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The 1950s come to an end at Ash Park, bringing with it love, forgiveness and acceptance for the Bligh family.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 66 votes.
Frank and Roy discover an inebriated Jack still suffering from Sir Richard's public humiliation of him. Henry and Sarah prepare for an autopsy, and Sarah begins to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Meanwhile, Anna and Henry find comfort in each other.
The episode was rated 8.30 from 96 votes.
Olivia chooses a new path. Harry finds a new place to call home. Jack and Carolyn stand by their daughter. Sir Richard begins to draw up a blueprint for revenge against the Bligh family.
The episode was rated 8.30 from 183 votes.
George and Sarah are now closer than ever but they find their happiness being short-lived after they are faced with Regina’s bombshell news.
The episode was rated 8.28 from 125 votes.
In the final episode, Rene suspects he is standing in the way of Sarahs happiness after witnessing a moment of yearning between her and George. The bliss of Anna and Ginos honeymoon is tainted by Andrew and George has an announcement.
The episode was rated 8.28 from 141 votes.
The Bligh family must deal with some deep ethical questions. The family must now make a decision: do they reveal the truth, or do they remain quiet and keep Sir Richard safely out of their lives?
The episode was rated 8.23 from 107 votes.
James sees a psychiatrist who agrees to treat his sexuality, but James and Olivia's hopes of a brighter future are challenged when George arrives and confronts his son. Anna is relieved when Gino believes that she miscarried and they decide to tell their families of their intention to marry. Elizabeth's spirits are buoyed by Regina's seizure of Sarah's job application records, knowing they will help Regina dig up the skeletons of Sarah's past in Europe. But a bigger shock is in store for everyone when a dead body floats on the surface of the river near Ash Park. But who is it?
The episode was rated 8.18 from 137 votes.
Elizabeth seizes the chance to battle Regina. Harry helps Sarah heal some deep emotional scars. George restores order at Ash Park.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 195 votes.
Sarah returns to Inverness with Rene, but may have underestimated her feelings for George. Olivia finds the burden of deception weighs heavily. Anna and Gino prepare for their wedding day. Rattled by Sarahs return, Regina takes extreme measures to get close to George.
The episode was rated 8.15 from 114 votes.
Two weeks until the federal election and Jack embraces a rigorous campaign schedule. Sir Richard's suspicions of a subterfuge deepen. Elizabeth launches Douglas' veteran's fund to representatives of the Australian-Aboriginal Fellowship. With one deft strike, Sir Richard's destruction of Jack Duncan looks complete. A body is pulled from the river.
The episode was rated 8.13 from 102 votes.
Jack and Douglas take matters with Sir Richard into their own hands when the refuge comes under threat. James grapples with his old feelings for Harry. Sarah and Elizabeth support Doris through matters of the heart.
The episode was rated 8.12 from 167 votes.
Elizabeth executes Operation Vanquish Regina. Anna pushes Gino beyond his limit. Sarah's advice helps Olivia find a new direction. James offers Harry a chance to spend time with their own kind. Roy and Sarah discuss his commitment issues.
The episode was rated 8.11 from 186 votes.
Anna and Gino’s romance continues to blossom prompting him to propose.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 144 votes.
One month later, in the midst of the family's grief, George must deal with a rabid Sir Richard keen on finding out George's decision regarding the upcoming federal election.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 113 votes.
Sarah's goes into labour. James supports Olivia as she faces a heartbreaking truth. Elizabeth gets a wonderful surprise. George's poor timing leaves him on shaky ground with Sarah. Roy tries to provide Sarah some comfort amongst the chaos.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 177 votes.
Last updated: may 16, 2021
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