Special episode highlighting extraordinary transformations over the previous five seasons of Biggest Loser Australia. Take a walk down memory lane with all your old favourites.
In episode 1 we are introduced to the four competing families - The Challenors, Moons, Westrens and the Duncans. Each team is allocated a coach - Shannon, Michelle, The Commando and the newest addition Tiffiny Hall. The trainers each spend a week with their allocated families, living and eating exactly as their families do, with some undesirable results.
The families survive a public weigh-in, in front of their family and friends. Hayley Lewis then welcomes the families at Camp Biggest Loser, after which they experience their first training session.
The episode begins with the trainers weighing in, showing the consequences of the week they spent living hard with each of their families. Michelle demonstrates the experience of actually carrying 165kgs of excess. The families also learn their bio-ages and face their first big physical challenge.
The teams face the prospect that after the previous challenge, one of them has to face the coming week without a trainer. The families pull train carriages in this week's big team competition.
We find out who wins the train-pull challenge, and after a very interesting weigh-in, two families remain below the yellow line. Who will go home, and who will make the decision? Find out in this episode.
The teams face their first temptation challenge. One of the teams is caught out in a lie as the consequences of elimination and temptation come back to bite all competitors. One of the contestants faces one of the biggest decisions of their life.
A big financial decision is waiting to be made.Then we have the first family sized weigh-in, and a battle of strength gives serious power to one of the families.
The episode opens with the final minutes of the "Curl" challenge. The fallout hits one team very hard. Then it's time for a workout, some clever food planning, and after that, the second major physical challenge.
The epic battle continues as the families work to complete 6000 steps apiece. The individual weigh-in brings up emotions for many, and leaves two families below the line. Two people are once again up for elimination. Who will get a reprieve?
The fury resulting from the elimination decision is felt throughout the house. Then it's a whopper of a temptation challenge, with a huge reward up for grabs.
The mid-week family weigh-ins happen, with a biggest losing family ranking upset. Then a contest of knowledge and endurance highlights some unexpected individual strengths.
The Commando snaps again, driving his girls face first into the mud. Then it's a test of strength, endurance and knowledge. Who can hold out the longest? Next families dig deep to win letters from home.
The run for the ton continues, followed by a weigh-in and a shock elimination that sends ripples to all corners.
The elimination causes an eruption, then a shock return to the weigh-in room brings yet another new twist. Also, we learn more about the trainers' experiences when they lived with their families.
The 3 vs 1 contest ramps up, before Joe takes on the rest of the families in a Super-Contest - the winner of which earns the power to bring back an eliminated contestant!
The Super Contest concludes in a sprint for super power, then a previously eliminated player is returned to the game. A contestant learns more about nutrition and the honesty needed around what is REALLY consumed. Then the 3vs1 competition continues, with a race to win a 1kilo per person weight advantage into the next weigh-in.
The water bottle contest concludes, delivering a significant weight advantage in the 3vs1 competition. During last chance training, two of the players in particular feel the pressure of upcoming possible elimination, and then it's time for the latest weigh-in.
Once again Joe's on the firing line - but would that be any different if he had made a different decision at elimination?
The teams face a chocolate temptation, and the show has upped the ante with the ensuing individual reward. Who will partake?
It's time for family weigh-in again - which family will win the power over this week's contest?
Historic North Sydney Pool is the location of this week's contest for a set of watery challenges - and one of the trainers gets very wet!
The North Sydney Pool contest is completed, and the winning team decides which family will receive a one kilo weight disadvantage.
Emma and Meg renew their bond as twins, with a sincere apology paving the way.
This week's major challenge is the messiest yet - a very long and muddy one!
More internal strife in the red team as Nathaniel begins to stand up for himself. Then it's time for the weekly weigh-in, and elimination number 5.
Four new arrivals cause a big stir at Camp Biggest Loser, sending inspiration and motivation to all corners of the house.
It's time again for the mid-week family weigh-in. Who's pulling their weight on the outside?
And then it's the weekly contest - over 3 knockout rounds, four Biggest Loser Legends are tested for Strength, Knowledge and Endurance.
The contest concludes, and Heartbreak Hill returns for a killer Super Challenge to test the mettle of all contestants.
Who will avoid the last place penalty at Heartbreak Hill?
Then, it's time for a weigh-in, which unearths a few home truths from within the Black team. After that it's elimination #6.
This week's high calorie temptation, brings the scary news that dodging elimination won't be so easy this week, with only one immunity up for grabs, but two eliminations on the horizon!
Also, watch as the Commando simplifies the lifestyle of his black team.
Special guests arrive for the family weigh-in. Which family will top the leader board and decide who the champions will be for the next contest?
Damien makes an emotional breakthrough in today's training session with Michelle.
And a woodcutting contest will determine who'll have the power in this week's super-challenge.
The woodcutting contest concludes, and (after some more training sessions), this week's major challenge begins, pushing the champions to their limits. High stakes this week, with someone from the losing family to be eliminated from the show - this week's extra elimination!
The obstacle course time-trial super challenge concludes, and the winning team decides who will be eliminated from the team who came last. Will the time advantage from the previous contest affect the outcome of this challenge?
