Survivor favourite Luke Toki reveals how he's spent the $500,000 fans raised ...

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He may not have won this year's Australian Survivor, but Luke Toki certainly won over the fans, who raised $500,000 for him following his shock elimination.

And in an interview with Perth Now on Tuesday, the 33-year-old family man spoke about how he's spent the money.

'I'm a homeowner now, I'm a 33-year-old home owner,' he proudly told the publication, revealing the money enabled him to pay off his mortgage. 

Support: He may not have won this year's Australian Survivor, but Luke Toki certainly won over the fans, who raised $500,000 for him following his shock elimination

Support: He may not have won this year's Australian Survivor, but Luke Toki certainly won over the fans, who raised $500,000 for him following his shock elimination

Apart from achieving his dream of being a homeowner, Luke reassured fans his life is 'exactly the same' in every other way.

But Luke said he still works and has no intention of quitting his job anytime soon.  

'I get up at 4am, I get changed, at the train station by 5, work by 6, I'm still doing the same things,' he said.

Helping out: Following his elimination from the reality show in September, devastated fans rallied around Luke by starting a GoFundMe page on his behalf

Helping out: Following his elimination from the reality show in September, devastated fans rallied around Luke by starting a GoFundMe page on his behalf

'I've got a good job I'm going to hold on to probably forever.'

He said he's also been able to give back, donating some of the money to

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