Selling Houses Australia

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Selling Houses Australia
Presented byAndrew Winter
Starring
Country of originAustralia
No. of series11
No. of episodes125 + 5 specials
(list of episodes)
Production
Producer(s)Beyond Productions
Running time60 mins (including ads)
Release
Original networkLifeStyle
Picture format576i (SDTV) (2008–10)
1080i (HDTV) (2011– )
Audio formatStereo
Original release19 March 2008 –
present
Chronology
Preceded bySelling Houses UK
External links
Website

Selling Houses Australia is an Australian reality and lifestyle TV series, based on the British show of the same name. The series follows property owners who are having difficulty selling their home. The show is hosted by property expert and author Andrew Winter, who is joined by landscaper Charlie Albone, and interior designer Shaynna Blaze. The team initially assess the property, and then proceed with a renovation to boost the property's appeal and sale-ability. The property is then put up for sale and the result is shown at the end of each episode. It is produced exclusively for Foxtel by Beyond Productions.

In 2009 and 2010, the show won ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Lifestyle Program and Viewer's Favourite Program.[1][2][3] In 2013, the show won Most Outstanding Lifestyle Program,[4] and in 2014, was named Favourite Program – Australian.[5] In 2013, Selling Houses Australia was the highest rating LifeStyle Channel series and was the No. 1 regular program on Pay TV.[4] In its seventh series, which aired in 2014, the show became the highest rating series in Foxtel history, reaching a cumulative average of 603,000 viewers per episode, and "2.6 million unique people, equivalent to 37% of all Foxtel subscribers" across the series.[6]

In May 2014, it was announced that a five-episode special, Inside Selling Houses Australia, would begin airing on 25 June. The series sees Winter, Albone and Blaze "swap war stories from their seven years together doing property makeovers."[7] The final episode aired in January 2015.

Free-to-air network, Seven Network, picked up the rights to the series and began airing the series from its fifth season on 25 August 2016.[8][9] The twelfth season is scheduled to premiere on 6 March 2019, and the series will become "the most successful locally produced series" in Australian subscription television history.[10]

Cast[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season No. of
episodes
Timeslot Originally aired Viewership
Series premiere Series finale Avg. viewers
(thousands)
Most watched episode Viewers
(thousands)
Rank
1 10 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm 19 March 2008 21 May 2008 N/A
2 25 March 2009 27 May 2009
3 3 April 2010 2 June 2010
4 14 February 2011 20 April 2011
5 1 February 2012 4 April 2012 145,000 "Fixer Upper" 177,000 #1
6 6 February 2013 10 April 2013 150,000 "Huonbrook, NSW" 208,000 #1
7 13 5 February 2014 30 April 2014 149,000 "Greenwich, NSW" 206,000 #1
8 Wednesday 8:30pm–9:30pm 4 February 2015 29 April 2015 160,000 "Kelmscott, WA" 193,000 #1
9 3 February 2016 27 April 2016 138,000 "Ballarat, VIC" 168,000 #1
10 1 March 2017 24 May 2017 130,000 "Wangi Wangi, NSW" 143,000 #1
11 7 March 2018 30 May 2018 145,000 "Bendigo, VIC" 177,000 #1
12 6 March 2019 #
Specials 5 Wednesday
8:30 pm–9:30 pm (Eps 1–3)
Thursday
8:30 pm–9:30 pm (Eps 4–5)
25 June 2014 15 January 2015 91,000 "Reject Row" 132,000 #1

Seasons[edit]

Season 1 (2008)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot
1 1 "Austinmer, NSW" 19 March 2008 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm
2 2 "Bilgola Plateau, NSW" 26 March 2008
3 3 "Mount Martha, VIC" 2 April 2008
4 4 "South Granville, NSW" 9 April 2008
5 5 "Gold Coast, QLD" 16 April 2008
6 6 "Collingwood Park, QLD" 23 April 2008
7 7 "Botany, NSW" 30 April 2008
8 8 "Runaway Bay, QLD" 7 May 2008
9 9 "Coogee, NSW" 14 May 2008
10 10 "Dingley Village, VIC" 21 May 2008

Season 2 (2009)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot
11 1 "Gowrie, ACT" 25 March 2009 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm
12 2 "Walkerville, SA" 1 April 2009
13 3 "North Ryde, NSW" 8 April 2009
14 4 "Kurrajong Heights, NSW" 15 April 2009
15 5 "Portalington, VIC" 22 April 2009
16 6 "Marrickville, NSW" 29 April 2009
17 7 "Glen Iris, VIC" 6 May 2009
18 8 "Pymble, NSW" 13 May 2009
19 9 "San Remo, VIC" 20 May 2009
20 10 "Greystanes, NSW" 27 May 2009

