Ziggy had to find the Super Idol hidden in a swamp. She had to find it before sunrise.
6112"Episode 12"Days 27-283 September 2017 (2017-09-03)

  • Reward challenge: Members from each tribe must face-off one at a time and aim to knock down their opponent's hand-held idol to the ground. The first tribe to seven points wins a personalized sweet treat and in addition, all the rewards Samatau had given up (comfort item & fishing gear) in a previous challenge.
  • Immunity challenge: One male and one female from each tribe must hold up a bucket while the opposing tribe fill it as much water as they can. The last player standing wins Immunity for their tribe.
6213"Episode 13"Days 29-304 September 2017 (2017-09-04)

  • Immunity challenge: Tribemates must hold heavy sandbags tethered to water-filled troughs above their head. If they could not continue, tribemates had the option to drop out and pass their sandbag to another tribe member. The first tribe to tip the balance of the water troughs loses the challenge.
6314"Episode 14"Days 31-3210 September 2017 (2017-09-10)

  • Reward challenge:
  • Immunity challenge:
6415"Episode 15"Days 33-3411 September 2017 (2017-09-11)

  • Immunity challenge:

Voting history[]

Tribal Phase (Day 1–34)
Original tribes Tribe swap vote[a] First swap Second swap Post-mutiny
Episode # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 15
Day # 3 6 9 11 13 16 18 20 22 24 28 30 34
Eliminated Tie[b] Joan Adam Kate Mark H. Aimee Samantha Mark W. Tie[b] Tara[c] Tie[b] Anneliese[c] Jacqui Kent A.K. Ben Odette
Votes 6–6 7–3 5–4–2–1 5–4–2 3–1–0[d] 5–4 9–2 7–3 3–3–2 5–1 3–3–1 5–0 6–3 5–2–1 4–2–1 5–3 4–1
Voter Vote
Jericho Kent Joan Samantha Jacqui Jacqui Kent A.K. Odette
Tara Kate Tessa Tessa A.K. A.K. None[e] Jacqui Kent A.K. Odette
Peter Adam Kate Mark H. Aimee Locky Tara Locky Anneliese Tara
Michelle Kent Kent Samantha Mark W. Jacqui Kent Ben
Locky Adam Kate Mark H. A.K. A.K. A.K. A.K. None[e] Michelle
Ziggy Anneliese Tessa Tessa Aimee Tara Tara Anneliese Anneliese Ben
Luke Kent Kent Samantha Jacqui Jacqui Odette A.K. Odette
Sarah Joan Joan Samantha Mark W. Jacqui Kent Peter Odette
Tessa Anneliese Tara Locky Aimee Tara Tara Anneliese Anneliese Michelle
Henry Joan Joan Samantha Mark W. Ben
Anneliese Kate Tessa Tessa A.K. A.K. Tara Locky None[e] Jacqui Kent Ben
Jarrad Adam Kate Mark H. Aimee Tara Tara Locky Anneliese Ben
Odette Kent Kent Samantha Mark W. Sarah Michelle A.K. Sarah
Ben Kent Joan Samantha Mark W. Michelle
A.K. Adam Kate Tessa Aimee Locky None[e] Anneliese Anneliese Tara
Kent Joan None[e] Samantha Mark W. Sarah Michelle
Jacqui Joan Joan Samantha Mark W. Sarah
Mark W. Joan Joan Michelle Jacqui
Samantha Joan Joan Michelle
Aimee Adam Tessa Tessa A.K.
Mark H. Anneliese Kate Tessa
Kate A.K. Tara
Adam Anneliese
Joan Kent None[e]
Individual phase (Day 35–55)

