List of awards and nominations received by Neighbours

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Awards and nominations received by Neighbours
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 55 373
References

Neighbours is an Australian soap opera that has aired in Australia since 18 March 1985. The series has earned various awards and nominations for its cast, writers and the series itself. Award ceremonies include Logie Awards, Australian Film Institute Awards, AWGIE Awards, Rose d'Or Awards, and National Television Awards.

All About Soap Awards[edit]

The All About Soap Awards are hosted by All About Soap magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2003 Wicked Weepie Libby Kennedy (Kym Valentine) Won
2006 I'm A Survivor Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) Nominated
2007 I'm A Survivor Sky Mangel (Stephanie McIntosh) Nominated
Wedding Shock Boyd and Janae Elope Nominated
2009 Bad Boy Lucas Fitzgerald (Scott Major) Nominated [1]
2010 Baby Drama Susan and Libby's surrogacy storyline Nominated [2]
2011 Baby Drama Steph gives her baby away Nominated [3]
2012 Best Comeback Malcolm Kennedy Nominated [4]
2013 Best Wedding Vanessa and Lucas Nominated [5]

Australian Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Female Of The Year Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Favourite TV Actress Pippa Black Nominated [6]
2010 Favourite TV Actress Margot Robbie Nominated [7]

Australian Directors Guild Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial Chris Adshead Nominated [8]
[9]
Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial Jovita O'Shaughnessy for Episode 5861 Won
2012 Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial Jonathon Dutton for Episode 6188 Nominated [10]
Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial Ralph Strasser for Episode 6065 Nominated
2013 Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial Jovita O'Shaughnessy for Episode 6472 Nominated [11]

Australian Film Institute Awards[edit]

The Australian Film Institute Awards are held in December. The AFI Awards recognise excellence in Australian film and television production.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1997 Best Episode In A Television Drama Serial Peter Dodds for Episode 2842 Won [12]
Best Episode In A Television Drama Serial Peter Dodds for Episode 2911 Nominated
1999 Best Episode In A Television Drama Serial Peter Dodds for Episode 3388 Nominated
Best Episode In A Television Drama Serial Peter Dodds for Episode 3389 Nominated

Australian Writers Guild Awards[edit]

The AWGIE Awards are an annual awards ceremony hosted by the Australian Writers' Guild for excellence in television, stage and radio writing.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1999 Best Script for a Television Serial John Upton for Episode 3151 Nominated
2000 Best Script for a Television Serial Jon Stephens for Episode 3444 Nominated
2001 Best Script for a Television Serial John Hanlon for Episode 3740 Won [13]
2003 Best Script for a Television Serial Jeff Truman for Episode 4155 Nominated
Best Script for a Television Serial Anthony Morris for Episode 4189 Nominated
2004 Best Script for a Television Serial John Hanlon for Episode 4293 Won [13]
Best Script for a Television Serial Philippa Burne for Episode 4456 Nominated
2005 Best Script for a Television Serial Drew Proffitt for Episode 4574 Nominated
2006 Best Script for a Television Serial Peter Mattessi for Episode 4749 Nominated
Best Script for a Television Serial Katrina Foster for Episode 4838 Nominated
Best Script for a Television Serial Anthony Morris for Episode 4881 Nominated
2007 Best Script for a Television Serial David Hannam for Episode 5175 Nominated
2008 Best Script for a Television Serial Scott Taylor for Episode 5430 Nominated [14]
Best Script for a Television Serial Anthony Morris for Episode 5431 Nominated
2009 Best Script for a Television Serial John Davies for Episode 5474 Nominated [15]
Best Script for a Television Serial Anthony Morris for Episode 5486 Nominated
2010 Best Script for a Television Serial Rene Zandveld for Episode 5782 Nominated [16]
2011 Best Script for a Television Serial Anthony Morris for Episode 6018 Nominated [17]
2012 Best Script for a Television Serial Pete McTighe for Episode 6231 Nominated [18]
2014 Best Script for a Television Serial Stephen Vagg for Episode 6744 Nominated [19]
[20]
Best Script for a Television Serial Stephen Vagg for Episode 6857 Won
Best Script for a Television Serial Margaret Wilson for Episode 6820 Nominated
Best Script for a Television Serial Alexa Wyatt for Episode 6836 Nominated

Digital Spy Soap Awards[edit]

