Ramsay Street

Ramsay Street is the fictional cul-de-sac in which the characters of the Australian soap opera Neighbours live. The street is set in the equally fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough. Neighbours storylines primarily centre around the residents of the Street, which was named after the grandfather of original character Max Ramsay (Francis Bell). A storyline within the show saw the name of the street nearly changed to Ramsbottom Street. Harold Bishop (Ian Smith) led a protest against it and won.

Pin Oak Court, in Vermont South, is the real cul-de-sac that doubles for Ramsay Street. All of the houses featured in the show are real and the residents allow Neighbours to shoot external scenes in their front and back gardens. Neighbours has been filmed in Pin Oak Court since the series began in 1985 and it has since become popular with tourists. Tours to the cul-de-sac run throughout the year. The interior scenes are filmed at the Global Television studios in Forest Hill, the adjoining suburb in which Pin Oak Court is located.

In September 2010, Ramsay Street came first in a poll to find out which television property is the best. The open plan houses in the street gained forty per cent of the vote.

Read more about Ramsay Street:  No. 22, No. 24, No. 26, No. 28, No. 30, No. 32

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Ramsay Street - No. 32
... Max lost his mind and promptly left the street and Toadfish Rebecchi moved in ... Ty left the street to join Rachel Kinski in London and Zeke Kinski moved in with Steph after Sunny Lee's parents threatened to bring her home ...
Cassandra Freedman - Reception
... The meanest mum and toughest tart ever in Ramsay Street" and nicknamed her "Cyclone Cass." A writer for Holy Soap said Cassandra's most memorable moment was "When she accidentally-on-purpose got her dress ... was "one of the most annoying characters Ramsay Street has ever seen", while a Western Mail reporter called her the "mother from hell." A Sunday ...
Erinsborough - Ramsay Street
... Ramsay Street is the residential cul-de-sac where many of the characters of Neighbours have lived over the years ... The street was named after the grandfather of original character Max Ramsay (Francis Bell) ... Pin Oak Court, in Vermont South, is the real cul-de-sac that doubles for Ramsay Street ...
Beth Brennan - Storylines - 1992–94
... Beth later visits Lucy is Ramsay Street ... Bunny marry Ken Lawson, when she returns to Ramsay Street, Beth shocks her friends by revealing she is engaged to Rod Baker (Chris Lloyds) who was in his forties ... Rod is annoyed and doesn't want to be with her and leaves Ramsay Street ...
Darren Stark - Storylines - 1993–98
... Cheryl later rents Number 22 Ramsay Street (in order to get to know Lou Carpenter (Tom Oliver)) and she and Darren move in, enabling him to get closer to Debbie ... and grandmother, Marlene Kratz (Moya O'Sullivan) in Ramsay Street ... When a group of Ramsay Street residents go out to Dinner, the lift breaks down and Darren tries to investigate the problem by climbing through the hatch ...

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