Alex and Jack, NSW
These quirky, fun-loving twins are bringing a touch of style to the race.
Even though they love to bicker, Jack says that Alex is his "favourite human" and they're both on the same wavelength.
Ashleigh and Amanda, QLD
These Gold Coast gal pals met in a very 21st century way - by commenting on each other's Instagram posts.
It was "the adventure of a lifetime" for the besties, and their love of adventure and being active will definitely come in handy.
Brendon and Jackson, NSW
These cowboys are about as True Blue as they come!
The pair met through rodeoing over 10 years ago and love all things that will get that adrenaline pumping - but Brendon may not fare so well if frogs are involved.
"I'd tongue kiss a brown snake before I touch a frog any day of the week!" he says.
Chris and Aleisha, QLD
She's a former Disneyland princess, he's a self-proclaimed nerd - this married couple will be ones to watch this season.
"Our dream came true!" Aleisha wrote on Instagram of their Amazing Race experience, so we'll have to see how they fare.
Dwes and Katherine, WA
Cousins from The Kimberleys, Dwes and Katherine are proud First Nations people and want to be positive role models and inspire their community to dream big.
"I think we're going to be the deadliest team on Amazing Race!" Dwes jokes.
Though they admit to butting heads often, can they work through their differences and snag the $250,000?
Holly and Dolor, NSW
They've been dubbed the "power couple" so this Sydney boyfriend and girlfriend must think the race is a piece of cake!
But lawyer Holly and her boyfriend of five years Dolor, who hails from Nigerian royalty, could struggle - especially as Dolor's terrified of bugs and insects.
"Holly's more resilient than me," he admits.
Jaskirat and Anurag, NSW
Best mates Jaskirat and Anurag, who met 10 years ago at Summer Sikh youth camp are proud "Super Sikhs" who are excited to show Australia more of their culture and fighting spirit!
"It was an adventure of a lifetime around our beautiful country," the travel-enthusiasts said.
Jobelle and Rani, VIC
13 years ago, this dad and daughter moved from the Philippines and as a child Jobelle swore that one day that she and her dad would star on The Amazing Race.
Turns out dreams really do come true! Let's see if they make it all the way to the end.
Jordan and Violeta, VIC
The thought of completing The Amazing Race with an ex sounds unappealing to most, but Jordan and Violeta aren't your typical exes.
The couple dated in high school but are now not only close friends but elite dance partners who are hoping to waltz their way to victory on the race.
Jude and Shannon, QLD
Fun-loving mums Jude and Shannon met through their kids nearly 20 years ago and are sure to bring the laughs this season as they run the race.
"This is what happens when you say to your bestie... ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if we...’ and she foolishly says yes," they joked on Instagram of applying for the adventurous reality show.
Malaan and Tina, VIC
Born in South Sudan, these two have been friends since they were five-years-old and moved to other parts of Africa as refugees before arriving in Australia.
Whilst Malaan is an international model studying towards a business degree, politics enthusiast Tina is a Senior Policy Advisor for the Victorian government and though they've visited many international locations, it's time to explore their backyard.
Sefa and Jessica, NSW
Prepare for plenty of banter from these longtime friends! In the 10 years that they've been pals, Sefa and Jessica have been winding each other non-stop and we can't wait to see their sass on the show.
Both are from a Polynesian background and should they win the cash prize, they want to use it to help their tight-knit families.
Shane and Deb, NSW
This mum and dad haven't had the easiest ride - Shane was diagnosed with prostate cancer and Deb lost her gym due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they're not letting anything stop them!
With Shane's health improving, these two are keen to win the grand prize and bounce back from a tough year.
Skye-Blue and Jake, VIC
Do these siblings have what it takes to win the grand prize?
"I will always push and I will always achieve everything I set my mind to," Skye-Blue, who was born without a left hand, says.
As for Jake, who comes in at a towering 6’5”, he believes his height will be a big asset.