Who Won Love Island Australia Season 2? The 2019 Winners

4 March 2021, 16:48 | Updated: 4 March 2021, 17:24

Who Won Love Island Australia Season 2? The 2019 Winners
Who Won Love Island Australia Season 2? The 2019 Winners. Picture: Channel Nine

Love Island Australia season 2 is on UK TV right now and some eager viewers want to know who won back in 2019.

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Love Island Australia season 2 hitting UK primetime telly has many fans living out their dreams of summer vicariously through the brand-new line up of singletons.

Season 2 of the dating show was actually filmed back in 2019 and viewers over here already want to know; who won Love Island Australia season 2?

Are Any Love Island Australia Season 2 Couples Still Together?

With a heated string of scandals yet to air on ITV2, let’s take a look at the 2019 winners…

*Warning - spoilers ahead!*

Who won Love Island Australia Season 2?

Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham won Love Island Australia 2019.
Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham won Love Island Australia 2019. Picture: Channel Nine

If you’re dying to find out who won the second season of the Aussie dating show and can’t wait for the season finale, we’ve got the answer covered for you.

The couple crowned the winners of Love Island Australia season 2 were Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham.

Model Anna and mortgage broker Josh went from strength to strength in the series and it was pretty much love for them from the get-go, with viewers rooting for them to stay together from the very start.

The other couples who reached the final were Cynthia Taylu and Aaron Shaw and Cartier Surjan and Matt Zukowski.

Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham split up in November 2020.
Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham split up in November 2020. Picture: Channel Nine

Anna and Josh even made their relationship official during their final week of the show and went on to split the prize money together!

Although they moved in together following their Love Island win, the couple announced in November 2020 that they had ended their relationship.

They said in a statement on Instagram: "It is with great sadness that Josh and I are going out separate ways. I know that so many of you are invested in our relationship but please know we did everything we could to make it work.

Anna McEnovy and Josh Packham split in November 2020
Anna McEnovy and Josh Packham split in November 2020. Picture: Anna McEnvoy/Instagram

"It's extremely difficult to break up with someone who you still love but it is the right thing to do."

Josh shared a similar statement, saying they simply "grew apart."

Love Island Australia is on at 9pm on ITV2 and available on the ITV Hub.

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