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Meet the couples set to embark on a 'five-decade time warp' in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton

The Block is about to enter its sixteenth season.

And now the five new couples set to compete on the 2020 season of the beloved renovation show have finally been unveiled.

The latest series will take viewers on a five decade time warp, as period homes from the 1910s, ’20s, ’30s, ’40s and ’50s are transformed by the contestants. 

The Block 2020 contestants revealed! Meet the couples set to embark on a 'five-decade time warp' in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton. Pictured: Host Scott Cam

The Block 2020 contestants revealed! Meet the couples set to embark on a ‘five-decade time warp’ in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton. Pictured: Host Scott Cam

The new season will shoot in the heart of Brighton – one of the most sought after locales in Melbourne. 

The new crop of handy pairs will include the shows first father and daughter duo, a teacher, an electrification and a plumber. 

Harry, 57, and Tash, 32 

The first-ever father and daughter renovation duo, who hail from Melbourne, are proud of their Greek heritage and have a fiery side – but always get the job done. 

They also have plenty of experience. Harry, an IT Manager, has renovated homes with and without his daughter, a social media project manager, before. 

‘We renovated a smaller Californian bungalow, the front and a back extension, but that was about thirty years ago,’ Harry told Nine. 

‘The second house that I live in now, we finished six years ago, put on a second storey, and I thought that came up really well.’

Harry, 57, and Tash, 32: The first-ever father and daughter renovation duo, who hail from Melbourne, are proud of their Greek heritage and have a fiery side

Harry, 57, and Tash, 32: The first-ever father and daughter renovation duo, who hail from Melbourne, are proud of their Greek heritage and have a fiery side

Sarah, 27, and George, 33 

Sarah and George, a couple from Western Sydney, are self-proclaimed ‘mad dogs’ who proudly come from Greek and Italian heritage.

George is an electrician while Sarah is a teacher, and the couple have plenty of experience, having renovated two homes together before. 

That includes an investment property that was trashed by tenants and needed to be rebuilt inside.  

The pair – who are hoping to start their own family as soon as they can – are described as ‘nothing like the show has seen before’. 

Sarah, 27, and George, 33: The couple from Western Sydney are self-proclaimed 'mad dogs' and are described as 'nothing like the show has seen before'

Sarah, 27, and George, 33: The couple from Western Sydney are self-proclaimed ‘mad dogs’ and are described as ‘nothing like the show has seen before’

Daniel, 35, and Jade, 34 

Daniel and Jade are farmers from South Australia who have applied to be on the show four times.

The married Aussie battlers are the proud parents of three children – Lincoln, nine, Hayden, seven, and Isla, six.

They applied for the show for their daughter Isla, who has a rare chromosome disorder.   

The couple hope to raise enough money to help with her treatment, as well as raise funds to cover their close to one million dollar debt, incurred in part after bushfires ravaged their farm.

Daniel, 35, and Jade, 34: Daniel and Jade are farmers from South Australia who have applied to be on the show four times

Daniel, 35, and Jade, 34: Daniel and Jade are farmers from South Australia who have applied to be on the show four times

Luke, 35, and Jasmine, 36 

Married with two young kids, Luke, a chippy, and Jasmine, a teacher, have plenty of renovation experience thanks to their kids. 

They couple who hail from Perth, Western Australia are currently renovating their home as they raise their two kids, Lola, four and one-year-old Sonny.   

‘We moved into our house, I fell pregnant straight away, and then we renovated our big bathroom while I was in the early days of being pregnant with our second child,’ Jasmine told Nine. 

‘It’s pretty much been baby, renovations, baby, toddler, and renovations.’

Luke, 35, and Jasmine, 36: Married with two young kids, Luke, a chippy, and Jasmine, a teacher, have plenty of renovation experience thanks to their kids

Luke, 35, and Jasmine, 36: Married with two young kids, Luke, a chippy, and Jasmine, a teacher, have plenty of renovation experience thanks to their kids

Jimmy, 33, and Tam, 31 

Jimmy, a plumber and Tam, a bar manager, both from Brisbane, are on the show in the hopes of building a better life for their four-year-old daughter, Frankie. 

Currently renting a home and working endless hours, the pair hope to use their winnings to buy a home of their own.  

‘We are doing this for Frankie. We want to try and win to set our family up,’ Jimmy told Nine. 

While Jimmy has lots of experience on work sites, and has renovated a caravan, Tam cannot tell one tool apart from another. 

The Block returns to Channel Nine on Sunday, August 23

Jimmy, 33, and Tam, 31: Jimmy, a plumber and Tam, a bar manager, both from Brisbane, are on the show in the hopes of building a better life for their four-year-old daughter, Frankie

Jimmy, 33, and Tam, 31: Jimmy, a plumber and Tam, a bar manager, both from Brisbane, are on the show in the hopes of building a better life for their four-year-old daughter, Frankie

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