Airbnb Lists Ramsay Street From Neighbours As Accommodation Option

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For the first time ever, fans of Eleven’s iconic TV show Neighbours will get the chance to sleepover on the set of Ramsay Street, with a special listing on Airbnb.

Guests will stay at the Ramsay Street listing on Monday 7th September, where they will spend a night in the home of Australia’s longest-running drama series.

Guests will be hosted by Erinsborough Dr Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) and handyman Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan), before walking down the famous street, reliving the drama at Harold’s Store, The Waterhole and Lassiter’s Lake.

Then, they’ll share dinner with Fletcher and Milligan at the Willis family house where they will hear the juicy insider secrets and the behind-the-scenes news.

Once all the gossip and happenings of their favourite Neighbours cast are caught up on; they’ll stay in their very own Ramsay Street Airbnb listing, in an overnight stay on the set.

Neighbours star Alan Fletcher is excited to share this amazing experience with some of Neighbours most avid fans.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for guests to be hosted on the set of Ramsay Street.  A sleepover on the set is a truly unique experience, where guests will see what goes on behind-the- scenes, meet their favourite stars and see where all the drama unfolds,” said Fletcher.

Airbnb’s Australia and New Zealand country manager Sam McDonagh says the unique listing will be the first time Neighbours fans get to sleepover on the set of Ramsay Street.

“This Neighbours listing provides an unforgettable travel experience for Aussie, UK and Kiwi fans, where they get to make Ramsay Street their home for the night,” said McDonagh.

For a chance to secure this stay, go to https://www.airbnb.com/neighbours.

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