A very important guide to which MAFS couples are still together.

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Every year, Married At First Sight Australia comes around and we are reminded why we hate to love it. The glorious fights, the bitter feuds and occasionally, a couple who reminds us that love is real

Of the 84 couples hitched on the series, only eight have gone the distance (not including two couples who got together of their own accord). 

Here’s exactly who’s still together from Married At First Sight Australia.

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Erin Bateman and Bryce Mohr, Season 2.

Erin Bateman and Bryce Mohr. Image: Nine.


Erin and Bryce are the longest-lasting couple from the series, having met in 2016. 

Aside from a brief split in 2017, they've managed to go the distance. 

Despite meeting in a very public way, their relationship is rarely shown on social media — and that's exactly how they prefer it.

"I'm sure it infuriates a lot of people that they're not kept in the loop because the nature of reality TV is you then go on to flaunt your whole life on social media," Erin said to fellow MAFS star Bella Frizza on her podcast, The D&M.

Erin last shared a photo with Bryce in 2019. Image: Instagram @erinkitty_.


"I don't think it's normal. I know personally people who portray their relationship on social media as this fairy tale, who are some of the most miserable people I've ever met, in terms of relationships."

She continued, "The Bryce I got the day that I met him is the Bryce I have today. He hasn't changed at all. He is exactly who he is, and I'd like to think he feels the same about me."

In 2020, the couple bought a home together.

Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson, Season 6.

Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson. Image: Nine.


Cam and Jules were the country's golden couple while they were on Married At First Sight Australia in 2019. 

The pair are certainly a perfect match, but in an interview, Cam admitted he was nervous about their obvious height difference when he watched her walk down the aisle.

"I was way too short and Jules was red-haired, curvaceous, tall and I thought 'This is a stitch up here!' But once we met and sort of locked eyes, there was this comfortable warmness that came over and all the judgement went out the window," he explained on The Babble podcast.


"We were able to put all that s*** aside and see what's actually on the inside and we fell in love that way."

The pair tied the knot in November 2019 after Cam popped the question to Jules during Final Vows. 

In October 2020, they welcomed their son Oliver Chase and in February, the couple announced their family of three is due to become four.

Jules and Cam in 2024. Image: Instagram @julesrobinson82.


"We both can only imagine our heart's capacity to love will just keep on expanding," Cam said in their pregnancy announcement

"So excited to announce we have a new addition to the family joining us in July!"

Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli, Season 6.

Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli. Image: Nine.


Martha and Michael made a memorable impact in 2019, with Martha crowned the "princess" of the season, after refusing to move to Melbourne to be with former primary school teacher Michael.

Fast forward to 2024 and the couple are engaged and have had their first child together, Lucius, who was born in February 2023.

In 2019, Martha shared just how strong they were despite being "opposites".

"You could say it's down to fate, maybe it's just meant to be," she told Mamamia

"We really compliment each other. We are opposites, but the perfect opposites. We really balance each other out. Where I'm weak, he's strong, where he's weak, I’m strong."

Martha and Michael in 2024 with their son. Image: Instagram @mbrunelli.


After being part of such an intense experiment on MAFS, Martha said that it only made them stronger.

"Our relationship was tested and was put under so many pressure points so early on," she said.

"Most relationships would not probably encounter half the things that we did in such a short period of time, so we learned real quickly what each other's boundaries were and how the other person deals with stress, things like that.

"What we went through would probably break so many relationships, we were put under so much pressure and stress, but instead of breaking up or breaking down or fighting, it actually brought us together and we leaned on each other. 

"I feel like that's where many relationships may fail, they don’t let that other person in to relieve some pressure. I think that's what saved us and I think that's what helped us to become so strong. We are such a united unit now."

Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson, Season 8.

Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson. Image: Nine.


The standout couple from Married At First Sight Australia 2020 was undoubtedly Bryce and Melissa. 

The pair quickly emerged as the most controversial couple and grappled with plenty of obstacles in their relationship. From Bryce's contentious ranking of Melissa as the "fourth most attractive bride" to rumours of a secret girlfriend, it's clear their journey was far from ideal. 

Nevertheless, Bryce and Melissa are going strong three years later, happily married with twin boys.