The Digital Spy Soap Awards are hosted by the entertainment website Digital Spy. The first awards were presented in 2008, where Neighbours was nominated in 13 of the 14 categories.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2008 Best Soap Neighbours Nominated [21]
Most Popular Actor Alan Fletcher Nominated
Most Popular Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Best Single Episode Frazer Yeats and Rosetta Cammeniti's wedding/Bus Crash Nominated
Storyline of the Year Karl, Susan and Izzy in London Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Alan Fletcher and Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Villain of the Year Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Newcomer Nicky Whelan Nominated
Best Child Actor (Under 16) Fletcher O'Leary Nominated
Sexiest Male Ben Lawson Nominated
Sexiest Female Nicky Whelan Nominated
Best Exit Ben Nicholas Nominated
Best Pet Pouch the kangaroo Nominated

Dolly Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Dolly Teen Choice Awards are hosted by Dolly magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2006 Most Popular TV Show Neighbours Won [22]
Best Slashie Natalie Bassingthwaighte Won
2007 King & Queen Of Teen Daniel O'Connor and Natalie Blair Won [23]
2008 Glued To The Screen Neighbours Nominated [24]
King Of Teen Dean Geyer Nominated
2010 Sweetest Slashie Sam Clark Nominated [25]
[26]
Soap Star Of The Year Matthew Werkmeister Nominated
Soap Star Of The Year James Sorensen Nominated
Soap Star Of The Year Margot Robbie Nominated

Equity Ensemble Awards[edit]

The Equity Ensemble Awards are presented by The Equity Foundation, the performers branch of the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA). Accolades are handed out to the best cast in a television comdey series, drama series and miniseries or TV film.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2013 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Cast of series 28 Nominated [27]

Inside Soap Awards[edit]

