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Airlie bachelors to hit TV screens

BACHELOR BOYS: Whitsunday bachelors Kendall Nash and Doug Davy will star in the WIN Network's 'When Love Comes to Town', which premiers next Tuesday, May 20 at 8.30pm.
BACHELOR BOYS: Whitsunday bachelors Kendall Nash and Doug Davy will star in the WIN Network's 'When Love Comes to Town', which premiers next Tuesday, May 20 at 8.30pm.

THE WIN Network's 'When Love Comes to Town', some of which was filmed in the Whitsundays, will premier next Tuesday, May 20 at 8.30pm.

The 10-episode reality-style television show features Whitsunday bachelor boys Kendall Nash and Doug Davy, who are among a number of single men selected to meet 12 single city girls, embarking on a nationwide search for their soul mate.

Hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski, the brand new series visits 10 of the most breathtaking destinations in country Australia, with the unlucky-in-love ladies meeting the two most eligible single men in each town.

Crossing the continent on Australia's biggest ever singles search, the girls travel more than 10,000 kilometres to find true love.

In Queensland, they stop at Mount Isa, before completing their trans-continental quest for romance in tropical Airlie Beach.

In each town the lovelorn ladies have the opportunity to get to know the guys, learning about their lives and what they love about living in their community.

They also meet the boys' friends and families and spend time in what could be their new home.

Ultimately they have to decide whether to stay in the town and pursue a relationship with the rural Romeo, or get back on the bus to continue looking for love.

According to the WIN Network, competition is fierce, sparks will fly, tears will flow and hearts will be broken - but above all, romance will blossom on this passionate search for love on a truly grand scale.

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