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Tight-lipped stars happy to be away at bay

Author: By MELISSA LYONS and TESS CAMPBELL
Date: 31/10/2008
Words: 262
Source: NCH
          Publication: Newcastle Herald
Section: News
Page: 7
AS Home and Away fans continue the debate over who will finally win the love of one of the soap's newest heart throbs, those walking the docks at Port Stephens marina yesterday may have witnessed a vital clue.

Lincoln Lewis, who plays Geoff Campbell in the Seven Network drama, was spotted arriving at the marina aboard a Moonshadow vessel after a day-long shoot at Broughton Island with co-star Tessa James, who plays Nicole Franklin.

As the stars disembarked they would not give away any juicy plot secrets but gushed about the beauty of the area.

"We were all just looking around today and it was really beautiful," James said.

"This is our office," Lewis said of Port Stephens.

Viewers have been left guessing whether the two characters will get together as they are caught up in a sordid love triangle with Geoff's ex-girlfriend, Melody.

Seven remained tight-lipped on details of the bay shoot, only revealing the scenes filmed yesterday and today would be seen on Home and Away in the new year.

After a night's rest at Peninsula Nelson Bay, the stars were scheduled to return to the island today.

It's the second visit to Port Stephens for the romantically linked characters, filming at Box Beach in Shoal Bay earlier this year.

 
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