According to My Research, This Is the Key to Winning Australian Survivor
There are many ways in which Australian Survivor differs from its American counterpart. But, arguably the biggest distinction between the two is the number of days played. Each season of US Survivor only lasts 39 days, however, the first two seasons of Australian Survivor went for 55, and last year's Champions V Contenders lasted for 50. That means that Australian Survivor's winners have had to compete a minimum of 11 days longer than their American contemporaries, which is practically the equivalent of an extra month in the super-charged game of Survivor. As such, the game of Australian Survivor and what is required to win it is entirely unique from any other version.
The additional length of Aussie Survivor generally makes it much more difficult for flashy players to make big moves and have their game play go unnoticed without being voted off. So, it's no surprised that there is a clear pattern among the winners of the first three seasons of Australian Survivor. Each winner so far has been underestimated and overlooked until the last stage of the game. While they may not have gotten the credit they deserved throughout the game, it's clear their under-the-radar strategy was the key to each of their wins.
Keep reading for more on how Australian Survivor's winners have all so far shared a collective strategy.