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Australia The Block's Jimmy and Tam to relocate to the Sunshine Coast

04:35  23 november  2020
04:35  23 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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EXCLUSIVE: The Block winners Jimmy and Tam reveal why they've got their sights set on buying a home on the Sunshine Coast with their prize money. And on Monday, Brisbane couple Jimmy and Tam Wilkins revealed that they are planning to relocate North to be closer to their family.

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They were crowned the winners of The Block on Sunday, netting a profit of $966,000 in addition to their $100,000 cash prize.

And on Monday, Brisbane couple Jimmy and Tam Wilkins revealed that they are planning to relocate North to be closer to their family.

'We think that we might go into the Sunshine Coast hinterland,' Tam, 31, said speaking to Daily Mail Australia.

a person holding a child: EXCLUSIVE: The Block winners Jimmy, 33, and Tam, 31, have revealed why they have their sights set on purchasing a home Sunshine Coast with their prize money © Provided by Daily Mail EXCLUSIVE: The Block winners Jimmy, 33, and Tam, 31, have revealed why they have their sights set on purchasing a home Sunshine Coast with their prize money

'My parents live in Noosa, so being close to them would be really awesome. So that's we think where we're going to end up.'

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The couple explained that the prize money will be put toward purchasing their first home and spoiling their four-year-old daughter, Frankie.

'Oh, we will definitely get her some presents,' the proud mother revealed.

a group of people sitting on a bench: Close bond: 'My parents live in Noosa, so being close to them would be really awesome,' Tam said speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Monday © Provided by Daily Mail Close bond: 'My parents live in Noosa, so being close to them would be really awesome,' Tam said speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Monday

'Frankie doesn't understand the value of money... as she is only four, so you know, we don't want her to get over the top to spend our money for us.'

The proud parents also spoke of their excitement that daughter Frankie was able to regularly visit them while filming the show.

'Oh, it's so good having her with us because she's experiencing this,' gushed Jimmy.

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a little boy wearing a hat: Lucky girl: The couple explained that the prize money will be put toward purchasing their first home and spoiling their four-year-old daughter, Frankie (pictured on set) © Provided by Daily Mail Lucky girl: The couple explained that the prize money will be put toward purchasing their first home and spoiling their four-year-old daughter, Frankie (pictured on set)

'She's going to be able to look back and watch the episodes of The Block that she's in and remember this house.'

Jimmy and Tammy, who are still residing in Melbourne's Brighton, are waiting for coronavirus restrictions to ease to fly back home to Brisbane.

'We're just going to we've decided we're just going to have the rest of the year off and celebrate with friends and family,' they said.

'We just want to relax a bit. This year has been absolutely massive. So to have a bit of time with our friends and family will be so amazing.'

a house with trees in the background: It fits the brief! The Block finale: On Sunday, Jimmy and Tam were crowned the winners with a profit of $966,000. They renovated their home on site with quirky 1950s-style touches and went for a self-described 'Palm Springs vibe' © Provided by Daily Mail It fits the brief! The Block finale: On Sunday, Jimmy and Tam were crowned the winners with a profit of $966,000. They renovated their home on site with quirky 1950s-style touches and went for a self-described 'Palm Springs vibe' a man and a woman posing for a picture: Jimmy and Tammy, who are still residing in Melbourne's Brighton, are waiting for coronavirus restrictions to ease to fly back home to Brisbane where they plan have some time off © Provided by Daily Mail Jimmy and Tammy, who are still residing in Melbourne's Brighton, are waiting for coronavirus restrictions to ease to fly back home to Brisbane where they plan have some time off Read more

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