In their final week, the residents of Ramsay Street must make some significant decisions as several characters prepare to leave the neighbourhood. Will Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) and Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou), his estranged wife, make amends? A recognisable face catches Jane Harris’ (Annie Jones) attention as she struggles with a family conflict and Chloe Brennan’s (April Rose Pengilly) future.
Izzy Hoyland (Natalie Bassingthwaite) is the target of Susan Kennedy’s (Jackie Woodburne) plot to get rid of her, while Toadie Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) and Melanie Pearson (Lucinda Cowden) are busy making their wedding arrangements. But with the problems the couple is having, will the big day go off without a hitch? We are unable to reveal the fate of our favourite characters, but you can gain some hints by reading this guide to the final batch of episodes!
Here is what to expect from Neighbours’ significant farewell week, which will air from July 25 through July 29.
Ramsay Street will be abandoned by several characters
A number of Erinsborough favourites are preparing to leave as the soap opera’s final curtain approaches. Terese and Paul, who are estranged, are preparing separate migrations, whilst Leo Tanaka (Tim Kano) is motivated by the family reunion to move to the US with their dad, brother David, and brother. While Chloe’s decision to leave Ramsay Street is well underway, Nicolette Stone (Charlotte Chimes) also has plans to travel to New York; however, Chloe still has unfinished business.
Susan finds it difficult to cope with all the upheaval and is devastated by the idea of so many people leaving all at once. And what caused this abrupt circumstance, given the rumours that the homes on Ramsay Street will be demolished? Harold Bishop (Ian Smith), a dear friend, invites Susan and Karl (Alan Fletcher) to oversee the history book in the meantime. Will the Kennedys be left behind at the end of Neighbours? Susan has additional issues to deal with, too.
Susan schemes to harm Izzy
Fans will recall that Izzy formerly had an affair with Karl and is now dating the couple’s son Mal. Susan is still desperate to get rid of Izzy (Benjamin McNair). Susan doesn’t want Izzy to rule everything, so she starts working on her own plan. However, when Izzy has a run-in with another former resident, she finds out about Susan’s plan and isn’t willing to let it go.
Later, Susan forces Mal to decide between his new love and his parents. Susan is disappointed when her kid picks Izzy and wonders if she made a big mistake. However, soon after meeting Shane Ramsay (Peter O’Brien) by happenstance, Izzy crosses the line because of his wealth. Karl and Susan become aware of her actions and go ready for a fight, but Izzy shocks everyone with her next move. What’s she doing?
Chloe to have a happily ever after?
Chloe is still in shock with the arrival of a surprising visitor. Given that she has so many important life options to make, she takes her time to make sure she makes the best selection for her. She wonders whether it’s all too good to be true.
But exactly who is this mysterious figure who has given Chloe so much to ponder? Given how many recognisable names Neighbours has been bringing back, it might be worthwhile researching with our comprehensive list of returnees – but you’ll have to keep watching to learn more. What Chloe is debating and what she will do next are the key questions.
Will Terese and Paul reconcile?
Even though this couple is making a big effort to start again, it is obvious that they still have feelings for one another. Terese divorced Paul when he lied to her once again, but does she regret it now? The following week, they find themselves back in each other’s spheres, and Terese makes a discovery that leaves her feeling overwhelmed and emotional. As a result, Glen Donnelly, Paul’s brother and current partner, sets the setting for drama (Richard Huggett).
Terese tries to reassure Glen as he struggles with Terese’s continuous dedication to Paul, but Glen eventually comes to a harsh and depressing realisation. Is this the end of the couple’s journey? We’ll witness Paul and Terese dealing with their emotions, so will this lead to a reconciliation?
In the midst of personal drama, Jane receives a familiar face
Jane (Geoff Paine), who is still hurting from their breakup, is not pleased to see son Byron (Joe Klocek) giving Clive the watch he left at Danielle’s house. Byron corrects her and counsels his mother to make amends with Clive, but he also has another shocking revelation for Jane. It is what? As a result, she now disapproves of Byron more than ever, which causes her daughter Nicolette to harbour old grudges.
With Nic and Jane at odds once more, Nicolette begins to consider her future and is soon preparing to immigrate to the United States. Jane worries that by acting like her grandmother, Mrs. Mangel, she has alienated Nic (Vivean Gray). When Mike Young, Jane’s ex, unexpectedly makes a surprise appearance, Clive’s huge move to win Jane back fails (Guy Pearce).
Before the neighbourhood goes up for auction, Jane escorts Mike around Ramsay Street; nevertheless, old feelings resurface and Clive’s jealousy causes a clash. Where does Jane’s romantic future lay, and will she be able to reconcile with her kids?
Will there be no hiccups during Toadie and Melanie’s wedding?
Toadie and Mel are thrilled about getting married, but the plans bring up difficult memories from their pasts. Toadie is now left with no choice but to make a risky move so they may move on. An old buddy stops by Toadie in the meanwhile to wish him luck. Whoever it is, they quickly become aware of Amy Greenwood’s recent estrangement (Jacinta Stapleton). Will they become involved?
Now that Callum (Morgan Baker) has arrived, Toadie, Mel, and Amy are the only ones still missing. Will her reappearance lead to resolution or disarray? As the ceremony begins, Neighbours makes a last-minute magic promise. Is joy going to be the rule today?