Bryce and Melissa in 2024. Image: Instagram @bryceruthven.

"My relationship with Melissa is very different from anyone I’ve been with before. She has a calming effect on me and I really respect her opinion. I’m excited about our future," Bryce told WHO in March 2021.

While Melissa said, "I'm attracted to Bryce's personality, his sense of humour and how accomplished he is. Even when we had those difficult conversations [about looks], he was also really complimentary and affectionate."


In October 2021, the couple welcomed their twins Levi and Tate, and in February 2023, the pair got married (for real this time).

Kerry Knight and Johnny Balbuziente, Season 8.

Kerry Knight and Johnny Balbuziente. Image: Nine.

Kerry and Johnny are one of the few intruder couples to make it out of the experiment. Their time on the show was sweet and by Final Vows, it was clear they planned to go the distance.


After filming wrapped, Kerry relocated from the Sunshine Coast to Brisbane to be closer to Johnny. 

"As soon as I saw her bright smile… the breath just came out of me. She's stunning, she's incredible. I seriously can not wipe this smile off my face," Johnny told the cameras after meeting his bride.

"He put me at ease as soon as I saw him," Kerry said. "He looks really kind. I'm stoked."

In January 2023, the pair got legally married and in January 2024, they announced they were expecting. 

Johnny and Kerry in 2024. Image: Instagram @kerrybalbuziente.


"Baby B incoming, June 2024," the pair wrote in a joint Instagram post. 

"Thrilled to be adding a much-wanted and already so-loved member to our family. Our journey took a bit longer than we'd hoped for but not as long as others. Thinking of everyone still on their path."

Evelyn Ellis and Duncan James, Season 10.

Evelyn Ellis and Duncan James. Image: Instagram @mafs.


Evelyn and Duncan were not an OG MAFS couple. The bride was previously matched with Rupert, while Duncan was married to Alyssa. 

However, when the cameras stopped rolling, they found there was a connection. Considering they were individually popular participants on the series, their romance was warmly received.

Evelyn and Duncan in 2024. Image: Instagram @evelyn.ellis.


When asked if they were in a relationship, Duncan replied, "Yes I am!" before adding, "Well yes, we are!" 

"This is Evelyn and Duncan's hard launch," added Evelyn. "It feels good to finally just say it, and it feels kind of exhilarating in a weird, freeing way."

Jack Dunley and Tori Adams, Season 11.

Jack Dunley and Tori Adams. Image: Nine.


Tori and Jack were one of Married At First Sight's most controversial couples and they proved to be one of the strongest too, after they showed up to the MAFS reunion hand in hand.

"We are girlfriend and boyfriend," Jack told Nine following their time on the show. 

Tori added, "We're happy. We're very secure."

Jack and Tori in 2024. Image: Instagram @jack_dunkley.


The bride shared that being away from the experiment took a lot of the pressure off her relationship.

"Having time away from the experiment has been great for us," she said. "Jack has made a lot of mistakes but he's had a lot of self-development from these hiccups."

Jack said they are more than happy months following the experiment.

"We talk all the time. Phone calls every day on the way to work, a few texts, a bit of content here and there and a FaceTime before bed," Jack said.

Jonathan McCullough and Ellie Dix, Season 11.

Jonathan McCullough and Ellie Dix. Image: Nine.


During the final week of the experiment, it was revealed Jonathan had been texting his co-star Ellie. The groom was initially paired with Lauren, while Ellie was married to Ben. 

It was revealed that the pair entered a relationship as soon as filming wrapped up. In an interview with New Idea, the couple said they are both "so happy". 

"We're so comfortable with one another and we haven't spent a night apart since we got together," Jonathan said, later explaining that they had met up outside of the experiment when Timothy decided to organise a MAFS reunion on the Gold Coast.

But when Timothy and Cassandra pulled out, Jonathan asked Ellie if she still wanted to catch up.

According to him, they hit it off.

"The next day, because I'd had such a tough three months in the experiment, I woke up with a smile on my face and felt so happy," he said. 

"I went back to the Sunshine Coast, where I was living at the time, and messaged her. We met again in Brisbane and that's when we started becoming something."

Feature Image: Instagram @lissrawson @julesrobinson82

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