The Inside Soap Awards are voted for by readers of Inside Soap magazine. The awards have been running since 1996.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1996 Most Annoying Character Colin Taylor Nominated [28]
Sexiest Female in Soap Kimberley Davies Won
1997 Best Actor Bernard Curry Won [29]
[30]
Best Couple Libby Kennedy and Darren Stark Nominated
Biggest Laugh in Soap Toadfish Rebecchi Nominated
Best Newcomer Nicola Charles Nominated
Best Newcomer Todd MacDonald Nominated
Best Overseas Soap Neighbours Nominated
Best Soap Veteran Anne Haddy Won
Best Soap Veteran Moya O'Sullivan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ian Rawlings Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Kym Valentine Nominated
Best Young Actor Rebecca Ritters Nominated
Character We Miss the Most Cheryl Stark Nominated
Character We Miss the Most Angie Rebecchi Nominated
Character We Miss the Most Stonefish Rebecchi Nominated
Sexiest Male Todd MacDonald Nominated
Sexiest Male Benjamin McNair Nominated
Sexiest Male Jesse Spencer Nominated
Sexiest Female Nicola Charles Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline Luke's battle with cancer Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline Madge and Harold's return Nominated
1999 Best Overseas Soap Neighbours Nominated [31]
Best Actor Jesse Spencer Nominated
Best Actress Brooke Satchwell Nominated
Best Young Actor Rebecca Ritters Nominated
Best Couple Billy Kennedy and Anne Wilkinson Nominated
Funniest Character Toadfish Rebecchi Nominated
Sexiest Male Dan Paris Nominated
Sexiest Female Nicola Charles Nominated
Best Newcomer Jonathon Dutton Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline Susan's discovery of Karl and Sarah's affair Nominated
2001 Best Overseas Soap Neighbours Won [32]
[33]
Best Actor Dan Paris Nominated
Best Actress Anne Charleston Nominated
Best Young Actor Kate Keltie Nominated
Best Couple Libby and Drew Kirk Nominated
Sexiest Male Dan Paris Nominated
Sexiest Female Holly Valance Nominated
Best Newcomer Mark Raffety Nominated
Best Exit Madge Bishop Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline Drew, Libby and Steph love triangle Nominated
2002 Best Actor Dan Paris Nominated [34]
Best Actress Carla Bonner Nominated
Best Bad Boy Mark Rafferty Nominated
Best Couple Drew Kirk and Libby Kennedy Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
Best Storyline The Flick, Steph and Marc love triangle Nominated
Best Newcomer Maggie Millar Nominated
Best Young Actor Kate Keltie Nominated
Funniest Character Harold Bishop Nominated
2003 Best Soap Neighbours Nominated [35]
[36]
Best Actress Kym Valentine Nominated
Best Young Actor Katie Keltie Nominated
Best Couple Toadfish Rebecchi and Dee Bliss Nominated
Sexiest Male Blair McDonough Nominated
Best Newcomer Delta Goodrem Nominated
Best Family The Scullys Nominated
2004 Best Actor Alan Fletcher Nominated [37]
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Best Bad Boy Ben Barrack Nominated
Best Bitch Natalie Bassingthwaite Nominated
Best Couple Steph Scully and Max Hoyland Nominated
Best Newcomer Natalie Bassingthwaite Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
Best Storyline Harold turns evil Nominated
Best Young Actor Marisa Siketa Nominated
Funniest Performance Ian Smith Nominated
2005 Best Actor Alan Fletcher Nominated [38]
Best Actor Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Actress Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Best Bad Boy Damien Bodie Nominated
Best Bad Boy Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Bitch Natalie Bassingthwaite Nominated
Best Couple Steph Scully and Max Hoyland Nominated
Best Couple Sky Mangel and Boyd Hoyland Nominated
Best Family The Bishops Nominated
Best Family The Hoylands Nominated
Best Newcomer Damien Bodie Nominated
Best Newcomer Ben Nicholas Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
Best Storyline Susan/Karl/Izzy love triangle Nominated
Best Storyline Lassiter's explosion Nominated
Best Young Actor Marisa Siketa Nominated
Funniest Star Ian Smith Nominated
Funniest Star Tom Oliver Nominated
2006 Best Actor Stefan Dennis Nominated [39]
Best Actor Ian Smith Nominated
Best Actress Carla Bonner Nominated
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Best Bad Boy Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Bitch Natalie Bassingthwaite Nominated
Best Couple Max and Steph Hoyland Nominated
Best Couple Paul Robinson and Izzy Hoyland Nominated
Best Family The Hoylands Nominated
Best Family The Timmins Nominated
Best Newcomer Pippa Black Nominated
Best Newcomer Caitlin Stasey Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
Best Storyline The Plane Crash Nominated
Best Storyline Steph's cancer/pregnancy Nominated
Best Young Actor Sianoa Smit-McPhee Nominated
Funniest Star Nell Feeney Nominated
Funniest Star Tom Oliver Nominated
2007 Best Actor Stefan Dennis Nominated [40]
Best Actor Alan Fletcher Nominated
Best Actress Eliza Taylor-Cotter Nominated
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Sexiest Male David Hoflin Nominated
Sexiest Male Daniel O'Connor Nominated
Sexiest Female Natalie Blair Nominated
Sexiest Female Nicky Whelan Nominated
Best Bad Boy Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Bad Boy Scott Johnson Nominated
Best Bitch Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated
Best Bitch Pippa Black Nominated
Best Young Actor Sam Clark Nominated
Best Young Actor Caitlin Stasey Nominated
Best Newcomer Ben Lawson Nominated
Best Newcomer Natalie Saleeba Nominated
Funniest Performance Tom Oliver Nominated
Funniest Performance Ian Smith Nominated
Best Couple Carmella Cammeniti and Oliver Barnes Nominated
Best Couple Susan Kennedy and Karl Kennedy Nominated
Best Storyline Karl and Susan's London Wedding Nominated
Best Storyline Kerry's Leukaemia and Stingray's Death Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
2008 Best Actor Stefan Dennis Nominated [41]
Best Actor Ryan Moloney Nominated
Best Actor Ian Smith Nominated
Best Actress Carla Bonner Nominated
Best Actress Caitlin Stasey Nominated
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Sexiest Male Ben Lawson Nominated
Sexiest Male Daniel O'Connor Nominated
Sexiest Female Eliza Taylor-Cotter Nominated
Sexiest Female Kym Valentine Nominated
Best Bad Boy Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Bitch Nikola Dubois Nominated
Best Young Actor Fletcher O'Leary Nominated
Best Young Actor Matthew Werkmeister Nominated
Best Newcomer Jesse Rosenfeld Nominated
Best Newcomer James Sorensen Nominated
Funniest Performance Tom Oliver Nominated
Funniest Performance Ian Smith Nominated
Best Couple Rosetta Cammeniti and Frazer Yeats Nominated
Best Couple Susan Kennedy and Karl Kennedy Nominated
Best Storyline Carmella's Custody Battle with Oliver Nominated
Best Storyline Susan's MS Nominated
Best Storyline Toadie dumps Steph at the Altar Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
2009 Best Actor Stefan Dennis Nominated [42]
[43]
Best Actor Alan Fletcher Nominated
Best Actress Kym Valentine Nominated
Best Actress Jackie Woodburne Nominated
Sexiest Male Sam Clark Nominated
Sexiest Male Brett Tucker Nominated
Sexiest Female Pippa Black Nominated
Sexiest Female Carla Bonner Nominated
Best Bad Boy Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Bad Boy Fletcher Humphrys Nominated
Best Bitch Imogen Bailey Nominated
Best Bitch Tottie Goldsmith Nominated
Best Young Actor Blake O'Leary Nominated
Best Young Actor Fletcher O'Leary Nominated
Best Newcomer Morgan Baker Nominated
Best Newcomer Margot Robbie Nominated
Funniest Performance Margot Robbie Nominated
Funniest Performance Ian Smith Nominated
Best Family The Kennedy/Kinskis Nominated
Best Storyline Rafting disaster/Zeke's disappearance Nominated
Best Storyline Bridget's pregnancy Nominated
Best Storyline Harold's cancer Nominated
Best Soap Neighbours Nominated
2010 Best Daytime Soap Neighbours Won [44]
[45]
Best Daytime Star Stefan Dennis Nominated
Best Daytime Star Ryan Moloney Won
Best Daytime Star Kym Valentine Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jackie Woodburne Nominated
2011 Best Daytime Soap Neighbours Nominated [46]
Best Daytime Star Alan Fletcher Nominated
Best Daytime Star Ryan Moloney Won
Best Daytime Star Eve Morey Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jackie Woodburne Nominated
2012 Best Daytime Soap Neighbours Won [47]
[48]
Best Daytime Star Chris Milligan Nominated
Best Daytime Star Ryan Moloney Won
Best Daytime Star Eve Morey Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jackie Woodburne Nominated
2013 Best Daytime Soap Neighbours Nominated [49]
Best Daytime Star Scott Major Nominated
Best Daytime Star Ryan Moloney Nominated
Best Daytime Star Eve Morey Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jackie Woodburne Nominated
2014 Best Daytime Soap Neighbours Won [50]
[51]
Best Daytime Star Alan Fletcher Nominated
Best Daytime Star Chris Milligan Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jenna Rosenow Nominated
Best Daytime Star Jackie Woodburne Nominated

