For more than 30 years, Home and Away has provided us with limitless fodder to consume, unpack, and discuss in depth, but the buck doesn’t stop there.
Yes, the residents of Summer Bay are as vibrant as their on-screen counterparts, with stars like Ada Nicodemou, Bec Hewitt, and Sam Frost serving up their own brand of eye-catching, head-turning, can’t-stop-looking content.
Of course, the TV WEEK Logie Awards, which honour the best in Australian film and television, are the top of every Home and Away star’s (and our own!) calendar each year.
It’s no surprise that the cast of one of the country’s most iconic soaps is a seasoned stalwart on the red carpet each year.
For us Home and Away fans, this can only mean one thing: more great red carpet moments to savour.
On June 19 on the Gold Coast, television’s night of nights returns after a two-year break.
To commemorate the show’s return, we’ve compiled a list of the cast’s top moments on the TV WEEK Logie Awards red carpet.
Back in 1993, Georgie Parker was a magnificent, hair-raising new talent – literally. This style from the early 1990s perfectly captured the fashion vibe of the day.
Kate Ritchie and Emily Symons, her co-stars, weren’t far behind. In 1999, these Summer Bay ladies shone in their elegant dark blue and black costumes.
Faced with newness In stunning pink gown, Bec Hewitt (then Bec Cartwright) set the red carpet on fire in 2002, deserving of its own legacy.
Toni Pearen’s 2003 Logies dress was the next pink legacy for the archives, so move over Bec.
With this brilliant blue eyeshadow, Isabel Lucas channelled an early-noughties vibe.
Ada was rocking the Angelina Jolie leg long before it was a thing, as evidenced by this photo from 2004.
Tammin Sursok, on the other hand, chose a siren-red strapless gown that drew everyone’s attention.
We’re in noughties fashion heaven here, with the maxi-dress, the double necklace, and the satin tie.
In a single word, iconic! In 2006, Chris Hemsworth and Isabelle Lucas ruled the red carpet.
In 2007, Mark Furze, Chris Hemsworth, and Nic Bishop looked as spiffy as ever.
In 2007, Ray Meagher and Kate Ritchie wore frocks and penguin suits instead of their usual informal Summer Bay attire!
In 2008, Charlotte Best, Amy Matthews, and Tessa James were a style powerhouse.
The lovely women from the cast stepped up the glitz and glam in 2009, much like in our prom images.
Ada’s bridal-inspired red carpet look from 2013 is one of our personal favourites from the Logies.
Summer Bay ladies loved neutrals in 2013, and Emily Symons couldn’t have looked more stunning in this dusty pink gown!
The cast celebrates their major triumph in 2014. There’s a reason why people can’t get enough of them.
Johnny Ruffo and Lynne McGranger proved in 2015 that they could bring more to the table than just their Diner aprons…
The Logies and the mark are two things Ada never forgets. In 2015, she looked gorgeous in her ethereal gown.
In 2015, Georgie Parker wore this flowy Camilla gown, and we have to say, the boho feel suited her well!
At the 2016 Logies, Lynne stood out in her gorgeous blue gown for all the right reasons.
Sam Frost stole the night at her first Logie Awards as a Home and Away star! This silver gown with a thigh-high split has us completely smitten.
In 2019, Ada Nicodemou stunned in a gorgeous golden gown.
In the same year, Sarah Roberts wore this magnificent golden creation and looked like a Gold Logie herself.
Sam Frost wore this gorgeous white mini with a strong shoulder.
This is, to say the least, unexpected. In 2019, Rohan Nichol and Lukas Radovich upped the throwback glam, while Emily Weir wore the perfect pant suit.
Penny McNamee’s monotone design for 2019 has piqued our interest. So stylish!
In this black outfit from 2019, Emily Symons looked as if she had just returned from the Cannes Film Festival.
Sophie Dillman looked stunning in this one-of-a-kind black ensemble at the 2019 event.
Patrick O’Connor made a point of standing out in a sea of black and white!