Ollie became the first Islander to be eliminated in season five after failing to connect with anyone in the Villa. Although he and Kirra kept up a platonic friendship, her last-minute decision to give Reid a chance saw Ollie sent home.
"I was not expecting it," Ollie told WHO. "Kirra definitely took me by surprise and when we got told about the recoupling I thought I was pretty safe until Reid sort of said his piece. He whispered sweet nothings into her ear and corrupted her, so I thought I was safe up until about two or three hours before the actual firepit."
Unfortunately for Kirra, Reid quickly moved on with bombshell Abby and she was left single during the following recoupling ceremony. In the end, the final decision came down to Nate, who had to choose between his good friend Kirra and his struggling relationship with Tia. Ultimately, he chose to give Tia another chance, and Kirra became the second contestant to be eliminated from Love Island Australia.
As one of the OG Islanders, Ben had a pretty solid start to the season, remaining in a comfortable position with Tyra since the first coupling ceremony. But Love Island is never smooth sailing, with bombshell intruder Aidan setting his eyes on Tyra, leaving Ben single and eliminated.
As one of the newest bombshells, Ryan's time was short but memorable. Setting his eyes on Lucinda, Ryan took his shot, but at the end of the day Lucinda and Zac's relationship was stronger and he became the latest to be eliminated.
As one of the original islanders, Tia has had a bumpy journey in the Villa, exploring relationships with Trent and Nate. In the end, she used her coupling ceremony choice to save Zac from elimination but unfortunately was eliminated by the Islanders alongside Ryan.
It seemed like Kale and Nakia were in it for the long run but new bombshell Andy saw the relationship fall apart. Despite Kale and Nakia becoming one of the strongest couples in the show and promising each other they would leave the villa together, Nakia was keen on exploring her spark with Andy - which led to Kale getting eliminated.
Although he wasn't away from the Villa for long...Read all about Kale's shock comeback, here.
Abby & Seb
A shock double elimination saw the fan-favourite Islanders choose who they would send home. After some tough discussions, they believed Abby and Seb's time in the Villa was set to end and thus they became the latest to leave.
Love Island sure was in it's Villa era, when all three singles; Trent, Tasia and Savanah were up for elimination. The twist? Trent had the power to choose which girl was sent home, or, leave the villa himself.
Ultimately, he chose to explore his on-again-off-again relationship with Sav, meaning Tasia after just a few days in the villa, was the latest to be eliminated.
OG Islander Trent was brutally dumped from the Villa after the islanders were forced to choose between him and Nakia.
It wasn't a complete surprise to the 25-year-old who told WHO he was expecting the elimination. "My time was up," he explains. "I had exhausted all my options and connections in the villa, so I knew that it was my time to go."
Despite being one of the more contentious contestants this season, Trent admits audiences saw the real him during his time on the show and whilst he may have been divisive, he's adamant he was just being himself.
"I think what you see is what you get," he explains. "I was being myself and a lot of people don't agree with that."
A few months on from the experience, Trent reveals he's still close with the cast - especially Zac, who he now lives with, and Sav who he speaks with "every day."
Although he admits he's "never been more single in my life" since wrapping the show, this hopefully isn't the end of the reality TV road for the Victorian who would love to have another shot at love. But for now, he's busy working on opportunities with Zac for the next year which may include a podcast since they're "pretty good at taking s**t together."
"At the moment, I'm just back to normal everyday life, back to working on the cranes...but hopefully, a few opportunities arise and I can maybe get out of the out of the crane seat.