In the end, it was Helena who was sent home. Which supports this latest ‘who wins The Bachelor Australia’ theory:
The order of those final three dates dictates the order in which the top 3 girls will place.
I.e. Helena had the third date, so she came in third overall. Next up, Abbie is expected to come in second because she went on the second date. And Chelsie, well, all signs point to her winning Matt's heart in the end.
It’s not just a wild theory – it’s happened before. Three previous seasons of The Bachelor Australia all played out exactly the same way.
In Matty J’s season, his order of top 3 dates was Laura Byrne, followed by Elise Stacy, then Tara Pavlovic. Yep, it matches the theory.
Richie Strahan took Alex Nation, then Nikki Gogan, then Olena Khamula on the top 3 dates, and that’s the order that they eventually placed, with Alex being the last woman standing.
For Sam Wood’s top 3, the same fate unfolded: Snezana Markoski went on the first date (and ultimately won), Lana Jeavons-Fellows scored the second date (and was runner-up), and third-place bachelorette Sarah Mackay went on the last date and ended the season as the second runner-up.
Coincidence? We think not.