Forty-five-year-old Robyn lost a whopping 34.8% of her total body weight while 19-year-old Katie lost a staggering 47.6 kilos.
The orange team defeated Victorians Gerald and son Todd by just 0.07% of their body weight and took home the $200,000 cash prize. The runners up pocketed $30,000 runner-up prize while Queenslanders Richard and Amber, who dropped 71.7 kilos, won $10,000.
“Not nearly as much as getting my life on the right track. I never thought I’d make it to finale as a finalist, let alone have a fighting chance for the title,” said Katie.
Trainer Commando Steve added, “Robyn and Katie were fantastic to train and mentor. I knew from the moment they entered the house, they had what it took to win the title. The trials and tribulations they went through on their journey, have changed them for the better and I’m really pleased that life moving forward for the girls is looking brighter than ever.”
Host Hayley Lewis told viewers the show would return by taking on Australia’s move overweight town in The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia –a reference to the Victorian town of Ararat, where filming began in April.