The finale of The Bachelorette Australia is going to air tonight - and little slice of Macarthur paradise will be featured.
The luxurious Kalinya Estate in Bargo is the location of one of the dates for the final episode, where bachelorettes Elly and Becky Miles will decide which of their suitors they want to continue seeing after the program.
One of the remaining contestants - Adrian Baena - grew up in Campbelltown.
Kalinya Estate owner Mandy Barnes said it was a thrill to welcome the crew to site about a month ago.
"We're a private estate, very tucked away, so that's probably why they chose us," she said.
"They filmed for one full day and I wasn't even aware it was for the grande finale, so that's pretty exciting.
"We always want to be part of something positive so I like to partner with people who are going to bring joy to people's lives.
"It was a great bit of fun and the crew were all lovely, the guests were really nice.
"It was a fun day and hopefully it's some great publicity for Wollondilly."
Ms Barnes said she's had to keep tight-lipped about what happened on-site, so as not to spoil anything.
She is looking forward to cracking out some bubbly and watching the finale tonight.
"I'm ready to open the champagne and watch the show on the big screen in our theatre room," she said.
"I've been told the estate looks amazing on screen."
Ms Barnes said Kalinya Estate had been coping relatively well throughout the pandemic, as the private nature of the estate meant that everyone was very contained and there weren't common spaces like lifts were infection could be spread.
"I'm normally fully booked during the week with corporates, but with Covid that hasn't really happened," she said.
"But we've spent a lot of time and effort maintaining everything, doing bridal shoots and welcoming families.
"I'm a clinical psychologist, so the aim when we designed all this was to make these spaces amazing for relationships and time away with the people you love.
"I'm from a large family and I love seeing people come together in the same spaces and creating memories."
The estate features three historic houses and a huge range of amenities including the aforementioned theatre, a giant chess set, hot tubs, fire pits, pizza oven, swings, tennis courts, squash court, meeting room, basketball court, piano bar and even a 17-metre heated pool, among many other features.
"You might just see the pool tonight," Ms Barnes hinted.
The Bachelorette Australia finale airs tonight at 7.30pm on Network Ten.