I’m A Celeb camp first look as show returns to Oz with terrifying pool and Wild West set

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is making its anticipated return to its original location in New South Wales, Australia, after being filmed in Wales for the last few years, and it seems that there are some new additions to the set.

Aerial photos from above show the set, which is currently close to completion, reveal a first look inside the camp and a large Wild West-style area for potential challenges.

While Ant and Dec's tree house also seems to have had a makeover with a new orange canopy.

The new photos show the camp where this year's participants will be residing as they take part in the Bushtucker trials, and where some of the show's challenges will take place.


This year's set also has something a Wild West aesthetic, with the construction of a saloon-style set, although it's unclear as of yet how this will play into the show itself.

This area is also home to a strange merry-go-round contraption that we're sure will feature in some of the show's iconic challenges.

There is also a large, somewhat terrifying pool, which certainly does not seem to be for contestants to have a nice relaxing swim at the end of the day.

As usual the separate areas of the camp are connected by the show's infamous sky-high walkways, which the celebrities must brace as they take part in the show's challenges and trials.



This series' jungle residents have already begun to land in Brisbane, with DJ Chris Moyles being the first to arrive.

He's since been joined by Olivia Attwood, who found fame on Love Island, Coronation Street's Sue Cleaver, and Hollyoaks star Owen Warner.

Others who are rumoured to be making their way to Australia are footballer Jill Scott, comedian Seann Walsh, and former rugby player turned royal family member Mike Tindall.

If true, then Mike, 44, will be the show's first ever royal participant.


While the set certainly looks good, it's not come without it's problems, having to close for 24 hours earlier this week due to severe flooding in the area.

A spokeswoman for ITV told the PA news agency: “We closed site for 24 hours as a precautionary measure due to the inclement weather.”

It is not the first time production of the show has been marred by adverse conditions, with the previous series, filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales, hampered by Storm Arwen.

In November 2021, the show was cancelled for several nights while the production team repaired the significant damage caused by the bad weather.

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