Teams begin the Final Leg and must now fly to Darwin in the Northern Territory. Upon arrival, teams head to the Darwin Waterfront where they must search through stacks of NT News newspapers for Race headlines. When they can identify them to the Editor, they will receive the next clue.
The Penultimate Leg is here and teams fly to Bangkok, Thailand with US$70 on their Bankwest Halos.
The 10th Leg of the Race begins with teams departing two minutes apart. Each team member must first paddle a traditional dugout canoe 1km down the beach in Leopard Bay.
The five remaining teams continue Racing by flying to Lilongwe, Malawi armedwith 11,600 Malawi kwacha on their Bankwest Halos.
Teams begin the next Leg with the first clue revealing the Road Block: Who’s ready to gorge themselves? For this Road Block, teams will leap into into Batoka Gorge.
Teams begin the 7th Leg of the Race learning they will be flying to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Tom & Tyler wake up late and end up being the last team to depart. But all teams are on the same flights via Beijing and Addis Ababa anyway.
It’s the halfway point of the Race and teams continue in Mongolia, armed with 173,000 tugrik for the Leg. Before returning to Ulaanbaatar, teams head to Khongoryn Els Sand Dunes where they must dig for a box containing their next clue. And because of the extreme weather conditions here, there is a four hour time limit.
Teams fly to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (via Shenzhen and Beijing) for the 5th Leg of the Race armed with US$165 on their Bankwest Halos. Upon arrival in the capital, teams must make their way up 300 steps to the Ziasan War Memorial.
For this fourth Leg, teams must make their way to Hoa Lu Citadel where they must make four bundles of incense weighing 2kg each. They will then deliver them to…
Teams fly to Hanoi, Vietnam and upon arrival, they must head to Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre where they will sign-up for one of three shows the next morning starting at 6:30am.