Where to watch The Bachelorette Australia online

If you love love, The Bachelorette will be right up your alley.

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Season 3 (12 episodes), Season 4 (12 episodes), Season 5 (12 episodes)
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36 episodes
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A spin-off from The Bachelor, The Bachelorette shares a similar premise. One eligible bachelorette is presented with a large pool of potential partners. Over the course of a season, she gets to know the candidates better by going on romantic dates and she gradually eliminates the ones she doesn't feel drawn to.

In the end, only one man will remain and the bachelorette will hopefully get the fairytale ending she longs for, whether the guy chooses to propose or not. All in all, if you love dating reality shows, there's no doubt you'll feel compelled to binge this one. It's high-stakes and offers more than enough exciting drama to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

The Bachelorette Australia first premiered in 2015 on Network 10. The show has featured a wide range of eligible bachelorettes, from fitness trainer Ali Oetjen who managed to find true love on the series, to Sophie Monk, Georgia Love and Sam Frost.

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