Hit LifeStyle series Selling Houses Australia will mark its 10th season from March.
To mark the occasion Andrew Winter, Shaynna Blaze and Charlie Albone will be renovating a 100 year old home in Sydney the Salvation Army has owned since the 1930s.
The charity has decided to sell the house to raise much-needed funds for their homeless services, with the auction hammer to will fall just days before the episode goes to air.
Season 10 heads to Far North QLD, an island off the SA coast, a dairy farm in rural Victoria and their first property in Tassie.
Andrew Winter says, “What better way of celebrating a TV milestone than giving something back to the community –the Salvation Army is one remarkable charity that does exactly that. The 100th episode is far more than a little celebration; it is a chance for us all to be reminded of the work these guys do, often in very challenging circumstances. The stories, their history and the classic Aussie home we focus on, will not only raise money for the Salvos but it will be a unique and incredible way to celebrate 100 episodes!”
“We’d like to say a huge thank you to Foxtel, Lifestyle and all involved in Production for making a show not only watched here, but in many other countries in the world!
“It’s all because of the incredible support and loyalty of the Aussie viewing public.”
Lifestyle is offering 25 lucky viewers a double-pass to the 100th episode auction in Sydney’s inner west. To enter, head to lifestyle.com.au/sellinghouses. Comp opens on Wednesday 25/01/17 at 9am AEDT.
Wednesday March 1 at 8:30pm on LifeStyle.