Cunnamulla is a small south-western Queensland town a nine-hour drive from Brisbane - population a tick over 1000.
But Figtree's Nicole Warren was prepared to move there for the right guy.
The clinical beauty therapist had signed up as a contestant on the latest series of Farmer Wants a Wife. Of the five farmers on offer, it was sheep and cattle farmer Alex who tickled her fancy.
Even though he lived a long way from anywhere in tiny Cunnamulla.
The possibility that, if she found love, it would mean a move to the town where a main tourist attraction is a statue of the Cunnamulla Fella didn't bother Warren.
"I wasn't worried at all," Warren says.
"I'm ready for a new adventure, a new experience. If he's the one then yeah, I'd move and settle somewhere else.
"I'm a bit of a country girl myself, I love to go camping and I love animals and I'm a hard worker, If he's the one I'd definitely move out there."
After a few relationships "that didn't work out" the 30-year-old decided to give Farmer Wants a Wife, in part because of its track record - across all the versions of the show worldwide there have been 99 marriages and 225 children.
I think it's a little bit more accepted these days.Nicole Warren about looking for love on a dating show like Farmer Wants a Wife
And, these days, looking for love on a TV dating show doesn't hold the stigma it may have in earlier days.
"I think it's a little bit more accepted these days, especially with social media and those dating sites," Warren said.
Like any reality TV show participant, Warren has had to keep what happens in the series a secret for "a long time".
But come Sunday night when the first episode airs, she'll be able to talk.
Having never watched herself on TV, Warren says she's in two minds about the Farmer Wants a Wife premiere.
"Yes, I'm very excited but I'm a little bit nervous at the same time," she says.
"I do have my family coming around to watch it with me and I have my roommate setting up the house with photos of Alex and photos of the other girls."
Farmer Wants a Wife debuts on Prime, Sunday, 7pm.
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