Serial chronicling the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in the fictional Australian suburb of Erinsborough. When the series began, it revolved around three families - the Ramsays, the Robinsons and the Clarkes, living at no. 24, no. 26 and no. 28 respectively. Nowadays, the scope of the programme is much wider and only one member of the original families remains in the street. The show reached a watershed in 1997 when the last remaining original character, Helen Daniels, died. The departure of her relatives and arrival of the Scully family marked the start of a new era for Neighbours. There's never a dull moment in Ramsay Street, and despite their many feuds, the residents will always - in the words of the show's theme tune - "be there for one another". Written by
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You won't recognize your Neighbours.
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The street used for exterior shots is Pin Oak Court in Vermont South, in the heart of Melbourne's middle-class suburbia. The houses are owned and lived in by real residents. Grundy Television pay the residents for the use of the court and now also provide security at night times after a number of vandal attacks. See more
Is that Lou singing?
There should be a law against Lou singing in the morning.
There should be a law against Lou singing.
There should be a law against Lou.
On the show's 20th Anniversary episode (originally aired 26 July 2005), during the course of the end credits former cast members are sending their congratulations to the show. See more