The pair beat Cartier and Matthew and Cynthia and Aaron on the second season of the Channel 9 dating show.
Model Anna, 27, from Melbourne, and Josh, 26, from Sydney, were the strongest couple in the villa, pairing up on day 12 and staying together the whole time.
But before they were announced as winners, host Sophie Monk had a dig at last year’s winner, Grant Crapp, who took out the competition with his then love interest, Tayla Damir.
Crapp was outed after the finale for being in a relationship in real life, only going on the show to promote his business.
When announcing to the contestants last night that voting had closed, Monk took a direct swipe at Crapp.
“Now, voting has already closed, so if you have a secret partner on the outside,” Sophie said before looking into the camera, “Hi Grant Crapp if you’re watching this season …
“Or if you’ve been acting and playing a game the whole time, you can tell us now because it will not change the outcome. So speak now or forever hold your peace.”
Damir told NW at the time she found out Crapp had a girlfriend when they were about to fly back home to Australia after winning the finale, which was filmed in Spain.
They called it quits two weeks after the show ended.
But it seems this year’s winners are the real deal. Speaking with Channel 9, Anna and Josh said they stayed up last night and planned their future together.
The pair will be in a long-distance relationship, with the long-term plan to move to Queensland together.
“We’ve spoken about moving to Queensland,” Anna said.
“We’re going to do Melbourne and Sydney back and forth. Eventually we were throwing out the idea that we want to move to Queensland together and both start fresh and move in together.”
It comes as Love Island Australia’s future on our screens remains unclear, with the Nine Network yet to announce a third season.
A network spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: “We will make an announcement about the next season of Love Island when we make a final decision.”
The season premiered with 494,000 viewers across the five city metro markets last month but, by the fourth episode, dropped to less than half of that with 240,000 viewers.