Logie Awards[edit]

Neighbours is the second most successful recipient of Logie Awards, having won thirty Logies to date. Only Home and Away, has more awards with thirty-eight. At the Logie Awards, Neighbours has won Most Popular Drama Series four times, in 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990, with a further six nominations (1998, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009). The show was inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame in 2005.[52] In 1988, Kylie Minogue became the youngest person, at nineteen, to be awarded a Gold Logie.[53]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1986 Most Popular New Talent Peter O'Brien Won [54]
Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won
1987 Most Popular Actor Peter O'Brien Won [55]
Most Popular Actress Kylie Minogue Won
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Won
Most Popular New Talent Jason Donovan Won
Most Popular New Talent Kylie Minogue Nominated
Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won
1988 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Kylie Minogue Won [56]
Most Popular Personality (Gold) Jason Donovan Nominated
Most Popular Personality On Victorian (state) Television Kylie Minogue Won
Most Popular Actor Jason Donovan Won
Most Popular Actress Kylie Minogue Won
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Won
Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won
1989 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Jason Donovan Nominated [57]
Most Popular Personality (Gold) Craig McLachlan Nominated
Most Popular Personality (Gold) Kylie Minogue Nominated
Most Popular Actor Craig McLachlan Won
Most Popular Actress Annie Jones Won
Most Popular Series Neighbours Won
Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won
1990 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Craig McLachlan Won [58]
Most Popular Actor Craig McLachlan Won
Most Popular Actress Rachel Friend Won
Most Popular Series Neighbours Won
Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won
1991 Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won [59]
1992 Most Popular Program On Victorian (state) Television Neighbours Won [60]
1993 Most Popular Actor Scott Michaelson Nominated [61]
1994 Most Popular New Talent Kimberley Davies Nominated [62]
1996 Most Popular New Talent Emma Harrison Nominated [63]
1998 Most Popular New Talent Brooke Satchwell Won [64]
[65]
Most Popular Actor Jesse Spencer Nominated
Most Popular Series Neighbours Nominated
1999 Most Popular New Male Talent Daniel MacPherson Won [66]
Most Popular Actor Jesse Spencer Nominated
Most Popular Actress Brooke Satchwell Nominated
2000 Most Popular New Female Talent Holly Valance Nominated [67]
2001 Most Popular Actor Daniel MacPherson Nominated [68]
Most Popular New Female Talent Madeleine West Nominated
2002 Most Popular New Male Talent Blair McDonough Nominated [69]
2003 Most Popular New Male Talent Patrick Harvey Won [70]
Most Popular New Male Talent Jay Bunyan Nominated
Most Popular New Female Talent Delta Goodrem Won
Most Popular New Female Talent Michelle Ang Nominated
2004 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Delta Goodrem Nominated [71]
Most Popular Actress Delta Goodrem Nominated
Most Popular New Female Talent Stephanie McIntosh Nominated
Most Popular Australian Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
Most Popular Australian Program Neighbours Nominated
2005 Most Popular New Female Talent Natalie Blair Won [72]
[73]
Most Popular New Male Talent Ben Nicholas Nominated
Logie Hall of Fame Neighbours Won
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
2006 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated [74]
Most Popular Actress Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated
Most Popular New Male Talent Daniel O'Connor Nominated
Most Popular New Female Talent Pippa Black Nominated
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
2007 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Natalie Blair Nominated [75]
Most Popular Actress Natalie Blair Nominated
Most Popular Actress Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated
Most Popular New Male Talent Ben Lawson Nominated
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
2008 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Natalie Blair Nominated [76]
Most Popular Actress Natalie Blair Nominated
Most Popular New Male Talent Sam Clark Nominated
Most Popular New Female Talent Adelaide Kane Nominated
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
2009 Most Popular Personality (Gold) Ian Smith Nominated [77]
Most Popular Actor Ian Smith Nominated
Most Popular New Male Talent Dean Geyer Nominated
Most Popular New Female Talent Margot Robbie Nominated
Most Popular Drama Series Neighbours Nominated
2010 Most Popular Drama Neighbours Nominated [78]
Most Popular New Female Talent Ashleigh Brewer Nominated
2011 Most Popular Drama Neighbours Nominated [79]
Most Popular Actress Margot Robbie Nominated
2012 Most Popular New Male Talent James Mason Nominated [80]

