Summer Bay may be a relaxed beach-side town but this week, the fictional postcode got a dose of some serious A-list glamour!
On Thursday evening, the cast of Home And Away took to their socials to share a slew of behind-the-scenes photos from an upcoming black-tie scene filmed at the town's restaurant Salt.
Sam Frost, who plays Jasmine on the show, led the Summer Bay style stakes in a chic off-the-shoulder fuchsia pink dress.
Fan favourite Lynne McGranger cut an elegant figure in a striking red gown, which she teamed with statement silver earrings and a matching necklace.
While Ada Nicodemou's character Leah dazzled in a metallic pink frock.
Other H&A stars in attendance at the filming included Emily Symons, Georgie Parker, Emily Weir, James Stewart and Shane Withington.
"Fun on set with my Summer Bay Buddies @adanicodemou #ShaneWithington #anotherfundayinthebay," Lynne mused alongside a behind-the-scenes selfie with Shane and Ada.
In another BTS moment, Emily Symons poses with Georgie and Ada backstage. "Did someone say party @adanicodemou @georgieparker 🎉🥂💜💜," the actress, who plays Marilyn on the show, mused.
Sam Frost also documented the evening's festivities, posting a snap of herself, James, Lynne and Shane gathered by a table decked out in candles and champagne glasses.
"Brb busy being fancy," the one-time Bachelorette wrote.
Fans loved seeing their favourite H&A stars all dressed up and were quick to flood the comment section of their posts, speculating that the fancy event could be for an upcoming wedding on the show.
"Why's Shane wearing a tux? Please tell me it's because John and Marilyn get remarried? xxx," one curious person asked.
"Hhhmmm I'm thinking wedding in the bay instead of Melbourne," another said.
"It is Tori & Christian's wedding reception which was filmed today. The wedding was filmed last week," a third pondered.
Resident Summer Bay lovers Tori and Christian's romance has recently been put on the line after they were forced to cancel their nuptials when the doctor chose to treat Rachel instead of attending his own wedding. But could these photos prove the pair finally make it down the aisle after all?
Indeed the year ahead for the much-loved soapie promises to be packed with drama.
Series producer Lucy Addario told TV WEEK, 2021 is all about "new beginnings" on the show.
"At its heart, this show is about love," she said.
"You have to see a wedding; there'll be pregnancies and new faces. And there will be events that throw the Bay into disarray."