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Meet the six teams competing on Dream Home in 2024

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These six duos have just been handed a once-in-a-lifetime gift: the total renovation of their rundown houses, thanks to new reality show Dream Home. But there’s one small catch: the renovations will be carried out by the other duos in the series.  

Guided by host Dr Chris Brown, these teams will be pushed to the test to win a cash prize of $100,000 and their ‘dream’ home.

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The renovation series airs May 26, 2024. Continue scrolling to read more about the teams competing on Dream Home in 2024.

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Jordan & Jacinta

Jordan and Jacinta’s suburban Sydney home is so rundown that the couple and their two young daughters, Amelia and Olivia, have been living in Jacinta’s grandparents’ granny flat. On Dream Home, Jacinta will be coming up with the “wild ideas”, while Jordan, an accountant, will make sure they stay within budget.

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Lara & Peter

Wedding florist Lara and electrician Peter often work seven days a week, missing out on time with their children, Leo and Mia, but they still haven’t been able to afford to renovate. They dream of turning their 1960s red-brick Sydney house into an open-plan space where they can entertain family and friends.

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Liam & Rhys

Carpenter Liam has already spent years helping his older brother, Rhys, a tiler, renovate his home. Now Rhys wants to return the favour through Dream Home. Liam and partner Shennyn, parents to one-year-old Remi, live in a 1970s home in Queensland that they’d love to turn into an “entertainment paradise”.

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Taeler & Elle

These sisters have a huge advantage: Taeler is an architect and professional house flipper. She’s doing Dream Home to help out Elle, an HR adviser, who bought a dated 1960s Melbourne house with boyfriend Brody. Elle says the renovation will mean she and Brody “can plan a wedding [and] we can have kids”.

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Hannah & Jonny

Parents to baby twins Goldie and Theodore, this Brisbane couple love their 1950s weatherboard home but have run out of time and money to finish renovating it. Hannah, a digital marketer, and Jonny, a DJ and emcee, want to get rid of the flaking lead paint and other dangers before their twins start walking.

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Brad & Mel

This Victorian couple and their four kids, ages 12 to 18, are currently crammed into a three-bedroom, one-bathroom 1920s house. Brad, a musician, and Mel, a shopping centre delivery manager, say a renovation would transform their lives from “chaos to calm”. With no renovating experience, they’re keen to learn.

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