Monte Carlo Television Festival[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2003 Outstanding Contribution To International Television Reg Grundy Won [81]

National Television Awards[edit]

The National Television Awards are a British television awards ceremony. The NTAs results are voted for by the general public and the award categories are given the title of Most Popular instead of Best.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1995 Most Popular Actor Dan Falzon Nominated [82]
Most Popular Actor Bruce Samazan Nominated
Most Popular Actress Anne Haddy Nominated
Most Popular Actress Kimberly Davies Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Richard Grieve Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Eliza Szonert Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Neighbours Nominated
1996 Most Popular Serial Drama Neighbours Nominated [83]
1997 Most Popular Serial Drama Neighbours Nominated [84]
2000 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated [85]
2001 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated
2002 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated [86]
2004 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated [87]
2005 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated [88]
2006 Most Popular Daytime Programme Neighbours Nominated [89]

Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show usually held during October or November. It is televised and the winners are chosen and voted for by children.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2006 Fave Hottie Stephanie McIntosh Won [90]
2007 Fave TV Star Caitlin Stasey Nominated [91]
[92]
Fave Hottie Natalie Bassingthwaighte Nominated
2008 Fave Drama Show Neighbours Nominated
Fave TV Star Dean Geyer Nominated
2009 Fave Drama Show Neighbours Nominated [93]
[94]
Fave Aussie Hottie Dean Geyer Won
Fave Aussie Hottie Margot Robbie Nominated

Penguin Awards[edit]

The Penguin Awards were introduced in the late 1950s by the Television Society of Australia to help promote "excellence within the industry".[95]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1987 Best Performance by an Actress in a Series Anne Charleston Won
Best Performance by an Actor in a Series Jason Donovan Nominated
Sustained Performance by an Actress in a Series Anne Haddy Won
1989 Best Actress in a Drama Serial Linda Hartley-Clark Won

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1999 Favourite Teen Idol Brooke Satchwell Won [96]
Favourite Teen Idol Jesse Spencer Nominated [97]

Rose d'Or Awards[edit]

The Rose d'Or is a television awards festival held in Switzerland. The awards focus on entertainment-based programmes.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2004 Best Male Performance in a Soap Ryan Moloney Nominated [98]
2005 Best Female Performance in a Soap Jackie Woodburne Nominated [99]

Seoul International Drama Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Best Series Neighbours Nominated [100]

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