With the soap sadly drawing to a close this summer, a huge number of faces are about to re-appear on Ramsay Street for one more final hurrah.
Margot Robbie, Natalie Imbruglia, Holly Valance and more will join Kylie Minogue in the 'Neighbours' finale, which is set to air this week.
The long-running soap will end after 37 years on the telly, but not before there's a flood of nostalgia with the re-appearance of some of the biggest names that initially started acting in the Australian drama.
Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan were the first two names heading back to Erinsborough, reprising their roles as Charlene and Scott, but the official Twitter account for the show has revealed that more stars are set to appear for one final time.
Margot Robbie is the first big name attached to the 'Neighbours' finale. The star made her debut appearance as Donna Freedman in 2008 and was a series regular until 2011. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she filmed her scenes from LA.
'Torn' singer Natalie Imbruglia will also reprise her starring role as Beth Brennan, who appeared on the soap from 1992 until 1994. Imbruglia departed the show due to her being unhappy with her character's storyline and the scripts of the series.
Other stars who went on to make names for themselves after departing the show, including Holly Valance, Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer, Kym Valentine, Anne Charleston and Carla Bonner, will all return for the 'Neighbours' finale.
They'll join Kylie, Jason, Guy Pierce, Pippa Black and Olympia Valance for the finale special. Here's a preview of what fans can expect.
Watch the 'Neighbours' finale on Channel 5 this Friday, July 29 at 9 pm. RTÉ2 and RTÉ player will air the finale at 6pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 1 - 3.