Launceston's own Kimmy and Rhi Harris have emerged victorious as the winners of this year's House Rules.
The epic finale came down to the wire, with judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen leaving audiences hanging with his final score.
With their last house, the twins chose to renovate the bedroom and kitchen.
"There was a lot of pressure this week," Kimmy Harris said on the show.
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It was their work on the kitchen, which was universally loved by the judges, that earned them a score of 27 out of 30.
The duo were on top of the show's leaderboard heading into the finale, and were pegged as front-runners to win it all.
The pair will receive $100,000 from winning the competition, on top of $30,000 which they have already won through weekly mini-competitions.
"We're just a couple of girls from Tassie who thought it would be cool to apply for a TV show ... and now we've won $100,000," Rhi Harris said.