The pair have been dating for a few weeks, but are finally seen sharing a romantic moment as they attend a house party together in an upcoming episode.
Morley told TV Week: "The boys are there at the party and just share this intimate moment, as couples do.
"I take my hat off to the producers of Neighbours for going with it and not sensationalising it. There is still a taboo around the subject, but there shouldn't be at all."
The former Home and Away actor said that he and co-star James Mason, who plays Chris, wanted the kiss to look natural.
He explained: "James and I put a lot of time and effort into getting the physicality between our characters right. We didn't want to come across as two straight guys pretending to be gay."
Neighbours airs these scenes next week on Eleven in Australia and in May on Channel 5 in the UK.
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