A large block building, decorated in cheerful pinks and golds - the hospital is the base medical centre for the surrounding region. The left entrance is the Private section, the right is for the general public. Ambulances arrive in from the back.
The quiet spot of Narragyambie, the lake lies towards the outskirts of town. The perfect spot for personal reflection, a little fishing... or perhaps dumping that wheelie bin you stole from your neighbour.
A wide street, smooth and quiet. Big, leafy trees line either side and reach each other over the road, cut just enough to stay away from the powerlines, and they arch over to create a tunnel of leaves. Perfectly cut lawns and tended gardens adorn either side of the road - it's the winner of Most Beautiful Street (State Competition) 1997, and it's the home of the rich and the upwardly mobile.
Located at the end of a dirt road which turns off Astley Walk. With signs and advertisements that only advertise it as the 'Narrie Native Wildlife Park and Reserve' to Muggle eyes, the place holds a lot more to it than the non-magical eye can see. A tourist attraction, as well as a wildlife rescue shelter, it sees occasional tour groups and in the summers has it's evening 'ghost' tours as well. Managed by Mary Blair, well known for achievements in animal rescue and for building the reserve up with her late husband. Park areas fenced off from animal habitats are free for BBQs, picnics, and children to enjoy the play equipment. To enter the Reserve itself, one must book ahead and be accompanied by a Park Ranger or Volunteer Guide. (Wizards will receive the full tour, and get to see magical animals as well as native.)