Last chance training is next, and then it's time for a weigh-in to determine the second elimination for this week (weekly elimination #7 overall).
Once again Joe is in the firing line from the other teams, and tensions run high.
How much fat have the contestants lost collectively? Find out in this episode.
Then it's the Pyramid of Fitness, a super contest designed to decide who is the fittest contestant in the game - to be crowned the Biggest Loser's Ultimate Athlete.
The Pyramid of Fitness concludes - who will be the ultimate athlete?
Temptation this week is a memory game with a chocolate chip cookie calorie penalty and immunity on the line. Who will partake, and how many calories will it take for immunity to be won this week?
Then it's the weekly contest - and from now on, only the top four weigh-in contestants can compete. The theme this week is knowledge, and the prize is a 2kg advantage to be shared with one other player of the winner's choice.
The red team cop a punishing workout from Michelle this episode, while the rest of the contestants head to the beach for a fun workout with Olympic volleyball champions Kerri Pottharst and Natalie Cook.
Later the contestants participate in a triathlon for this weeks Challenge (kayaks, bikes and cars - with a twist), with family members watching the race from a cruiser on the harbour. The prize is a night with loved ones at Cockatoo Island. Next episode we find out the winner!
The triathlon concludes, with the winning contestant spending a night at Cockatoo Island with a loved one.
It's time for the first weigh-in as singles, and all contestants have to carry themselves over the yellow line from now on. The weight advantage from the earlier contest - given to the winner and a contestant of their choosing - have a big influence over the weigh-in results and consequential elimination.
This week is officially Immunity Week! Eight players remain, four immunities are up for grabs this week and after those, there are only two places above the yellow line.
The first immunity for the week is a temptation challenge - contestants are in lockdown for 24 hours straight, with new food temptations arriving every hour. The most calories consumed by the end of the 24 hours will win an immunity. Who will partake and how far are they willing to go to win?
A surprise weigh-in awards the second immunity for the week, after which Meg & Sarah experience some seriously intense one-on-one training.
Later the contest begins, and the two contestants who already have immunity stand back to watch. This contest is all about endurance - six champions, and only one immunity to win. The episode concludes with two champions remaining - we'll find out the winner in the next episode!
The uphill contest concludes, with immunity number 3 the prize.
The Commando shows his girls how far they've really come, Megan makes important promises to Tiffiny, and Sharlene finds out how powerful the mind can really be.
Then it's time for this week's Challenge - situated at the beach, the contestants without immunity compete for the final prize of the week - Immunity #4.
This week's weigh-in sees 4 people holding immunity, and only two more places left above the yellow line. Who will face elimination? Will anyone be stripped of their immunity due to weight gain?
It's temptation time again - and the arrival of an ice cream truck seriously tests the contestants. With immunity up for grabs, who will resist the urge?
The contestants visit a climbing centre for a training session with a height difference and are forced to overcome some personal barriers in the process.
For the first time in Biggest Loser AU history, Michelle offers a helping hand to a previously eliminated contestant who has been struggling on the outside - Greg is back in the house for a week of serious training and learning how to manage his weight loss.
And finally, the contestants discover they have made it to makeover time!
It's makeover time! Pampering, transforming, restyling - the makeover special will amaze the contestants when they discover their new looks and show themselves off on the catwalk.
The catwalk continues, and someone goes on a surprise binge afterwards. Then Greg rages against Michelle in the boxing ring.
Finally, the major challenge of the week starts, an extreme ladder climb with a 1kg weight advantage (and a world record) up for grabs.
Who will win the extreme climb? Will they break the world record? Two contestants remain to answer these questions.
Then it's time for weigh-in, with some contestants quite surprised at their weight loss results. A tough elimination follows, with hard decisions needing to be made.
The six remaining contestants see earlier footage of themselves and leave the past behind. Hayley tells them all that they'll all be sailing from Sydney to Hobart, and then they get down to it, racing to a new life.
The sailing trip from Sydney to Hobart crosses waters treacherous and calm, as the contestants experience a transformative journey from one life to the next.
Contestants complete the trip to Hobart, then start a momentous super challenge - kayaking, stair running, 64m abseiling, cycling, then a foot race up Mount Wellington in tough weather conditions, to then choose the lowest calorie food item. Who will back down in the face of their ultimate fears? Who will be eliminated at the end of the challenge?
The Hobart super challenge concludes, and one player is eliminated.
Then it's back to the house, for the last chance training and the usual weekly elimination. Who will be below the yellow line? Nobody is immune this week, so who will be eliminated?
This episode the trainers are away on a "Secret Squirrel" mission and the four remaining contestants are told they all have immunity this week. What could this all mean?
Meanwhile the previously eliminated contestants all have a progress check and weigh-in in front of their family and friends, and an exciting surprise announcement is made.
Four reinstated contestants duke it out in a basketball thieving frenzy, knowing that the lowest scoring player will be eliminated. Who will crack under the pressure?
The basketball challenge concludes with its final round, and someone is sent home from the four returned contestants, leaving three to duke it out.
Then it's time for weigh-in, and someone is stripped of immunity. The two contestants below the yellow line have to go head-to-head in a three round contest to decide who goes home.
