Jackie Woodburne is a Neighbours veteran and she ‘delivers a performance of a life time’ since being given the privilege of appearing as the final scene in episode 7.

Veteran Neighbours star Jackie Woodburne has delivered the performance of a lifetime after she was given the honour of filming the soap’s final scene on Friday.

As the 37-year old series ends, the actress Susan Kennedy, now 66, will talk about friendship and family.

According to The Sun Jackie will keep a record of Ramsay Street’s highs and lowest points before sending a warm message to her ‘good neighbors’.

Last line: Neighbours veteran Jackie Woodburne, 66, (pictured) will 'deliver the performance of a lifetime' after she was given the honour of filming the last scene in the final episode

Last line: Jackie Woodburne, Neighbours’ veteran (pictured), will “deliver the performance that a lifetime” after being given the privilege of filming one final scene for the finale episode.

According to a source, Jackie was “very much considered the soap’s Matriarch,” the publication reported.

“It was right for her to speak the final words.”

She delivers the best performance of all time. 

Tribute: According to The Sun, Jackie remembers the highs and lows of Ramsay Street before ending with a heartfelt message to all the 'good neighbours'. Pictured with Alan Fletcher

Tribute: The Sun reports that Jackie remembered the highs, lows and joys of Ramsay Street. She then ended her story with a touching message for all his ‘good neighbors’. Photographed by Alan Fletcher

Neighbours was axed after the UK’s Channel 5 decided in March not to renew its contract with production company Fremantle to finance and broadcast the series. 

Jackie was captured chatting with the crew before driving away after filming a short scene.

Neighbours announced in March that production would cease on the long-running soap due to lack of financial backing.

That's a wrap! End of the road: Neighbours announced in March that production would cease on the long-running soap due to lack of financial backing

It’s over! The end of the road. Neighbours in March announced that the soap’s production would be halted due to financial difficulties.

“We’re so sorry, Neighbours has ceased production after almost 37 years of broadcasting and nearly 9,000 episodes,” the show’s Twitter account stated.

“Following our loss of the UK’s key broadcast partner, we have taken the following steps. [Channel 5]Even after extensive searches for alternate funding sources, there is no other option than to end the program.

“To our incredible, loyal fans, it’s a great disappointment. This is the same for all of us. We are grateful for your kind words and support, and we promise to wrap up the show on a high. Now, Neighbours will be celebrated. 

Sad: 'It is with sadness that after nearly 37 years and almost 9,000 episodes broadcast, we are confirming Neighbours will cease production in June,' production company Fremantle said

It’s sad: “It’s with sadness that we confirm Neighbours will cease production after almost 37 years of broadcasting and nearly 9,000 episodes,” Fremantle, the production company, stated.