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12 November 2018, 16:22 | Updated: 14 November 2018, 11:28
As I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here returns to our screens for the 18th series, people are always wanting to know where the Australian survival show is filmed and what part of Oz is the enormous camp?
The whole show is set from Springbrook National Park, in New South Wales, Australia, and the location is technically not even a jungle, but a rainforest, so it looks like we've all been getting it wrong for years!
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The park is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which means it's legally protected as it's an area of special scientific and cultural significance.
For the first ever series of the show, the camp was set up in Cairns in Queensland, Australia, but was moved for all the other years of the show.
Whilst the location and main staples of the set remain the same year on year and the sites of the bush tucker trials take place 'much deeper' into the forrest area.
The actual camp the celebrities live in is a disused banana plantation, and the whole thing is very difficult to spot, even from above, as the whole set is covered in net to protect it's privacy.
Most recently there've been reports that the camp is 'in danger of being overrun with leeches and critters' before it's even kicked off!
They don't call it a survival show for nothing... and we can't wait to see the next batch of celebs released into the jungle next Monday, 19th November!