Where to watch Selling Houses Australia
Lifestyle’s smash-hit Selling Houses Australia returns this March with fresh episodes.
In this brand new 13 x 60 minute series, host Andrew Winter is once again reunited with interior designer Shaynna Blaze and landscape designer Charlie Albone. Bad taste, garish colours and clashing patterns – the team has seen it all, and this new season will be no exception. The three hosts are set to perform their makeover magic on a diverse range of properties all over the country in order to secure a much-needed sale for desperate vendors.
Season 11 will see some of the most impressive and inspiring makeovers yet. The team will tackle a derelict old church in scrubby bushland off the beaten track north of Adelaide. They’ll also work on a cyclone-ravaged beach shack struggling in a flooded market near Mackay. And if you have doubts about their abilities, you need to tune in to see how they transform a cluttered cottage, complete with its own pub.
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How to stream Selling Houses Australia online
Selling Houses Australia airs on Foxtel’s Lifestyle channel and is part of the Entertainment Pack. Season 11 starts March 7, with new episodes airing Wednesdays. The show is also available on demand with the Foxtel app, which is included for free with your Foxtel subscription.
If you’re keen on catching up with the show but don’t have Foxtel, you can subscribe to Foxtel Now and watch Selling Houses Australia over the Internet. The streaming service allows you to subscribe to channel packs based on your interests. To watch Selling Houses Australia, you need the Lifestyle pack, which costs only $10 per month. There are no contracts or installation costs – simply head to the Foxtel Now website, create an account, and you’ll be watching in minutes.
Once subscribed to the Lifestyle pack, you can watch new episodes of the show live or immediately after they air as well as catch up with past seasons on demand. Besides the Lifestyle channel, the Foxtel Now Lifestyle Pack also brings you content from Lifestyle Home, Lifestyle Food, Arena, TLC and E! You can watch on a variety of devices – a computer, mobile device, PS4, Telstra TV, Chromecast/Airplay and the Foxtel Now Box. There’s a 10-day free trial available for new customers.
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