Home and Away spoilers follow from Australian episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.
Home and Away has revealed a number of new spoilers ahead of its return to Australian screens in two weeks time, dropping a dramatic trailer – which you can watch above – which teases what is to come when the show returns to screens.
The soap is currently taking a mid-season break in Australia while Seven airs the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which has meant that viewers have been left in suspense following the shocking car crash cliffhanger which aired last week.
The last time Oz viewers were in Summer Bay, they witnessed a horrifying accident as a car carrying Dean Thompson (Patrick O'Connor), Nikau Parata (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) and Mia Anderson (Anna Samson) careered off the road and rolled down a hill, before coming to a stop on top of a cliff.
The soap's new trailer reveals further details on the immediate aftermath of the crash, with emergency vehicles and helicopters arriving on the scene. We get our first glimpse of new doctor Logan Bennett (played by former Neighbours star Harley Bonner) as he rushes to treat the crash victims, before he shouts that seriously injured Dean needs moving to hospital immediately.
There is no sign of Mia or Nikau in the crash aftermath, so fans will need to wait longer to find out what might happen to them...
The trailer hints that there could be trouble ahead for couple Ziggy Astoni (Sophie Dillman) and Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) following Ziggy's ex Dean's horror accident, as Ziggy is seen sitting by Dean's bedside and telling him that she forgives him for "everything" following his cover-up of Colby Thorne's murder of Ross Nixon.
While Ziggy waits at Dean's bedside, her boyfriend Tane is left watching them through the hospital door. With Dean and Ziggy having shared a kiss shortly before the crash, is Tane's relationship with Ziggy on the rocks?
However, Tane could be cheered up by a new arrival in the Bay, who we get our first look at in the trailer. Former Neighbours star Jacqui Purvis has joined the cast as Felicity Newman, a confident woman who we first see dancing on a bar in a club. When Tane walks into the club, she wastes no time in asking him if he's single – and it seems she might have caught his eye too.
Whether there will be any kind of relationship between Felicity and fellow new arrival Cash Newman (Nicholas Cartwright), beyond sharing a surname, remains to be seen.
Fellow new arrival Logan, a trauma surgeon who is looking for a fresh start in the Bay, might have a dramatic entrance as he gets caught up in the car crash aftermath, but it looks like he'll also find some time for fun as he catches the eye of Mackenzie Booth (Emily Weir), as they are seen flirting on the beach in the trailer.
There's more romance in the air in the Bay, too, as Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost) seems to be getting closer to new policeman Cash. After some initial reluctance, she agrees to "one date" with him – and she is later seen calling him "officially my hero".
Finally, there's joy for Tori Morgan (Penny McNamee) and Christian Green (Ditch Davey) as they tie the knot. The happy couple are seen standing in front of their family and friends at their wedding ceremony, before Tori says: "Let's get married".
Home and Away will return to Australian screens on Monday, August 9 on Seven. The soap continues to air as usual in the UK on Channel 5, with the car crash due to air in September.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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