Season 3 (2010)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot
21 1 "Chatswood, NSW" 3 April 2010 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm
22 2 "Newcastle, NSW" 10 April 2010
23 3 "Kallangur, QLD" 14 April 2010
24 4 "Maroubra, NSW" 21 April 2010
25 5 "West Footscray, VIC" 28 April 2010
26 6 "Bundeena, NSW" 5 May 2010
27 7 "Castle Hill, NSW" 12 May 2010
28 8 "Pacific Pines, QLD" 19 May 2010
29 9 "Mitcham, VIC" 26 May 2010
30 10 "Croydon Park, NSW" 2 June 2010

Season 4 (2011)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot
31 1 "North Rocks, NSW" 14 February 2011 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm
32 2 "Blue Mountains, NSW" 23 February 2011
33 3 "Oxley Parks, NSW" 3 March 2011
34 4 "Calliope, QLD" 9 March 2011
35 5 "Port Douglas, QLD" 16 March 2011
36 6 "Frankston, VIC" 23 March 2011
37 7 "Balmain, NSW" 30 March 2011
38 8 "Extreme: Beachmere, QLD" 6 April 2011
39 9 "Extreme: Berowra Waters, NSW" 13 April 2011
40 10 "Extreme: Kurnell, NSW" 20 April 2011

Season 5 (2012)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
41 1 "Flood House" 1 February 2012 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm 152,000 #1[11]
42 2 "Railway Cottage" 8 February 2012 157,000 #1[12]
43 3 "80's Outback" 15 February 2012 140,000 #1[13]
44 4 "Divorce House" 22 February 2012 130,000 #1[14]
45 5 "Hoarder House" 29 February 2012 108,000 #2[15]
46 6 "Developer Dreams" 7 March 2012 157,000 #1[16]
47 7 "DIY Disaster" 14 March 2012 137,000 #1[17]
48 8 "Inherited Queenslander" 21 March 2012 123,000 #1[18]
49 9 "Inner City Terrace" 28 March 2012 170,000 #1[19]
50 10 "Fixer Upper" 4 April 2012 177,000 #1[20]
Season Average – 145,000

Season 6 (2013)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
51 1 "Frankston, VIC" 6 February 2013 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm 162,000 #1[21]
52 2 "Wollongong, NSW" 13 February 2013 N/A
53 3 "Kings Langley, NSW" 20 February 2013 151,000 #1[22]
54 4 "Erskineville, NSW" 27 February 2013 160,000 #1[23]
55 5 "Glendenning, NSW" 6 March 2013 134,000 #1[24]
56 6 "Huonbrook, NSW" 13 March 2013 208,000 #1[25]
57 7 "Romsey, VIC" 20 March 2013 134,000 #1[26]
58 8 "Darwin, NT" 27 March 2013 171,000 #1[27]
59 9 "Gerringong, NSW" 3 April 2013 200,000 #1[28]
60 10 "West Ryde, NSW" 10 April 2013 179,000 #1[29]
Season Average – 150,000

Season 7 (2014)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
61 1 "Molendinar, QLD" 5 February 2014 Wednesday 7:30pm–8:30pm 100,000 #1[30]
62 2 "Kenthurst, NSW" 12 February 2014 117,000 #3[31]
63 3 "Kedron, QLD" 19 February 2014 175,000 #1[32]
64 4 "Hurlstone Park, NSW" 26 February 2014 101,000 #1[33]
65 5 "Gladstone Park, VIC" 5 March 2014 138,000 #4[34]
66 6 "Mudgee, NSW" 12 March 2014 149,000 #1[35]
67 7 "Hamersley, WA" 19 March 2014 146,000 #1[36]
68 8 "Drummoyne, NSW" 26 March 2014 163,000 #1[37]
69 9 "Selby, VIC" 2 April 2014 124,000 #1[38]
70 10 "Grays Point, NSW" 9 April 2014 142,000 #1[39]
71 11 "Monterey, NSW" 16 April 2014 190,000 #1[40]
72 12 "Greenwich, NSW" 23 April 2014 206,000 #1[41]
73 13 "Alexandra Pub, VIC" 30 April 2014 183,000 #1[42]
Season Average – 149,000

Season 8 (2015)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
74 1 "Dapto, NSW" 4 February 2015 Wednesday 8:30pm–9:30pm 170,000 #1[43]
75 2 "Kongwak, VIC" 11 February 2015 152,000 #1[44]
76 3 "Haberfield, NSW" 18 February 2015 167,000 #1[45]
77 4 "St Marys, NSW" 25 February 2015 170,000 #1[46]
78 5 "Macleay Island, QLD" 4 March 2015 112,000 #4[47]
79 6 "Reservoir, VIC" 11 March 2015 158,000 #1[48]
80 7 "Mile End, SA" 18 March 2015 163,000 #1[49]
81 8 "Wellington, NSW" 25 March 2015 151,000 #1[50]
82 9 "Bateau Bay, NSW" 1 April 2015 182,000 #1[51]
83 10 "Kelmscott, WA" 8 April 2015 193,000 #1[52]
84 11 "Brookvale, NSW" 15 April 2015 175,000 #1[53]
85 12 "Ashgrove, QLD" 22 April 2015 161,000 #1[54]
86 13 "Batehaven, NSW" 29 April 2015 136,000 #1[55]
Season Average – 160,000

