The Block

Which of your fave Block contestants are still together?

Did The Block make or break these couples?

By: Philippa Tonkin

Out of the fourteen seasons of The Block Australia, there have been 41 couples (not including the platonic pairs that have graced our screens). Out of this 41, only 3 of the couples have broken up – reasonably good odds if you ask us.

So the question remains is it The Block and its crazy lifestyle that bonds our favourite reality stars together forever or are only the strongest couples chosen to go on the show in the first place?

We've broken it down for you so keep scrolling to find out!

Season one couples:

Adam and Fiona: Still together

After taking home a prize of $256,000, the season one winners wrote their very own renovation book, 'Adam and Fiona's Renos On A Budget: How We Renovated Our Way To The Block' and then started their own interior design and renovation consultancy business, 'Design and Everything'.

Adam noted they got a bit bored working with each other.

"We'd get home and all we'd talk about was work and money!" said Adam.

The pair then decided to pursue separate careers and Fiona, 35, now has a business in the beauty industry, while Adam works for Freedom Kitchens.

Adam and Fiona way back in 2003.

Warren and Gavin: Still together

Warren and Gavin became household names after their time on The Block and so decided to use this fame to start their own interior design business, 'Designer Boys'. Speaking to The Interiors Addict in 2013, Gavin said "we were selected for The Block in 2003 and it literally changed our lives forever".

Paul and Kylie: Still together

15 years on, Paul and Kylie are still together and running their plumbing and maintenance business, 'New Era'.

Phil and Amity: Still together

Phil and Amity loved their time on The Block so much they returned ten years later to star on The Block: All Stars.

From her time on the reality show, Amity even gained a record contract and released a album. The couple renovated their own house in early 2016, documenting the process on their blog 'Doing our Block'.

Phil and Amity after their The Block: All Stars win in 2013.

Season two couples:

Jason and Kirsten: presumably still married

Jason and Kirsten are still presumably married although there's not much out there about this couple of Blockheads. Jason is currently ruling the business world; he is the managing partner and founder of Johnson, which he launched in 2015 after he left CT Partners Executive Search.

Andrew and Jamie: married with kids

After their time on The Block, Andrew's profile increased dramatically and has since become one of Australia's most recognisable faces. Shortly after their win, he was offered a position with the What's Good For You team and joined the television program in 2006.

Since then, he has gone onto appear on and host numerous programs such as The Project, Studio 10, Breakfast on Channel 10, The Living Room, Channel 7's National Medical Editor and now hosts Pointless on Channel 10.

It seems Dr Andrew Rochford has now made friends with another famous reality star. Source: Instagram @drandrewrochford

Matt and Jane: Presumably still married

This couple got married while filming on The Block and are presumably still together. Matt now runs his own development firm, 'The Martino Group'.

Steven and Richard: Broken up

Steven and Richard have sadly broken up with Steven now living in Auckland, where he is an art finisher at Pacific Renaissance whilst Richard reportedly lives in New York

Season three couples:

John and Niesha: still together

The season three winners are still together and have two children, living in a large 5 bedroom home in Illawong, a suburb in southern Sydney

John and Neisha won $305, 000 for winning The Block.

Erin and Jake: married

Erin and Jake are happily married with children.

Erin is an interior stylist and part-time sports dietitian and runs her own brand, 'Erin Michael'. In May 2014, they put their Coogee apartment up for sale with a $600k asking price to buy a bigger place to better accommodate their 7 month old son.

Chez and Brenton: still together

In 2012, Chez announced she was pregnant with the couple's first child and they are presumably still together.

Season four couples:

Josh and Jenna: Still together

Who can forget the couple that got engaged on auction day? The couple are still together and parents to one year old girl, Freddie. Jenna went onto study interior design and decoration and launched
Bicker Design in 2011 and Design School in 2016.

Polly and Waz: still together

The underdogs who somehow won the fourth season of The Block, are still together and in October 2017 welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Scotland. Scotland is brother to Hudson, born in March 2016.

Rod and Tania: still together

The childhood sweethearts are still together and raising their two boys. Their Twitter bio pretty much sums up their life right now, "Contestants on The Block 2011 Fanatical Renovators, Business Owners, Love AFL, Love Sport, Adore our 2 Boys".

Together they run Rod's sheet metal business in Warragul, Victoria. Rodney handles the metal while Tania takes care of the accounts.

Season five couples:

Dale and Sophie: still together

Dale and Sophie are still married, raising their two young children – Sophie is currently pregnant with their third. Dale continues to run his business D.Vine Scapes, has become a presenter on TV show ManSpace and ambassador for CAT Australia. Sophie launched Vine of the Wild in 2015, an online store that collaborates with Australian designers to producer natural products for children.

Brad and Lara: still together

After winning The Block, the couple did what any young Aussie couple would do – they bought a pub. They have now relocated to Byron Bay and are raising their little boy, Harry, who was born in February 2016.

Dan and Dani: Still together

Dan and Dani are currently engaged and only recently celebrated with an engagement party. Dan is back on The Block this season as the 'ForeDan', assisting foreman Keith. Dani launched a blog called 'Basic Habitat' and hosts Healthy Homes TV.

The couple also launched a design business called Red Door Project.

Season six was an All-Star season so all couples have already been discussed.

Season seven couples:

Matt and Kim: married

Kim has returned to her job as a primary school teacher but Matt capitalised on his popularity from the show and launched Nood Co, a concrete rendering company and independent design consultancy business, working on over 13 projects in the intervening years. They even got their own TV show for Channel 9 in Perth, Matt and Kim to the Rescue.

