Tamara and Rhys
Brisbane couple Tamara, 28, and Rhys, 29, prove opposites do attract. “ My calm nature and level head helps to balance stress whilst Tamara has supreme organisational skills and lots of experience in negotiating,” says Rhys.
Tanya and Dave
Perth couple Tamara, 38 and Dave, 36 are happily married with three kids. “Tanya and I work well together, and I’ll be able to keep an eye on the budget,” says Dave.
Susan and Anthony
Husband and wife cheerleaders Susan and Anthony irst met through a mutual friend ten years ago and are hoping their total lack of renovation experience will be made up for with plenty of enthusiasm and energy.
Lath and George
Laith, 29, and George, 30, still live at home with their parents but agree they should fly the nest. “We both still live at home, me with my parents and George with his parents,” confirms Laith. “I think you could say we are like brothers from different mothers, but its time to move out.”
Kayne and Aimee
Plumbers Kayne, 37, and Aimee, 26, are the first tradie couple in HOUSE RULES history. “I’m pretty honoured to be the first lady tradie on the show,” Aimee said. “I want to show everyone that we can give it a crack just as much as the fellas.”
Lenore and Bradley
Bradley, 31, is super close to his mum, Lenore, 55, and feels entering HOUSE RULES: HIGH STAKES is his way of giving back.
Kimmy and Rhi
Tasmanian identical twins Kimmy and Rhi, 31 think their ‘twin-tuition’ will give them the winning edge.
Carly and Andrew
Husband and wife team Carly and Andrew think they’ve got a shot at winning. “I believe I have an eye for interior design and I have a passion and desire for dressing up homes and showcasing them,” says Carly, whilst Andrew says his construction knowledge through his trade skills.