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The full 2013 Splendour line-up Mumford & Sons (Only Aus Show) Frank Ocean The National (Only Aus Show) Of Monsters & Men Empire Of The Sun Bernard Fanning The Presets TV On The Radio (Only Aus Show) Klaxons Flume Babyshambles Passion Pit Birds Of Tokyo James Blake Architecture In Helsinki Laura Marling Matt Corby Drapht Mystery Band Flight Facilities Polyphonic Spree (Performing Rocky Horror Picture Show) Boy & Bear Fat Freddy's Drop Cold War Kids The Rubens Sarah Blasko Darwin Deez You Am I (Performing Sound As Ever & Hi-Fi Way) Hermitude Haim Airbourne The Drones Ms Mr Gurrumul Everything Everything Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes Cloud Control Portugal.Packed to the Rafters is an Australian family-oriented drama/comedy television series which premiered on the Seven Network on Tuesday 26 August 2008 at pm.The show has continued on Tuesdays in this timeslot for its entire run.It was announced in TV Week that the sixth season of Packed to the Rafters would be the last, with Hugh Sheridan stating: "It's emotional letting go of Rafters – for all of us. I'm really proud we all came back together to send it off." The two-hour series finale of Rafters aired on 2 July 2013, which saw the return of Hugh Sheridan, Jessica Marais, Ryan Corr, Jessica Mc Namee and James Stewart.The long-planned 660-acre site is located at Yelgun, 20 minutes north of Byron Bay.

In 2008, the series was the highest rating regularly broadcast show with an average of 1,939,143 viewers per episode for the first fourteen episodes of season one which screened in 2008.Season 2 received an equal amount of outflowing positivity, with Michael Lallo discovering that "Rafters "lighthearted" tone acts as a cloak, allowing it to address controversial topics without making viewers feel they're being lectured.The result is a feel-good series that's meaty and satisfying".The producer is Jo Porter, who alongside series creator Bevan Lee and writer Antony Ellis are part of the same team responsible for the critically acclaimed series Always Greener, which also set ratings records.

The exterior shots of the Rafter house are filmed on location in Concord, while most house interiors were shot in studios at the Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh.

Of the series's characters, Michael Idato of The Sydney Morning Herald found an "elegance to the performances", going on to further applaud the "gentle, engaging, emotional dynamics" of the characters interactions with each other that also managed to both "enhance its charm and believability at the same time".