After perfecting a hip-hop routine during their second challenge, the teams raced towards their final task, with each duo testing their memory with a race recap gallery.
Following an intense race to the finish, TV personality Darren McMullen and his nephew Tristan Dougan were the first to arrive at the final pitstop.
Despite arriving first, the pair made the heartwarming decision to wait for sisters Emma and Hayley Watkins and mother-daughter duo Alli and Angie Simpson to arrive, with the final three pairs stepping on the mat together to each claim a portion of the $100,000 prize money for their chosen charity.
"Listen, it was our decision... We didn't want to step on the carpet without everyone here. We don't want to take first... We want to wait for all of you and do it together because we think that we all deserve something for our charities," Darren told Emma and Hayley, adding, "We couldn't take this [win]. We've all worked so hard on this."
After waiting for Alli and Angie to arrive, the final three pairs stepped on the mat together, with host Beau Ryan crowning all of the final three teams as the winners of The Amazing Race Australia 2023.