The property, about half an hour north of Bathurst, also incorporates sculptures and a cottage bed and breakfast.
In the small outback town of White Cliffs, locals make their homes mainly underground to escape the heat.
They would usually explain a hobby that they enjoy and what they like and dislike in a person, often chiding that they would "next," a person if they had this attribute.
Then, the five daters of the opposite sex (or same sex in LGBTQ episodes) described themselves to the audience.
This stability is derived from the outstanding longevity of underlying bus architectures.
The venerable ISA bus, dating to 1982 and updated only once, to PCI, in the mid-1990s, still provides an effective, simple, easy-to-implement interconnect architecture for I/O expansion.
The five single people were secluded in an RV, and the contestant was at a location where the date will be held, which would be relocated later.
In a preselected fashion, the five daters were put into an order to go on a date with the contestant.
Visitors can experience the underground life at the White Cliffs Underground Motel, where the rooms remain a constant 22-23 degrees year-round, with no heaters or air-conditioners required.
Having opened in 1989, the motel has grown to encompass 30 underground guest rooms and two above ground.
At Artisans Park in Turondale, a red double-decker London bus dating from 1949 has been converted to provide accommodation for four people.