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Hunter Valley’s natural beauty showcased in Adventure All Stars episode


The Hunter Valley is set to be showcased in all its glory when Australia’s only socially conscious TV travel show airs next week.

Earlier this year, the cast and crew of Adventure All Stars spent time in Newcastle, partaking in hot air ballooning, skydiving, jet boating, surfing, paintballing and much more.

Now, that episode will screen from 8pm on 7Plus on Monday 21 November.

Adventure All Stars, which features celebrity guests such as Frankie J. Holden, Australian Survivor fan favourite Steve Khouw and Outback Truckers star Danyelle Haigh, is travel show with a difference.

Prior to the start of filming, all cast members raised funds for Australian charities, with the second season of the series generating close to $1.2 million.

And, their reward was the trip-of-a-lifetime, via a spot on the program.

“Our unique philanthropic model is what really sets our television show apart,” Adventure All Stars executive producer Troy Gray said.

“All our cast waive an appearance fee and, in turn, commit to raising funds for charity and giving back to communities across Australia.

“Let’s not forget that Adventure All Stars is a travel series, too, which highlights incredible destinations to a global audience via our international broadcast partners.

“And, it’s all filmed and presented as socially positive, harmonious and visually spectacular television content.

“We had a great time [filming] in the Hunter back in February.

“Some of the people on the set had never been there before – and didn’t realise how beautiful it was.”

The second season of Adventure All Stars will also focus on breathtaking locations across Australia including Queensland’s Fraser Coast, New South Wales’ Snowy Mountains, Western Australia’s Margaret River, Tasmania’s Coles Bay, South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, Victoria’s Gippsland region and Darwin in the Northern Territory.

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