Australian television has a long and lustrous history of quality television drama production, along with which go the numerous family groups, both perfect and imperfect.
With many of them loved the around the world, here are our favourite Australian TV families!
Starring Asher Keddie (Nina Proudman), Don Hany (Chris Havel), Kat Stewart (Billie Proudman) Eddie Perfect (Mick Holland) and Deborah Mailman (Cherie Butterfield), the show provides a lighter side of Australian life in the face of domestic misery portrayed on other shows.
Originally comprised of Summer Bay residents Pippa and Tom Fletcher (Vanessa Downing/Debra Lawrance and Roger Oakley -- they had previously flexed their philanthropic prowess by becoming frequent foster parents, bring to the program numerous children, including Sally Keating (Kate Ritchie), who become one of the mainstays of the soap.
Ghost fighting, becoming superheroes and entering into political office have all been a feature of this comedy drama that captured the hearts of viewers, if only with it's , Sam Worthington was ab core component of the extended family unit on Love My Way.
Focusing on a group of thirty-somethings dealing with the trials and tribulations of separated parents, estranged siblings and on-off lovers.
Originally introduced in 1994, ' storyliners felt the need to create a more traditional family unit, in the face of a street full of singletons and crazies.
Introducing community stalwarts Karl Kennedy, the GP, and Susan, the teacher -- the family was quickly a central focus of Erinsborough community life.