Osher Günsberg invites viewers inside the 26-bedroom Bachelor mansion

Osher Günsberg invites viewers inside the 26-bedroom Bachelor mansion – complete with its own tanning room, gym and pool


Channel Ten has given fans a first look at this year’s new Bachelor mansion.

In the footage, hosted by Osher Günsberg, viewers are given a tour of the stunning home which boasts a staggering 26 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. 

According to Osher, 47, the property which is situated on five acres of land, is ‘the biggest mansion we have ever filmed in’.

Home sweet home: Osher Günsberg [pictured] invited viewers inside the 26-bedroom Bachelor mansion on Thursday - complete with its own tanning room

Home sweet home: Osher Günsberg [pictured] invited viewers inside the 26-bedroom Bachelor mansion on Thursday – complete with its own tanning room

As he walks through the house – which will be home to the bachelorettes vying for Jimmy Nicholson’s heart – the TV host reveals the site also features a tanning room.

The home is also fitted out with gym equipment and a massive swimming pool. 

This year, production of The Bachelor moved to a $6.3million mansion in Oxford Falls.  

Big spenders: This year, production of The Bachelor moved to a $6.3million mansion in Oxford Falls

Big spenders: This year, production of The Bachelor moved to a $6.3million mansion in Oxford Falls

Looking good: The home also features a stunning living room with a fireplace, a luxurious spa and, of course, an area for the famed rose ceremonies

Looking good: The home also features a stunning living room with a fireplace, a luxurious spa and, of course, an area for the famed rose ceremonies

Osher added that the series, which is filmed in the cooler months, has some heaters installed in outdoor areas in a bid to keep contestants warm.

The property also features a stunning living room with a fireplace, a luxurious spa and, of course, an area for the famed rose ceremonies.

Meanwhile, Wednesday’s premiere saw a shock double elimination on the show.

Gone girls: Annabelle O'Regan (right) and Lauren Jenkins (left) became the first Bachelor contestants to miss out on a rose on Wednesday

Gone girls: Annabelle O’Regan (right) and Lauren Jenkins (left) became the first Bachelor contestants to miss out on a rose on Wednesday

In the episode, Annabelle O’Regan and Lauren Jenkins became the first Bachelor contestants to miss out on a rose. 

Meanwhile, fellow hopeful Jay Lal was handed the coveted key to the ‘business lounge’ by Bachelor Jimmy Nicholson.  

The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten at 7.30pm on Thursday.

Tune in: The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten at 7.30pm on Thursday

Tune in: The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten at 7.30pm on Thursday

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