From Brazil to India: Explore the Exotic Locations Where “Rush Australia” Was Filmed
“Rush Australia” takes viewers on an exhilarating journey across the globe, as contestants race through cultural festivals and stunning locations. But where exactly was this thrilling series filmed? Well, we’ve got the answers. However, if you prefer to keep the mystery alive, you may want to bookmark this article for later.
From the bustling streets of Brazil to the enchanting landscapes of India, the vibrant energy of Thailand, and the timeless charm of France, the filming of Rush was a whirlwind round-the-world adventure. However, there’s one country that stood out as a favourite for host David Genat.
“I’d never been to Jordan before, and Jordan was just really eye-opening,” Genat told POPSUGAR Australia.
Calling it “so different and incredible”, David noted that “the desert was amazing”.
“I’m not trying to Google search what the most popular destination in Jordan is, I want to find something that other people haven’t found,” he explained. “I want that adventure, and that’s what we got to do in Jordan, and I just found that incredible.”
So, without further ado, get ready to discover the complete list of where “Rush Australia” was filmed.
Where Was “Rush Australia” Filmed?
Drop Zone: Carnival in Rio de Janeiro
Mission: Rocinha Favela in Rio
Escape Zone: Paca Beach in Mamangua
Drop Zone: Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul
Escape Zone: Trojan Horse Statue in Canakkale
Drop Zone: Wadi Rum Desert
Mission: High Place of Sacrifice in Petra
Escape Zone: The Monastery in Petra
Drop Zone: Holi Festival in Pushkar
Mission: Samode Palace in Samode
Escape Zone: Gajner Palace in Bikaner
Drop Zone: Khao San Road in Bangkok
Mission: Khamin Cave in Surat Thani
Escape Zone: Koh Kai
Drop Zone: St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin
Mission: Blarney Stone and the Blarney Castle Blarney
Escape Zone: Cliffs of Moher in County Clare
Drop Zone: Tomorrowland Festival in Alpe D’Huez
Escape Zone: Pont de Bir-Hakeim in Paris
Drop Zone: Nassaroni Village
Mission: Suntai’s Maasai Villages
Escape Zone: Amboseli Airstrip in Amboseli National Park
Drop Zone: Bloukrans Bridge Bungy in Western Cape
Mission: Cape Farms and Table Mountain
Escape Zone: AGA Black River Helistop in Cape Town
“Rush Australia” airs at 7.30pm on Mondays and Tuesdays, only on 9 and 9Now. Missed an episode? Catch up on 9Now.
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