Together the team of 30 lost 159kg to bite on gold after the 12-week challenge.
Dead or Deadly program co-ordinator Willow Firth said 'It was incredible, not only to win, but to hear what the women got out of the program, which helps Aboriginal women to prevent and manage chronic disease'.
Ms Firth said the program looked out for the physical, social, emotional, cultural and mental health of these women.
“These women would not otherwise exercise. They wouldn’t go to a mainstream gym,” she said.