TV series Adventure All Stars is filming on the Sapphire Coast this week – 2EC | Directory Mayhem

The Sapphire Coast will headline the sixth episode of the third season of the socially conscious global television series Adventure All Stars – the TV travel show with a difference as it is known!

Between Tuesday (22nd November) and Saturday (26th November) 12 authentic and philanthropic performers from across Australia experienced the best the Sapphire Coast has to offer including an oyster cruise, surfing, mountain e-biking, a gin school , kayaking and a visit to Magic Mountain in Merimbula and a coastal wildlife tour.

Australian showbiz legend Frankie J. Holden OAM is the celebrity guest star of Adventure All Stars – having originally appeared in the show’s second season and returning specifically for the season three episode in his hometown.

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“You’re getting a really good look at some of the best things we have to offer on the Sapphire Coast, so it’s a great showcase for the whole region,” said Mr. Holden.

Other South Coast locals involved in Season 3 include the owners of Ultimate Campers in Moruya, Bronwyn and David Rodgers.

Mr Rogers said they support a charity called Walk A While which works with the Indigenous People of Central Australia and helps connect through creative and visual arts.

When they heard about the opportunity to raise more money for their chosen charity while taking a little holiday, Mr Rogers said they were all in.

“I landed not far from where I work in Moruya on the south coast and I’m finding places I didn’t even know were,” Rogers told East Coast Radio.

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“It’s going to be entertaining for people to watch the show, it’s a lot of fun,” he continued.

“Locals should also tune in to learn more about the area. I was amazed by the activities, with so many great things to do in places like Tathra, Bermagui and Merimbula.”

Councilor Michelle Kleinert (Councillor of Westerfolds Ward in Victoria) along with design and behavior analyst Deborah de Jong joined Frankie J. and the other eight cast members for the filming of this sixth episode.

As Australia’s only socially conscious travel TV show, Adventure All Stars features a whole new cast of authentic actors in every episode.

Before filming began, all of the cast, including Frankie J., raised funds for Australian charities and their reward is the trip of a lifetime with Adventure All Stars.

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All net proceeds from the TV series are donated to Australian charities, with funds raised via the Sapphire Coast episode supporting the Walk a While Foundation, NSW RFS and Bully Zero.

Adventure All Stars seasons one and two are currently available through 7PLUS in Australia, TVNZ On Demand in New Zealand and Outdoor Channel Asia.

This groundbreaking television show first premiered on Seven Network in Australia in 2019 and on TVNZ 1 in New Zealand in 2020.

The show’s final season raised nearly $1.2 million for charity — making Adventure All Stars one of the largest contributors to philanthropy of any TV show in the world.

Season 3 will also air worldwide through the show’s numerous broadcast partners.

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A Legends series has just been confirmed for production from October this year and will run until March 2023. The first Legends series will make television history by supporting a record 31 Australian charities. It will bring together the best of the best from the show’s past seasons to star in this one-off, special, four-part televised event that sees 48 authentic and philanthropic Australian cast members travel to multiple exotic international destinations for the one-week trip of a lifetime.

Images: James Fennessy – East Coast Radio

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