Erinsborough isn't a particularly large town. Most of the events in Neighbours focus around a handful of businesses and locations. The main local points of reference are as follows:
The General Store - the Erinsborough general store which is actually a cafe and Post Office. It's owned by Lou Carpenter and Harold Bishop, although it was originally run by Daphne Lawrence under the trading name Daphne's. Since then the shop has had a variety of names including The Hungry Bite, The Holy Roll and The Coffee Shop.
Scarlet Bar - the bar owned by Paul Robinson, previously known as The Waterhole, Chez Chez and Lou's Pub.
Lassiter's Hotel - the hotel complex currently owned by Paul Robinson. It was originally owned by Jack Lassiter before Rosemary Daniels and the Daniels/Robinson Corporation took over.
Erinsborough Medical Centre - this used to be Paul's office at Lassiter's Hotel, before being converted by Karl Kennedy into a medical centre. The legal firm Tim Collins and Associates currently shares the building.
Erinsborough High - the main school in Neighbours where most of the Ramsay Street kids attend. Susan Kennedy was the principal, before her unfortunate accident.
A Good Hair Day - the hairdressers salon owned by Gino Esposito which previously employed Lyn Scully and Janelle Timmins.
Carpenter's Mechanics - Lou's old car garage which was later bought by Drew Kirk
Grease Monkeys - the Erinsborough fast food restaurant, where Flick Scully, Tad Reeves and Sky Mangel have all worked
Eden Hills - a rich suburb near Erinsborough
Ansons Corner: - a suburb near Erinsborough
Elliot Park - another suburb near Erinsborough
West Waratah - a poor suburb near Erinsborough where the Timmins family used to reside.