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When is Home and Away back in 2023?

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Home and Away will return to both UK and Australian screens in January 2023.

It will return to Channel 5 in the UK on Monday 2nd January 2023.

In Australia, the show is expected to return on Monday 9th January, just one week before the show’s 35th anniversary on Tuesday 17th January.

It will return to Channel 5 in the UK on Monday 2nd January 2023.

In Australia, the show is expected to return on Monday 9th January, just one week before the show’s 35th anniversary on Tuesday 17th January.

As they attempt to escape a collision with Justin and Leah (Ada Nicodemou), who are in their way, their car flips. Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) and Felicity are forced to continue driving, which leads to their collision with a gas station.

Now that the show is in its usual summer hiatus, it will return to Australian screens in January of the following year.

As they attempt to escape a collision with Justin and Leah (Ada Nicodemou), who are in their way, their car flips. Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) and Felicity are forced to continue driving, which leads to their collision with a gas station. Now that the show is in its usual summer hiatus, it will return to Australian screens in January of the following year.

Leah ends up injured

When the show resumes, Leah appears to be on track for a significant recovery. She and Justin will swerve off the road in the finale in an effort to evade Felicity and Eden, sending their car flying through the air before it crashes to the ground.

Actress Ada Nicodemou is shown in photos from the production with artificial blood on her dress, indicating that she sustains injuries in the dramatic collision.

Leah, thankfully, is also still filming as seen by recent sightings.

A formal event in Sydney

Whenever the cast don formal attire and head away from Summer Bay for some on-location filming, things don’t tend to end well.

In recent months, we’ve had Iandra Castle and Heather’s (Sofia Nolan) posh brunch, which saw her take Marilyn (Emily Symons) and friends hostage. Then, of course, there was Tane and Felicity’s disastrous wedding.

The official celebration next year may end more happily, but the fact that Cash will be there wearing police gear once more does not augur well.

Cash saved Alf (Ray Meagher), Irene (Lynne McGranger), Leah, and Roo (Georgie Parker) from Heather’s clutches the last time around. Will Cash be called upon to save his buddies the following year?

In early November, a number of the cast headed to central Sydney, filming scenes at a beautiful location with views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Leah was played by Ada Nicodemou, Justin by James Stewart, Theo by Matt Evans, Cash by Nicholas Cartwright, and Georgie Parker was present (Roo).

There may have been additional cast members who weren’t included in any of the images that the cast posted on social media.

With everyone in formal attire, and Justin and Theo suited and booted, could the shoot be a wedding, a celebration, a presentation, or the location of yet another emergency?

The possibilities are endless, and only time will tell…

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