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Real World Sydney cast photographed, are working for Contiki tours

The cast of The Real World Sydney has been photographed working at their new job for Contiki tours, which identifies itself as “worldwide travel for 18 to 35 year olds.”

A person participating in a Contiki tour in Australia tells reality blurred exclusively that the cast members “work for Contiki in Bondi Junction and are putting together a weekend tour of Sydney that Contiki will start to sell. These photos were taken on a Contiki tour which the group was on as part of both a reward and research for their job.”

reality blurred‘s source, who asked not to be named, identified the cast members as Kelly Ann, who’s wearing a brown shirt and is from Austin, and Issac from Ohio, who has a shaved head but is apparently not visible here. The name of the woman in the red shirt is unknown, although she’s apparently a cast member. Other cast members, who are not pictured, are identified as Tricia (who has blond hair), Dunbar (has brown hair), and Talhada (who is from Georgia); it’s unclear if they are all from the US, or if like previous international seasons, some come from other countries.

(Update: Reader Michael writes in to identify the location where the photographs were taken: the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, which he says is “in Far North Queensland, in the city of Cairns…, the main gateway city to the Great Barrier Reef.” It’s about a three-hour flight from Sydney.)

The cast members live in waterfront home in Darling Harbour. The Australia-set season is the show’s 19th season, and is currently in production.

Here’s a slideshow of the photos; the people with their faces blurred, the photographer says, are “other people from the trip,” not cast or crew members.

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