Popular on set! The Amazing Race Australia host Beau Ryan chats away to a crew member as he enjoys a break from filming the show in Queensland
Production for The Amazing Race has resumed in Queensland, months after it was temporarily shut down.
And last week, the show’s host Beau Ryan was spotted chatting to a crew member as he enjoyed a break from filming the show.
The ex-NRL star, 35, kept things cool and casual in a white T-shirt and black shorts as he sat on a wall outside a venue in Cairns.
Break time! The Amazing Race Australia host Beau Ryan (pictured) chatted away to a production assistant as he enjoyed a break from filming in Queensland last week
He placed his sunglasses on his T-shirt as he chatted to a production assistant while relaxing outdoors.
Filming for The Amazing Race Australia commenced last week after production staff and contestants completed a two-week hotel quarantine.
The Channel Ten series was localised due to travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Relaxing: The 35-year-old wore a white T-shirt and black shorts as he sat on a wall outside a venue in Cairns
Production of The Amazing Race was suspended earlier this year due to coronavirus fears.
In August, Beau confirmed that the new teams had been cast and filming was going to commence.
‘Luckily, we’re still doing the show. We’re going soon, but I can’t say when,’ Beau told Daily Mail Australia at the Stan Originals premiere for I Am Woman.
Back to work: The Amazing Race resumed filming in Queensland last week after Channel Ten shut down production over coronavirus fears. Pictured host Beau Ryan
Meanwhile, Channel Ten announced they’d changed the show’s format to domestic travel in March.
A Channel 10 spokesman told Daily Mail Australia: ‘The welfare of cast and crew is of the upmost importance and all necessary measures will be taken to ensure their protection.’
They remained confident Australia’s ‘tropical rainforests, [the] arid red desert of the outback and cool mountainous hinterlands’ would prove an entertaining challenge.
‘The sheer vastness and contrasting environment of Australia will create a unique and challenging backdrop to the most amazing race on earth,’ the spokesperson said.
New series: The Channel Ten series was localised this year after international travel was off the cards because of the coronavirus pandemic. Pictured Sidney Pierucci and Ashley Ruscoe