Bug Bar, the - A bar that was opened to oppose the IV in late 2010. Sophie found out the owner had a sex offense record and sent it to the newspapers, which resulted in the Bug Bar losing business and eventually shutting down.
Callum's flat - A flat that first appeared in 2011, opposite the student flat. Debuted June 2011
Central Hospital - Only seen a couple of times, one being when Alice Piper was sent there to have her baby, all that was shown was her room and the incubator room. Central Hospital is often referred to during the show. The show gives the impression that Central Hospital as a much larger hospital located near Shortland Street. During 1999 the impression was given that Central was a private hospital, as Shortland Street was at the time, this is due the fact that a partial merger took place between both hospitals. More recently there were plans to turn Shortland Street into a satellite hospital managed by Central.
Coltrane - Bar opened in 2004 by Norman Hanson. It was inherited by fiancee Li Mei Chen and manager Jay Copeland after his death in October 2005.
Dogs Day Inn - A bar run originally by Geoff Greenlaw. This bar became the new local bar in 2001 after Lionels bar closed down. This bar contained a restaurant and hotel. In 2003 Nick and Waverly took over the Dogs Day Inn after winning the bar in a poker match and were shocked to find Geoff's body in the freezer.
IV, the - The IV is the local bar which is currently owned by Murray. It is across the road from Shortland Street Hospital and was run by Jay Copeland for 1 year and then by Kieran Mitchell for 3 years until his untimely death. The IV includes a bar, restaurant and accommodation. It has appeared on the show since October 2006.
IV Central - A second IV that Kieran bought with business partner Ethan Pierce in Central Auckland in 2008. It was known for its gang involvement and was eventually sold due to little business.
Kennedy's - A bar bought by Declan Kennedy in his wife Carrie's name in 1993. Carrie latersold the bar to Alex McKenna when Declan was imprisoned and Alex later sold the bar to Jenny Harrison in 1995. in 1996, Jenny sold the bar back to Alex McKenna who gave it to her daughter Rachel as a 21st Birthday present. Rachel renamed Kennedy's as the R-Bar soon afterwards.
Libby and Geralds house - Libby and Gerald old house. Oliver Ritchie was a tenant and kept Libby hostage there.
Lionels - The name of the bar run by Lionel Skeggens, this was the successor to R-Bar run by Rachel McKenna. Lionels had a 1970s style retro fit and continued to run after Lionel exited the show in 1999 right up until 2001 when the bar was closed down.
Matekino - Scotty and Shantis dream house. Scotty and Tracy lived there until August 2011 and currently Sarah Potts lives there with her daughter Tillie . Scene of a murder-suicide. It is now in residence of Bella and Luke. The set retired when Bella sold the house after Luke's death in 2013.
Neilson household - The original household of Marj Neilson, Tom Neilson, Stuart Neilson and Darryl Neilson. Marj sold the house in 1993 a few months after Tom went missing.
Nurses flat, the - The only original set still in the show. Originally the flat where Sam and Steve lived, it is now the home of TK Samuels, Sarah and Tillie Potts. It has changed slightly over the years but not drastically. The large, inset wall cabinet behind the dinner table was once a door that let to the bathroom. There is a sleepout in the back garden.
Potts Primary Care Clinic - The new GP clinic that Sarah opened up in June 2010, Sarah purchased the Shortland Street PCC operation after the DHB made a decision to axe the PCC however was not allowed to operate the business inside Shortland Street. Doctors included Sarah and previously Reuben and Henry was to have a dentistry there. Wendy was the nurse there. Just weeks after the new clinic opened Sarah sold the clinic and eventually accepted a new position at Shortland Street.
R Bar - Originally called Kennedy's, this was the local bar run by Rachael McKenna during the 1990s until it was sold to Lionel in 1998. The bar was given a 1970s retro refit and renamed to Lionel's in 1998.
Scott Spear - A dodgy pharmaceutical company that appeared in 2006 and 2008. It was known for committing manslaughter against many people whom the company sold dodgy drugs to and this being run by corrupt CEO, John Granger. In 2010, it was revealed that the company are facing billions of dollars worth of fines, which means that it is possibly but finally shut down.
Strombolli - The Coffee Shop was a local meeting place for hospital staff as it was located close to the hospital. It was joined to a Gym and was featured for many years. It was originally run by Gina Rossi and after her departure Lionel Skeggins. At the shows beginning in 1992, all coffee shops scenes were filmed on location at an existing venue. Later, a purpose built set identical to the on location venue was constructed in the filming studios.
Warner Mansion, the - The house of Chris Warner, Rachel McKenna, Harry Warner and Phoenix Raynor. Appeared since 2004. Housed many of Chris' ex-girlfriends including Libby Jeffries who accidentally set it alight and renovated it in 2009 to its current look. In 2005, Toni Warner fell down the stairs there causing her baby to miscarriage.
The following are fictional online locations Shortland Street characters often visit when using the Internet.
The Engine - This is a search engine used by characters to find information on the Internet. The site looks very similar to Google Search with a white background and text layout and fonts. The Engine was also used in an episode of Go Girls, even though it was said that they were Googling