Boarding House, Sydney
Irene Fisher owns this boarding house in Sydney.
Fiona Thompson goes into partnership with her, putting in the
money to do the place up.
Residents seen on-screen: Irene Fisher,
Terry Hansen, Lynn Palmer, Bob 'Mitch' Mitchell, Jill O'Donnel,
Fee O'Donnel, Andy Green, Cheri Nolan, Roland Armstrong, Chris
Bainbridge, Kelly Burns
Irene also sets up surgery here after deciding
to resume her medical career. After Irene and Fiona both lose
most of their money in a failed investment in coffee futures,
they decide to put the place on the market.
County Court of Victoria, Melbourne
The County Court of Victoria, in Melbourne, where
Terry Hansen is tried for abducting Fee O'Donnel.
Fisher House, Sydney
Residents seen on-screen: Todd Fisher,
Nat Fisher, Karen Fox, Irene Fisher (while married to Nat),
Jill O'Donnel, Fee O'Donnel
David Palmer's Country House, Melbourne (Lot
16, Barker Road, Warrandyte 3113)
After David and Beryl Palmer divorce, Beryl buys
out David's share of the Palmer house in Albert Park. David
uses the money to pursue his dream of buying a place in the
country - this property in Sunbury (later referred to as
being in Warrandyte).
Residents seen on-screen: David Palmer,
Patricia Morrell, Mike O'Brien, Heather O'Brien, Katie O'Brien,
Leigh Palmer, Tim Palmer, Leanne Watson, Charlie Bartlett, Brett
Keegan, Donna Palmer, Caroline Morrell, Craig Maxwell, Debbie
Halliday, Andy Green, Alison Carr
In 1986, David asks Beryl to marry him again.
She initially says 'yes' but then has second thoughts and turns
him down. David decides to go off travelling around Australia
and he puts the property up for sale.
Brandon House, Sydney
The house in Sydney where Alan Brandon was raised
by his father, George, and his stepmother, Fay.
Charlie Bartlett's House, Sydney
The house next door to the Dural mansion, in Sydney,
where Charlie Bartlett lives when she isn't on one of her many
Residents seen on-screen: Charlie Bartlett,
Leigh Palmer, Katie O'Brien, Alison Carr, Wayne Hamilton, Ginny
Doyle, Pamela Hudson, Greg Hudson, Sarah Hudson, Todd Buckley
Shack Owned by Barney Adams, Sydney
A shack outside Sydney owned by Barney Adams.
This is where Bob 'Mitch' Mitchell takes Amanda when he needs
some time with her to convince her that she can love him.
After Patricia's boobytrapped wheelchair explodes
at David's house in Sunbury, near Melbourne, the casualties
are taken to this hospital. Barney Adams dies here after his
heart gives out during an operation to treat his injuries and
Alan Brandon is pronounced as being completely paralysed after
having been hit at the base of his spine by a piece of metal
which flew out from the wheelchair as it blew up. David and
Alison are treated here after being rescued from a freezer that
Jean Hopkins locks them in in 1986.
Children's Home, Albert Park, Melbourne
The Children's Home near Albert Park, Melbourne,
where Beryl Palmer and Heather O'Brien work voluntarily and
where Leigh Palmer takes the missing baby Robert after she finds
him on Beryl's front doorstep. Beryl subsequently snatches Robert
from here when she recognises him in one of the prams.
Tate Apartment, Melbourne
Residents seen on-screen: Adam Tate, Sally
O'Brien House, Brisbane
When the O'Briens decide to leave Melbourne and
start a new life in Brisbane, they move into this property.
Residents seen on-screen: Mike O'Brien,
Heather O'Brien, Katie O'Brien, Tim Palmer
Morrell Town House, Sydney
When Caroline Morrell becomes sick and tired of
everything negative that's happening at the Morrell apartment,
she decides to move out and buy a place of her own - this town
house, in Sydney.
Residents seen on-screen: Caroline Morrell,
Caroline sells after Alison uses blackmail to
force Caroline to sign over all her money.
Crossley House, Sydney
Chris Bainbridge works at Crossley House in Sydney
after completing the psychiatric treatment he undergoes following
his attempts to kill Fiona for publishing Barney Adams' diaries.
Irene Fisher also helps out here voluntarily, and Leo Walsh
works here as a gardener until he's arrested for the murder
of Roger Carlyle.