Notes

  1. ^ On Day 20, after voting out one castaway at Tribal Council, Samatau was instructed to immediately vote out another tribe member. Unbeknownst to them, both voted out castaways would be temporarily exiled before joining Asaga. Since this episode featured two vote-offs, each contestant's votes were not aired in the closing crs. In exit interviews that have occurred since the airing of this episode, it has been revealed that many details about whom contestants voted for were omitted from the episode due to time constraints.[4] Specifically, the fact that the second vote-off originally resulted in a tie was not even alluded to
  2. ^ a b c d The Tribal Council vote resulted in a tie. Per the rules, a second vote was held where the castaways involved in the tie would not vote and the remaining castaways could only vote for those who tied.
  3. ^ a b Instead of being eliminated from the game, Tara and Anneliese were switched to Asaga. As a result of this twist, Asaga had to choose two tribemates to swap to Samatau. They chose Ben & Henry.
  4. ^ Tessa played a hidden immunity idol, therefore six votes against her were negated.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j This contestant was only able to vote for one other contestant, thus they were not eligible to vote.
  6. ^ The second Tribal Council vote also resulted in a tie. As there were only four castaways remaining, the two tied castaways would compete in a fire making challenge to resolve the tie.
  7. ^ a b Michelle lost to Jericho in the fire-making tiebreaker.
  8. ^ On Day 50, for winning the special reward challenge, Jericho earned the power to eliminate one of the first eight jurors. He chose Tessa.

Reception[]

Ratings[]

Ratings data is from OzTAM and represents the viewership from the 5 largest Australian metropolitan centres (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide).

Week Episode Air date Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total ratings Source
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 1 30 July 2017 639,000 8 52,000 7 691,000 8 [5][6]
2 31 July 2017 656,000 12 74,000 3 730,000 11 [7][8]
3 1 August 2017 600,000 11 124,000 1 724,000 10 [9][10]
2 4 6 August 2017 606,000 9 51,000 5 657,000 8 [11][12]
5 7 August 2017 637,000 13 105,000 3 742,000 10 [13][14]
3 6 13 August 2017 622,000 7 72,000 1 694,000 7 [15][16]
7 14 August 2017 625,000 14 109,000 2 729,000 11 [17][18]
4 8 20 August 2017 633,000 8 63,000 3 696,000 8 [19][20]
9 21 August 2017 611,000 16 128,000 1 739,000 12 [21][22]
5 10 27 August 2017 607,000 11 55,000 6 662,000 9 [23] [24]
11 28 August 2017 575,000 14 115,000 1 690,000 11 [25][26]
6 12 3 September 2017 574,000 9 49,000 4 623,000 8 [27][28]
13 4 September 2017 617,000 14 88,000 2 706,000 11 [29][30]
7 14 10 September 2017 603,000 8 55,000 2 658,000 8 [31][32]
15 11 September 2017 595,000 17 101,000 2 696,000 13 [33][34]
8 16 17 September 2017 567,000 10 54,000 4 622,000 9 [35][36]
17 18 September 2017 559,000 18 64,000 5 623,000 17 [37][38]
18 19 September 2017 567,000 13 96,000 2 663,000 11 [39][40]
9 19 24 September 2017 570,000 9 69,000 4 639,000 9 [41][42]
20 25 September 2017 625,000 12 68,000 3 693,000 11 [43][44]
21 26 September 2017 625,000 10 94,000 2 719,000 10 [45][46]
10 22 2 October 2017 617,000 15 43,000 5 660,000 14 [47][48]
23 3 October 2017 595,000 11 90,000 2 685,000 11 [49][50]
11 24 8 October 2017 644,000 14 68,000 5 712,000 11 [51][52]
25 9 October 2017 669,000 10 51,000 4 721,000 10 [53][54]
26[a] 10 October 2017 720,000 9 105,000 3 825,000 8 [55][56]
787,000 7 155,000 2 943,000 2
R[b] 508,000 16 105,000 3 613,000 13

Notes

  1. ^ The final episode was coded into two programs - the first titled "Grand Finale" and the second titled "Winner Announced". Because of this, two separate sets of ratings were produced.
  2. ^ These ratings account for the “Reunion” episode which aired after the finale.

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