Seven confirms early February return date for Season 34 of HOME AND AWAY


After the gripping season final last year, Home and Away will explore new beginnings, second chances, love, betrayal and revenge in 2021.

Seven has confirmed fans wont have to wait much longer with the new season set to kick-off on Monday 1st February at 7pm.

Joining the established ensemble cast is Bridie Carter (McLeod’s Daughters) and Luke Arnold (INXS: Never Tear Us Apart), plus the return of a River Boy.

Bridie Carter stars as Susie McAllister, a real estate agent from Western Australia looking to make a fresh start. Susie quickly establishes herself as a charming, intelligent and attractive out-of-towner who catches the eye of newly single John Palmer (Shane Withington).

Luke Arnold joins as Lewis Hayes, a nurse who went to university with Jasmine (Sam Frost). In the new season, a shared connection between the pair will see sparks fly.

After revealing that he’d like to stay in the bay, Christian (Ditch Davey) asks Tori (Penny McNamee) a life-changing question that will see their relationship progress from a spark to a flame.     

Home and Away returns for its 34th season on Monday 1st February at 7pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.

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