Season 9 (2016)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title[56] Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
87 1 "Ballarat, VIC" 3 February 2016 Wednesday 8:30pm – 9:30pm 168,000 #1[57]
88 2 "Forest Lake, QLD" 10 February 2016 120,000 #1[58]
89 3 "Yallingup, WA" 17 February 2016 126,000 #1[59]
90 4 "Mudgeeraba, QLD" 24 February 2016 133,000 #1[60]
91 5 "Stroud, NSW" 2 March 2016 140,000 #1[61]
92 6 "Baulkham Hills, NSW" 9 March 2016 124,000 #1[62]
93 7 "Leongatha, VIC" 16 March 2016 132,000 #1[63]
94 8 "Ascot Vale, VIC" 23 March 2016 97,000 #1[64]
95 9 "North Haven, SA" 30 March 2016 153,000 #1[65]
96 10 "Bayswater, VIC" 6 April 2016 148,000 #2[66]
97 11 "Maitland, NSW" 13 April 2016 133,000 #2[67]
98 12 "Yass, NSW (Part 1)" 20 April 2016 156,000 #2[68]
99 13 "Yass, NSW (Part 2)" 27 April 2016 166,000 #2[69]
Season Average – 138,000

Season 10 (2017)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title[70] Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
100[71] 1 "Petersham, NSW" 1 March 2017 Wednesday 8:30pm – 9:30pm 134,000 #2[72]
101 2 "Miami, QLD" 8 March 2017 131,000 #2[73]
102 3 "Bass, VIC" 15 March 2017 131,000 #2[74]
103 4 "Fulham, SA" 22 March 2017 119,000 #2[75]
104 5 "Ravenshoe, QLD" 29 March 2017 136,000 #2[76]
105 6 "Mt Macedon, VIC" 5 April 2017 134,000 #2[77]
106 7 "Wangi Wangi, NSW" 12 April 2017 143,000 #1[78]
107 8 "New Norfolk, TAS" 19 April 2017 139,000 #1[79]
108 9 "Cobbitty, NSW" 26 April 2017 120,000 #1[80]
109 10 "Oxenford, QLD" 3 May 2017 131,000 #1[81]
110 11 "Hindmarsh Island, SA" 10 May 2017 126,000 #1[82]
111 12 "Casula, NSW" 17 May 2017 108,000 #1[83]
112 13 "Middle Ridge, QLD" 24 May 2017 138,000 #1[84]
Season Average – 130,000

Season 11 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title[85] Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
113 1 "Black Hill, SA" 7 March 2018 Wednesday 8:30pm – 9:30pm 131,000 #1[86]
114 2 "Nth Maclean, QLD" 14 March 2018 128,000 #2[87]
115 3 "Penrith, NSW" 21 March 2018 138,000 #2[88]
116 4 "Campwin Beach, QLD" 28 March 2018 148,000 #2[89]
117 5 "Guildford, NSW" 4 April 2018 131,000 #2[90]
118 6 "Stafford, QLD" 11 April 2018 95,000 #2[91]
119 7 "Victoria Park, WA" 18 April 2018 152,000 #1[92]
120 8 "Traralgon, VIC" 25 April 2018 147,000 #5[93]
121 9 "Balgownie, NSW" 4 May 2018 149,000 #1[94]
122 10 "Bendigo, VIC" 9 May 2018 177,000 #1[95]
123 11 "Tahmoor, NSW" 16 May 2018 147,000 #1[96]
124 12 "Silverdale, NSW" 23 May 2018 170,000 #1[97]
125 13 "Little Forest, NSW" 30 May 2018 173,000 #1[98]
Season Average – 145,000

Season 12 (2019)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
Season
Title[99] Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
126 1 "Normanhurst, NSW" 6 March 2019 Wednesday 8:30pm – 9:30pm #
127 2 "Lewiston, SA" 13 March 2019 #
128 3 "Balmain, NSW" 20 March 2019 #
129 4 "Inverloch, VIC" 27 March 2019 #

Specials[edit]

Inside Selling Houses Australia (2014–15)[edit]

No. in
Season
Title Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(Thousands)
Nightly
rank
1 "Reject Row" 25 June 2014 Wednesday 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm 132,000 #1[100]
2 "Hoarder Heaven" 2 July 2014 89,000 #3[101]
3 "Decor Disaster" 27 August 2014 73,000 #6[102]
4 "Reno Wreck" 2 October 2014 Thursday 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm 75,000 #1[103]
5 "Horror Houses" 15 January 2015 84,000 #1[104]

DVD releases[edit]

DVD title Ep # Release dates
Region 4
Series 1 10 15 June 2011
Series 2 10 17 August 2011
Series 3 10 11 January 2012

See also[edit]

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