This is the ninth season of Nick’s popular adventure contest, again hosted by popular duo Luke and Wyatt.
Filming of the 6×30 minute series will move from its bush location to Sea World on the Gold Coast.
Entries to compete as a contestant close on Friday March 1 so this is your last chance to apply at www.nickelodeon.com.au
“This year is going to be huge,” said Executive Producer and Network Creative Director at Nickelodeon, Kristie Phelan. “For our ninth season, we really wanted to pump up the adrenaline and offer the kids, both at camp and at home, an unforgettable, action packed experience that still featured the Camp Orange elements of mess, adventure and friendship that is at the heart of the series.
“You know what they say, never work with children or animals and this season we’re working with both! It’s going to be crazy ride but we know it’s going to make for hilarious moments both on-screen and behind the scenes.
“This season will again be produced entirely in‐house by the Australian Nickelodeon team and we are all really excited to bring our audience along on a brand new adventure through this much loved series.”
Premiering Tuesday June 25 at 5pm on Nickelodeon exclusively to Foxtel, Camp Orange: Spill Seekers will see the return of ASTRA Award winning comedic combo Luke and Wyatt as they host four teams of brave best friends through a sea of super soaked adrenaline surging challenges that will test wits, bravery, dexterity… and stomaches. Adding to the chaos and comedy, Sea World’s resident animals such as the polar bears and seals will also make a starring appearance in the show.
For the first time in Camp Orange history, the coveted title of Champ Orange will be decided by Aussie and Kiwi kids who are watching all the action at home. This year, viewers can vote on the team that they deem best and fairest to take out the ultimate honour, awarded to the team that best displays the Camp Orange spirit of friendship and fair play. Also for the first time, kids at home will be able to select each night’s Wrong Town Dinners online! Wrong Town dinners are a gross, very ‘wrong’ surprise meal that teams can either choose to eat themselves or pass on to another team and are trademark element of the Camp Orange series. Behind the scenes and other exclusive added content will also be made available online at www.nickelodeon.com.au including the very best audition videos.
Last year’s Camp Orange was a huge hit. Featuring US star of iCarly Jennette McCurdy hosting alongside Luke and Wyatt, Camp Orange: Girls V Boys was the highest rating Camp Orange in Nickelodeon’s history with kids 5-12. Adding to the success of the series, last year Luke and Wyatt took home the 2012 ASTRA Award for Most Outstanding Performance by a Presenter for their starring roles on the 2011 series, Camp Orange: Wrong Town.
Camp Orange: Spill Seekers is produced by Nickelodeon Australia.