The much-hyped Celebrity Edition of The Amazing Race Australia is set to premiere on Channel 10 on Wednesday, October 4 at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play.
The upcoming series will once again be hosted by Beau Ryan and will feature a star-studded cast of contestants including media personality Grant Denyer, 46, and his wife Chezzi, 43.
The couple will be racing against 10 other teams across India, Malaysia, Cambodia, and Borneo, with hopes of winning $100,000 to be donated to their chosen charity.
The high-profile pair have selected mental health charity Lifeline Australia.
Also joining the cast is former Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins and her sister Hayley.
The Celebrity Edition of The Amazing Race Australia hosted by Beau Ryan (pictured) is set to premiere on Channel 10 on Wednesday, 4 October at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play
Emma, who launched a new children’s entertainment franchise last year featuring her character ‘Emma Memma’ will be racing on behalf of the Leonie Jackson Memorial Fund.
The charity focuses on the support of education and services for deaf and hard of hearing children.
Former Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies, is also in the race this season, who will be joined by his wife, former Real Housewives of Melbourne star Jackie Gillies.
Grant Denyer, 46, and his wife Chezzi Denyer, 43 (both pictured) will be racing against 10 other teams of celebrities in the series
The pair, who are parents to two boys, will be out to win on behalf of the the Moira Kelly Creating Hope Foundation, a charity for needy and sick children.
Meanwhile, Bec Judd and her sister Kate Twigley have joined the real-life adventure series.
The glamorous wife of former AFL star Chris Judd and her sibling will be racing on behalf of a foundation set up by their dear friend Nicole Cooper, who lost her battle with bowel cancer earlier this year.
WAG Bec Judd (left) and her sister Kate Twigley (right) will be racing on behalf of a foundation set up by their dear friend Nicole Cooper, who lost her battle with bowel cancer earlier this year
Reality-show regular, George Mladenov is also competing alongside his sister Pamela Mladenov.
George, who has appeared in two seasons of Survivor, has announced he and his younger sibling will be raising money for the Blacktown Women’s Health Centre in Sydney’s west.
Other featured cast members include I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! Australia star Alli Simpson and her mum Angie who are racing for Dementia Australia.
Amazing Race cast members Emma Watkins (left) and her sister, Hayley (right) will be racing on behalf of the Leonie Jackson Memorial Fund
Comedian Dan Simpson and his dad Bow, meanwhile, are raising money for the Darugal Elders in Wolgan.
Funnyman Peter Rowsthorn and his daughter Frankie, will be competing for the All Stars for Autism Charity, while Too Hot to Handle star Harry Jowsey and his best mate Teddy Briggs are setting out to support Beyond Blue.
Darren McMullen from The Voice and his nephew Tristan Douganfor will also be racing this season, raising money for Feel the Magic, an organisation that gives support to kids who have lost their parents.
This year’s celebrity edition will also include former Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies (left), who will be joined by his wife, former Real Housewives of Melbourne star Jackie Gillies (right)