George eyeing off a Gold Coast pad

Happy to go: George Baramily with host Sonia Kruger.
Happy to go: George Baramily with host Sonia Kruger. Paul Broben

MILLIONAIRE tradie George Baramily is looking for a sea change following his Big Brother eviction.

The WA electrician, who built his wealth through property investment, was the fifth housemate evicted from the Channel 9 reality series on Sunday night after losing out on the public vote by just one percent to Coraki's Bradley Darke.

The 25-year-old said he had grown fond of the Gold Coast, where the show is based, and was planning to relocate to the glitter strip.

"I'm thinking of moving over here," he said.

"I just want to explore some new options."

Despite finding a cuddle buddy in British beautician Layla, Baramily said the show had inspired him to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend Krystelle.

"I was actually going to fly to see her (in Dubai), but apparently she's flying into the country," he said.

"I haven't seen her for a good year now, so it will be good to see her again."

He said he was ready to leave the show.

"All I wanted to do was relax and have some me time, not hear about movies or actors or fashion," he said.

"I'm glad it was me instead of Bradley. He's such a young bloke with no confidence. He's got so much to learn."

Baramily tipped country girl Zoe to win the show.

"I'll go with underdog," he said.

"She's been flying under the radar, but I'm sure if she went up for nominations everyone would be loving her."

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