While Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan confirmed last week they will be reuniting, another 21 stars from the 80s, 90s and 00s will also be returning as the show prepares to say goodbye.
Executive producer Jason Herbison said the show will “be delivering something for everyone” in the coming months.
"Whether the eighties, nineties, naughties or teens is your favourite decade, we will be delivering something for everyone as Neighbours draws to a close,” he said in a statement.
"Alongside the current cast we will be celebrating the most memorable characters from across many eras, with a few surprises up our sleeve."
Neighbours will air its last episode in August, after British TV network Channel 5 announced it would no longer be airing Neighbours.
It also meant the network would no longer be paying the majority of the show’s production costs.
Fremantle Media, who produce the long-running soap in Australia, has been unable to secure a new broadcaster for the show.
Returning stars –
- Zima Anderson (Roxy Willis)
- Lesley Baker (Angie Rebecchi)
- Morgan Baker (Callum Rebecchi)
- Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Izzy Hoyland)
- Melissa Bell (Lucy Robinson)
- Pippa Black (Elle Robinson)
- Zoe Cramond (Amy Williams)
- Jason Donovan (Scott Robinson)
- Jodi Gordon (Elly Conway)
- Ben Hall (Ned Willis)
- Olivia Junkeer (Yashvi Rebecchi)
- Paul Keane (Des Clarke)
- Kate Kendall (Lauren Turner)
- Mark Little (Joe Mangel)
- Daniel MacPherson (Joel Samuels)
- James Mason (Chris Pappas)
- Benjamin McNair (Mal Kennedy),
- Chris Milligan (Kyle Canning)
- Kylie Minogue (Charlene Mitchell)
- Peter O'Brien (Shane Ramsay)
- Ian Smith (Harold Bishop)
- Jordan Patrick Smith (Andrew Robinson)
- Olympia Valance (Paige Smith)