Time for Dr Swan to update the contestants' bio ages. How far has the clock turned back for them?
It's time to try on dream outfits! The final five contestants then journey back, carrying their old weight over the sand dunes and finally across the finish line, where they dump it and swear never to return to their old selves.
It's time to turn the tables, as the trainers become the trained. The Commando takes his shirt off for his workout (enjoy that one ladies!), and all four trainers cop it big time, but none of them are broken. After this the trainers also have to endure a fitness test with an amusing twist!
Then one contestant finally faces a fear, while the other four are pitted in a footrace against a race car team. Can the losers run 5km across country while the car travels 50km, and beat it to the finish line?
The final Last Chance Training, the final weigh-in and consequential elimination have never been so important.
Who will be in the Final Four?
Three months have passed since four families entered Camp Biggest Loser with a quest to lose excess kilograms and improve their lives. Now it's time to discover who has won the title of Biggest Loser Australia 2011, and to bear witness to all of the amazing transformations.
The contestants take to the scales for the last time as they take part in the Final Weigh In.
The series begins as the teams board a bus. They think they are heading towards the the Biggest Loser House but are instead informed they're about to make a public promise to themselves and one onother.
It's time for the weigh in and it is one of the most emotional and powerful weigh-ins in the show's history, with some children weighing in even heavier than their parents.
Hayley pays the house a surprise visit and reveals that if the seven family couples can lose a combined total of 100kg this week, nobody will be eliminated from the show.
The weigh-in is looming and everyone is wondering who has put in the hard work and who hasn't in order to reach the 100kg target. A twist is announced though.
A new element is revealed during tonight's show. The biggest losing team of the week will have power over the game and the element.
Back at the house, the heavy-weights are finding it hard to deal with the training regime and the trainers are not pleased.
It'st ime for the weigh in and Hayley ends up dropping a bombshell that will change the elimination process this week.
The Sydney Kings pay the house a visit to try and help the contestants lose those extra calories.
The winners of The Fridge are joined by some of their family members for a pre-challenge training session.
It is time for another weigh-in and the next elimination. In a show first, there is a change in the elimination process that will rock the constestants, judges and cause friction.
Margie Cummings shows up at the house to surprise Michelle. The power of 'The Fridge,' will affect the weigh-in with a mid-week surprise.
The contestants ahve to complete one of the world's toughest obstacle courses, the Spartan Race. The winning team will earn a one kilo advantage.
The final chance training heats up, particularly for the teams who now carry a half kilo penalty into the weigh-in. There is a very emotional elimination with the votes are going down to the wire.
It's parents versus the children week as the contestants continue to battle it out. They will compete as two teams until the next weigh-in.
With immunity available for the team who eats the most calories, pacts end up being broken and temptations are tested.
There is mome last minute training and the parents are concerned that their children haven't done enough.
Everybody heads into the first training session of the week. The Fridge poses a twist in the game by offering a reward.
Relationships end up being tested as a contestant opens up to Michelle that their loved one isn't pulling their weight and they're fed up with it.
It is elimination time once again and the teams are torn between voting with their heads or voting with their hearts.
The teams take part in the latest training session and it's time to step up the competition. Everybodye is called for a huge session at Homebush Bay where they have to pull two Mack Trucks down the road.
Having spent six weeks living in the house, it's easy to get wrapped up in the game and lose focus. Michelle and Commando deice to hold a special training session with the Sydney Swans to keep everyone on track.
Three eliminated teams battle it out to be one of the two teams to re-enter the competition. The teams step onto the scales and a couple of teams' alliances become closer than ever.
The final six teams are now in place and Hayley reveals the overall leader board and who has the highest weight loss percentage since the start of the competition.
The teams battle it out for a chance to win immunity. They see their former selves as cardboard cut outs and emotions run high as they see how lifeless, obese and unhappy they used to be.
As the teams take part in last chance training the trainers push them to their limits. At the weekly weigh in there are a few shocks.
The contestants pay a visit to a hair salon in Surry Hills where Australia's Hairdresser of the Year, Joey Scandizzo, his team are all on hand to give the teams a makeover.
The contestants take to the catwalk in front of their family, friends and a hologram of their former selves.
Last chance training has never been so important. With a half kilo penalty, one team trains so hard they end up making themselves ill.
A horn sounding in the living room wakes up the teams and they discover a group of Maori performers doing the Haka. They then learn that they're off to Queenstown, New Zealand to take part in Fears Week!
The Nevis Swing continues, with one of contestants refusing to go through with the challenge. Their team will incur a minute time penalty for the second leg of the race for not finishing the challenge.
The fear week race continues to cause problems for the contestants and their now slimmer and fitter bodies. One team though will win a golden ticket and a free pass through to the finale.
The contestants arrive back at the house where they discover the backyard full of school kids and teachers waiting to train them. The final four later gain revenge as they train the trainers!
It's the final last chance training session which takes place at a quarry under floodlight night lights. They all push themselves in an effort to make sure they will make it above the yellow line at the last weigh-in.
The final three teams weigh in for the very last time an one of the teams will be crowned this season's Biggest Losers.