There are 40 gorgeous girls and five handsome farmers looking for love on this year's season of Farmer Wants A Wife, but one of the other beautiful standout characters on the reality TV program is the stunning property that serves as the base for the show's meet and greets.
It's the place where the contestants first meet their respective farmers - and each other - and it's where they reconvene throughout the season.
That jaw-dropping location is The Convent in the Hunter Valley, in New South Wales.
The sprawling boutique hotel, which is a hugely popular wedding venue, has a "European luxe meets Hamptons Long Island vibe" and features hotel accommodation and several high end restaurants, set amongst beautifully manicured gardens and vineyard.
There is also a private retreat on site with a private tennis court and a pool.
The property features gorgeous traditional architecture, with French doors and windows, a sprawling driveway and old school interior details including chandelier lights and antique furniture.
The venue is also used for conferences and events, with many large open spaces available for use.
Farmer Wants A Wife has been labelled as the world's most successful dating show, with 99 couples and more than 200 babies born from the show around the globe.
This season, which is again hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski, the five farmers each have eight beautiful women to choose from.
Channel Seven will be hoping to replicate that incredible track record in 2020 - so will these five blokes manage to find The One?
You'll have to tune in to find out.
Farmer Wants A Wife airs on Sunday nights at 7pm and Monday nights at 7.30pm on Channel Seven.
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