The show sees the couple 'come to the rescue' to help out a family in need, calling on donors to help re-design their home, and help overhaul their life.

Bec and George: still together

Bec and George are still together and are now parents to two boys, Archie and Lenny. Since leaving the show, they went on to renovate their own home as well as start a building and design business, Nectar.

Bec and George pose for their official The Block photos.

Madi and Jarrod: Broken up

Despite denying break-up rumours for months, the winning couple got divorced after their time on the show.

Jarrod, a northern beaches site foreman, has continued on the home renovations path as a carpenter and furniture maker and got engaged to his new partner in February this year.

Madi remarried in October 2015 and gave birth to a daughter in July 2017.

Johnno and Trixie: still together

The lovable battlers from season 7 are presumably still married, raising their children in Queensland.

Season eight couples:

Steve and Chantelle: Broken up

Just like the season before them, only 14 months following the end of the series the winning Victorian couple took to Facebook to share the news they were going their separate ways.

Chantelle now owns Australian headwear label Ford Millinery whilst Steve still works as a chimney sweep but likes to share his #fitspo lifestyle on his Instagram page.

Steve, before and after.

Kyal and Kara: still together

Kyal and Kara are still together and living their best lives on the NSW Central Coast.

The couple welcomed their second baby earlier this year and love sharing their life with their 200k + followers on Instagram.

The now full-time renovators regularly appear on Channel 10's The Living Room, run a successful design and construction business, and also have their own website.

Season nine couples:

Michael and Carlene: Still together

Hearts broke around the nation when this couple only made 10 grand after their time on The Block. Michael and Carlene didn't let this get them down though and have since launched a business, Cedar and Suede - a home renovation, design and styling consultancy service.

They also host Ready Set Reno and Open Homes on 9Life.

Chris and Jenna: Still together

The couple welcomed their first child together in June 2015 and according to their joint Instagram page bio, they are "Christians. Renovates. Kitchen Designers. Parents".

Max and Karstan: Still together

Karstan's urge to pursue a creative career lead to the birth of their new biz, Poppy Smith Design, which produces homeware pieces however nothing has been posted on the business' Instagram page since 2015 so it's unsure whether it is still going strong or not. According to their joint Instagram, the couple still have reno fever – Karstan even started his carpentry apprenticeship in May last year.

Darren and Deanne: still together

The season nine winners are still happily married, raising two daughters, and even launched their own business, D+D Home. Deanne also co-hosts Open Homes Australia.

Season ten couples:

Josh and Charlotte: still together

Josh and Charlotte are still together and even got engaged in November last year. After her time on The Block, Charlotte returned to normal life and completed a Masters in Teaching (Primary) whilst Josh now runs JTDC, a Sydney based company that specialises in residential and commercial builds.

Tim and Anastasia: Still together

These contestants from The Block: Triple Threat now run and own a design and construction business 'T&A Design and Construct'. The company offers a range of services including initial consultation, preliminary designs, working drawings, engineering, council applications and more.

Ayden and Jess: still together

Ayden and Jess now have two kids but like most of the other contestants that have gone on the reality series, the duo have not put down their tools and are currently building their own home. They are also ambassadors for Highgrove bathrooms and furniture one.

Season eleven couples:

Kingi and Caro: still together

Despite these Block favourites not winning the series, this couple took the judges advice and went on to start their own business, KCT Creative Rendering. And only 5 days ago, Caro launched Ivy & Pau, a fashion brand creating stylish wire headbands designed to make dirty hair stylish one messy bun at a time – yes please!

The couple also welcomed baby number 2 in mid-November, Hendrix Pau.

Andrew and Whitney: broken up

After a very tumultuous journey on the reality show, the couple who had met on Tinder two years earlier decided to go their separate ways. Whitney is now a cosmetic tattooist.

Dean and Shay: still together

The winning team from season 11 are still together and love to travel and share their adventures on their blog, The Gathering Folk. They also recently welcomed baby boy Vinnie Clifford, to join bigger sister Everly.

Dean and Shay made a total profit of $755,000!

Season twelve couples:

William and Karlie: still together

The couple (who have just returned from a Europe holiday) got married in April last year, enjoying a beautiful Byron Bay wedding. They've been sharing their renovation progress with their 26k+ followers.

Dan and Carleen: still together

Despite living in different areas of Western Australia, the reality TV couple denied rumours that that they were separated and are, in fact, still together.

Julie and Sasha: still together

Currently living in Seattle, the pair are working in property development. They also finished renovating a new home, which they dubbed Little Willow.

Julie and Sasha are still together.

Chris and Kim: still together

When they're not caravanning around Australia with their two children and sharing the journey with us all via their blog, 'Adventures of Kim and Chris', Kim is a school vice-principal and Chris, a police officer.

Season thirteen couples:

Jason and Sarah: still together

The couple who have been together for over 25 years are still going strong. Unlike the other contestants, both Jason and Sarah returned to their day jobs after the show; Jason is a plumber whilst Sarah is a nurse.

Clint and Hannah: still together

Hannah and Clint are still going strong, raising their two children in Melbourne. Hannah is currently 5 months pregnant and is sharing her amazing pregnancy style via Instagram. Clint, an ex NRL player, still works in property sales.

Georgia and Ronnie: still together

Georgia and Ronnie have signed with Channel 9 and have been brought on to share their love for renovating. On social media, they share their renovating and family lifestyle.

Elyse and Josh: still together

Elyse Knowles, probably one of the most well-known Blockheads, is still modelling and her career has been on the rise since her appearance on The Block last year. Josh has been supporting her every step of the way and has returned to his life pre-The Block, working as a carpenter.