Here’s Where The Farmers On Farmer Wants A Wife Actually Live

While there are so many reality TV dating shows to choose from, the appeal of Farmer Wants A Wife is no doubt in seeing single people learning to embrace a partner — and their life on a farm.
Each year contestants have the opportunity to experience dates on each farmer's farm to truly understand their potential lover's unique lifestyle.
With five new farmers in the mix for 2024, all from the east coast of Australia, it's got many of us wondering where exactly our farmers are from — and whether we could really live in a town with a population of 131 people!
Ahead, here's where the farmers on Farmer Wants A Wife 2024 actually live.

Farmer Bert

This 30-year-old pineapple farmer comes from Wamuran in Queensland, which is a small regional town in between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast that's famous for 'The Big Strawberry'.

Farmer Dean

Farmer Dean also hails from Queensland, living in Kandanga, a town in the Gympie Region. It has a whopping population of 665 people and is surrounded by wellness retreats and walking tracks. When the show was filmed, his town was going through the "worst drought" he had ever seen on the farm, requiring him to work between filming.

Farmer Dustin

This cattle, sheep, goat and crop farmer resides in Condobolin, a town in the Central West region of New South Wales by the Lachlan River. The town has a population of 3,185.

Farmer Joe

Another New South Wales boy, Farmer Joe, lives on his family's cattle and sheep farm in the Snowy Mountains, best known for its ski resorts and alpine lakes.

Farmer Tom

Farmer Tom comes from Nagambie, Victoria, which is a town in the Goulburn Valley region. He runs a cattle and crop farm, and it's estimated that there's only 131 other people in the town with him!
Farmer Wants A Wife airs on Sunday at 7pm and Monday & Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel 7 and 7Plus.

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