How to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia



Chris, a UK-born media connoisseur, is an expert in watching international TV. Known as "The Global Screen Wanderer", he has travelled extensively across the globe with long stints away from home. With over 10 years of experience he has become the go-to guru for streaming content from home and abroad.

The Bachelorette is back and if you want to watch outside Australia then this is the guide you need.

In this guide I’ll be showing you how you can watch The Bachelorette either live when it’s streamed in Australia or if you can’t make that timing then on catch-up on TenPlay.

This year sees Brooke Blurton looking for love and if the first episode is anything to go by then this will be one of the most explosive seasons yet.

In this seventh season of The Bachelorette, the Perth Youth Worker is being wooed by no less than 20 eligible bachelors.

If you want to watch all the action in another country then read on to find out how easy it is.

Step 1: You’ll need to get a VPN app

The Bachelorette like the recently aired The Bachelor is being shown on TenPlay.

I’m sure you’ve already tried to visit their website or use their app to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia only to find yourself blocked.

Not to panic! There’s an app called a ‘VPN‘ that will allow you to pretend you are in Australia which lets you watch The Bachelorette on TenPlay in ANY country in the world.

Obviously, this means you can watch The Bachelorette in America, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Bali, Thailand or in fact, anywhere else.

There are hundreds of companies that sell VPN services but my recommended one and one of the cheapest is ExpressVPN.

They cost from as little as 9 Aussie dollars per month which is a steal to watch every episode of The Bachelorette outside Australia along with any other TenPlay or Aussie shows.

There are however a couple of other good VPN providers and below I’ve listed my top 3 choices for you to have a look.

Top 3 VPN services to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia:

  1. ExpressVPN – Recommended
  2. IPVanish
  3. CyberGhost VPN

What you need to do now is choose one of the three providers above. If you don’t have time to be comparing (and who does these days?) then sign up to ExpressVPN. They’ve got a handy 30-day money back guarantee just in case you can’t get it working or you change your mind.

Once you’ve signed up follow the steps below to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia.

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Step 2: Watch The Bachelorette

Now you’ve signed up to ExpressVPN or one of the other recommend providers it’s simply a case of downloading their app.

Their apps are available for all major devices.

Below I’ve put together a simple step-by-step guide. Just follow the steps below (skip the 1st one if you’ve already signed up) and you’ll be watching The Bachelorette within minutes.

How to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia:

  1. Visit the ExpressVPN website by clicking here and sign up if you haven’t already.
  2. Then download their app either from your regular app store or from the ‘Apps’ section of the ExpressVPN website.
  3. Open the app up.
  4. Press Selected Location (1).
  5. Press All Locations (2), Asia Pacific (3) and then Australia (4).
  6. Now press Connect (5).
  7. Once the app has connected visit the TenPlay Bachelorette website or open the TenPlay app.
  8. Enjoy watching The Bachelorette in any country.
ExpressVPN app connecting to Australia

Watch in any country using ExpressVPN.

Once you’re connected to the ExpressVPN app or app from one of the other providers the TenPlay website and app thinks you’re in Australia.

In fact, any website or app you use now thinks you’re in Australia so you can also watch other services like SBS, iView, Stan and more.

As long as you’ve got an active subscription you can connect and disconnect as much as you want. Feel free to watch even more than just The Bachelorette and get your monies worth for your subscription!

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When is The Bachelorette on TV?

The Bachelorette is shown on Wednesdays in Australia at 7:30 pm.

You can tune in at the same time if you want to watch the show as it’s shown ‘live’ in Australia. If you’re further overseas and the time difference is large you can watch it at your leisure on TenPlay catch-up.

If you’re a fan of The Bachelorette then you’ll already known contestant Brooke Blurton who dated Bachelor, Nick Cummins in a previous edition of the show.

In Summary

If you want to watch The Bachelorette outside Australia then the only way to achieve this is by getting yourself a VPN app.

A VPN app will allow you to pretend you are in Australia allowing you to watch The Bachelorette on TenPlay.

Click the button below to visit the ExpressVPN website and sign up for their service. Once you’ve signed up download their app.

Open the ExpressVPN app and connect to Australia. You’ll then be able to watch The Bachelorette on the TenPlay website or app from any country in the world.

Don’t forget ExpressVPN has a 30-day money back guarantee making it completely risk-free. They’ve also got a deal on their 12-month package which works out 49% cheaper than paying monthly. This is well worth getting if you’re outside Australia for some time.

Wherever you’re watching The Bachelorette in the world, enjoy it!

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I would love to know what you think of this season of The Bachelorette. Why not let me know in the comments section below?

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2 Responses

  1. JessG says:

    Just an FYI – I’ve tried this with 2 VPN services – set location to Australia. There is a 10Play pop-up that states: 10Play is available for Australia residents only. If you’re in Australia please disable any VPNs.

    • Chris says:

      Hi Jess,

      You’re completely correct. Not ALL VPN apps work with 10Play which is why we recommend specific ones in the article which have been tried and tested.

      Just using any found on Google can result in it not working. Which services were you using as a matter of interest?

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