Where is the I'm a Celebrity jungle? Find out if you can visit the Australian set

Here's everything we know about the location…

Where is the I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here jungle?

Springbrook National Park provides the backdrop to ITV’s I’m A Celeb.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a group of forested mountain ranges, known as the Scenic Rim.

The ITV series has been shot in Dungay Creek, Queensland since 2003.

There are no less than 12 different dangerous species of snake in Queensland, as well as the potentially fatal funnel webbed arachnids and white-tailed spiders.

Can you visit the I'm a Celebrity set?

Unfortunately, you won't be able to visit the exact camp the celebrities live during the programme but there is a dedicated campsite The Settlement, that you can stay at

But, the I'm A Celeb set may be soon moved from Springbrook National Park with the reality show considering moving to Kangaroo Island in 2020 when the current ITV contract runs out.

The appeal is in an attempt to boost tourism to South Australia – with the promise of beaches, wild animals and never before seen critters to eat in bushtucker trials.


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When is I'm A Celebrity 2018 on TV?

If you miss the show you can watch it on ITV+1 or catch up via the ITV hub.

The series usually runs for about three weeks and if it follows the previous format and length fans can expect this year's jungle king or queen to be crowned around the second week of December.

This year the show is presented by Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly as Ant McPartlin takes an extended break from TV.

If you haven't had your fill of the jungle, you can switch over to ITV2 for Extra Camp immediately after the main show for behind the scenes footage, guests and interviews.

Viewers are invited to join the lively debates via social media and the app as well as putting their questions directly to the campmates live in the studio once they’ve left the Jungle.

This year the Extra Camp it will be hosted again by Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett and Joe Swash.

Which celebrities are in the line-up?

11 stars are in the 2018 line-up, which includes a wide range of stars who we'll be watching as they get to grips with camp life.

The celebrities in the famous camp are…

  • Rita Simons
  • Nick Knowles 
  • Emily Atack
  • Fleur East
  • James McVey
  • Anne Hegerty
  • Harry Redknapp
  • Sair Khan
  • Malique Thompson-Dwyer
  • John Barrowman
  • Noel Edmonds

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