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    Home and Away stars party the night away for Lincoln Younes’ birthday

    Home and Away stars have some of the tightest friendships we’ve ever seen between coworkers, so it’s no wonder that when a big birthday rolls around, past and present Summer Bay alums go all out.

    Current and former Home and Away stars partied the night away aboard a beautiful boat on Sydney Harbour to celebrate Lincoln Younes’ 30th birthday.

    Marny Kennedy, who portrayed Rachael Young on the drama last year, documented the festivities on Instagram.

    “Was supposed to be in Sydney for a few days to celebrate Lincoln’s 30th birthday last weekend. Two changed flights later (and a twist of the arm from) @alyciajasmin) I ended up spending the entire week making up for some serious lost time,” she wrote.

    “My heart honestly hasn’t felt this full in a year. So here are all my favorite moments.”

    Alycia Debnam Carey of The Carrie Diaries, Sarah Tilleke of Survivor, Fely Irvine of Hi-5, and Tai Hara and Cassie Howarth of Home and Away were among those who joined in the nautical celebrations.

    While other celebrities danced around to music and frolicked in the harbour, Marny videotaped herself jokingly shoving Lincoln off into the ocean.

    Lincoln’s 30th birthday was on January 31st, so the party was a little late.

    Several of the actor’s well-known acquaintances flocked to Instagram to wish him a happy birthday.

    “Haaapppyyyyy birthday bro! Hope you had an exquisite day! First pic needs to be on the wall! Amazing,” former Home and Away star Todd Lasance commented underneath a throwback photo of Lincoln.

    “This is everything. You’re a honey. Happy birthday Beautiful darling man xxx,” Summer Bay alum Charlotte Best wrote, while Lynne McGranger commented: “Happy birthday lovely. Hope you’re celebrating in style ?”

    “Happy birthday handsome ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” Georgie Parker, who plays Roo Stewart on the long-running soap, affectionately commented.

    Lincoln played River Boy Casey Braxton on Home and Away from 2011 until 2014, saying his co-stars felt like “family”.

    “It was a chapter of my life that I will forever be grateful for,” he said last year.

    And his career has gone from strength to strength ever since leaving the Bay.

    He appeared in a number of local productions, including Doctor Doctor and Love Child, before moving to the United States and landing roles in films like Grand Hotel, in which he co-starred with Eva Longoria.

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