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Season 5 episodes (8)

1 Episode 1
It's back to work at McCallum Real Estate - thinking of ways to attract new clients and fixing problems around the town.
2 Episode 2
Emma has a new magic eight ball, Daniel has a health scare which leads to a confronting situation with his ex, Grace and together they try to solve a problem with an overbearing landlord.
3 Episode 3
Grace organises a fun run that only Daniel and Emma turn up to. After they try to resolve a relationship problem they work out a way to show Grace just how much the town cares.
4 Episode 4
Emma and Daniel witness the Rosehaven Bakery get robbed and they take it upon themselves to try and solve the crime.
5 Episode 5
Always looking for new ways to drum up business, Barbara tells Daniel and Emma to sign up for a cooking competition which will hopefully result in a new dish on the pub menu with naming rights.
6 Episode 6
Daniel and Emma lead a group of potential buyers to the countryside blind folded in an effort to sell a property without saying where it is.
7 Episode 7
It's time for Barbara to choose a successor, and it might not be the obvious choice.
8 Episode 8
Barbara's retirement isn't going to plan. She's retraining and needs the help of Daniel and Emma.

About this show

Luke McGregor is Daniel McCallum, who returns to his rural Tasmanian hometown, Rosehaven, to help his intimidating mother with her real estate business. He gets a surprise when his best friend from the mainland, Emma (Celia Pacquola), turns up on his doorstep - on the run from a marriage so fresh her husband is still on their honeymoon.
47 reviews
A Google user
October 26, 2017
Love this show. I grew up in a small country town and this comedy shows the funny side of living in a regional area. The stars obviously have a great friendship on and off screen. Luke and Celia (Daniel and Emma in the show) are some of the best comedic talent in Australia. The humour is subtle at times and mixes well with some of the more heartfelt moment. The show feels genuine and kind. Well written, brilliant comedic timing and a wonderful down-to-earth cast. My favourite scene in season 1 involves some tomato sauce and a bakery. Season 2 has just started as I write this review. Get on board and catch up!!
15 people found this review helpful
September 3, 2020
Rosehaven and its story line is fantastic. Makes you feel like part of the town scene as you observe Daniel and Emma's friendship endure a variety of complications. Each episode is a well rounded mix of drama and comedy. I highly recommend Rosehaven and am excited for more seasons.
Thiru Murugan Ponnusamy
May 30, 2022
Binge watching Rosehaven (finished Season 3 now) on Amazon Prime, absolutely loving it. Aussie humour at its best. You are great, Celia! Thanks for all the laughs, Emma and Daniel!!! 😂🎉👏