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I'm a Celebrity is an iconic fixture in the British winter calendar. Seeing celebrities leave all their luxuries behind and share a dunny together in the Aussie bush has helped Brits get over the summer months ending for nearly 20 years.
So where exactly is that?
The famous camp where celebrities compete to become Jungle King or Queen isn't actually as "in the middle of nowhere" as you may have thought.
The set for the hit ITV series is based in Springbrook National Park on the border between New South Wales, and Queensland and around 45km south-west of the Gold Coast.
Don't get us wrong, it's still pretty remote; the national park is a good 50-minute drive away from the nearest town of Murwillumbah.
The UNESCO World Heritage site is a 15,310-acre space which forms part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. It's home to many protected species as well as breathtaking geological features surrounding several shield volcano craters.
The area attracts thousands of tourists each year - and dare we say there's some I'm a Celebrity fans included in that number hoping to get a look at the set.
To find the location of the camp, head to Google Maps and search for 'I'm a celebrity studio, NSW, Australia,' and that will take you straight over it.
There's not a lot to see unfortunately, as it looks like the Google Maps driver didn't venture beyond the doors with the cameras. But you can see the driveway the contestants' loved ones arrive on to greet them from the jungle.
It was thought that the fresh campmates would be flown off to Australia this year, after 2020's series had to be filmed in Wales due to COVID-19.
However, it's now been decided that the show will return to Wales in 2021, due to Australia's strict travel requirements in response to the virus.
Featured Image Credit: ITV/Google Maps
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