A mysterious woman is perched between the harsh legacy of World War II and the hope of a new life in Australia.
As season two begins, momentous changes await indomitable nurse Sarah Adams and the wealthy Bligh family. Sarah and dashing George Bligh contend with the machinations of his mother to drive them apart. George’s daughter, Anna, is determined to prove her love for the unsuitable Gino, while son James and his pregnant wife, Olivia, face fierce challenges to their marriage.
As Australia faces internal and external threats to its way of life so too do the people of Inverness, and previous alliances and relationships are tested. Sarah's dilemma between her feelings for George and her duty to her husband Rene is exacerbated by a heartbreaking secret. James and Olivia’s relationship is under pressure by the desire of physical fulfilment, while the true parentage of baby George is threatened with exposure. Elizabeth Bligh’s decision to leave Ash Park to explore a life of her own proves more difficult than she thought. The difference between the fairy tale romance of Anna and Gino and the reality of married life threatens to tear them apart.
The first season of the Seven Network television series A Place to Call Home, consisting of 13 episodes, premiered on 28 April 2013 and concluded on 21 July 2013.
As season four begins, nurse Sarah Nordmann and the wealthy Bligh family face new challenges amid sweeping social change in 1950s Australia. Villainous Regina has finally ensnared Bligh patriarch and political aspirant George in marriage, but she continues to plot against Sarah, exploiting the rising fear of Communism to target her rival. As Sarah teams up with formidable dowager Elizabeth to expose Regina, James and his estranged wife, Olivia forge a fragile peace, and Anna strives to advance her literary career.