Unlike planets, most cybersites are not rounded by their own gravity, an exception being Poddleville.
The relative locations and physics between cybersites seem to be inconsistent, and maps of Cyberspace differ between episodes. In some episodes, sites are implied to move relative to each other.
List of cybersites
|Aquari-Yum||An underwater cybersite that is inside a giant fishbowl. The site contains numerous rock formations and plants that have the appearance of food. It is the home of Icky, other cyber aquatic creatures, and a mermaid named Binary. Without Icky, the site will boil over and be destroyed. Appears in episodes 116, 123, 306, and 402.|
|Bernie's Black Hole||A Black Hole that is guarded by a sentry named Bernie who charges disposal fees for objects dumped into the hole. He bases the rate on his appraisal of the worth of the object being disposed, and the black hole will not dispose of any unpaid items. Appears in episodes 310 and 503.|
|Botlyn||Botlyn is an urban cybersite that appears in "A Garden Grows in Botlyn". It is notable for the Botlyn Botanic Garden and the native Cyberheart flower that only grows there.|
|Botopolis||The setting of Cyberchase 3D Builder and Cyberchase Shape Quest.|
|Bottawa||Bottawa is a snowy and windy cybersite where they celebrate Reboot Eve|
|Calamore||A cybersite that is freezing cold, snowy and icy. It is the location of the Crystal of Calamore. Appears only in episode 111.|
|Canalia is a cybersite that first appeared in episode 1110, "Back to Canalia's Future". The cybersite has a water-based economy and its citizens travel in gondolas in water canals instead of cars on roads.|
|Castleblanca||A Halloween-themed cybersite, full of castles and cyborg monsters. Also the one and only place to get cryoxide. Appears in episodes 102, 114, 405, 406, 501, 509 and appears very briefly in others.|
|Cyber Grand Council Building||A multi-purpose building with a top and a bottom set of floors that appear identical to one and other. Some floors were underneath the ground floor. There are at least 19 floors on each side, although the only "negative" floor of importance was -5. Appears in episode 121.|
|Penguia (Cyberia)||A cybersite that appears to be winter all the time. It is a home of penguins, underground chambers and booby traps. Appears in episodes 403, 602, 702, and 802.|
|CyberMall||A mall in the Cyberchase online game, The Quest. Exclusive only for the aforesaid game.|
|Cybrary||A library that contains all the information that one can find about Cyberspace. There are 20 floors and ways to go to the floor including Cybercart, Mail Tube or the Teleporter Pad. Appears in episodes 210, 308, and 311.|
|Discardia||A site where all the garbage in Cyberspace goes to when it is thrown away. Ships can lose their power when they try to land there, for they would have to land in all the junk. Appears in episodes 312, 405, 502 and 509.|
|EcoHaven||A wildlife cybersite, and a sanctuary for all kinds of rare, exotic and wonderful animals. It is the home of Chewcrocca, and Nero the Animal Hero. Appears in episodes 301 and 504.|
|Ecotopia||Another wildlife cybersite. It is a safe haven for many animals with many preserves. It is also the location to the reset button for all of Cyberspace.|
|The home of Ted, the only person who lives on the Cybersite. Appears in only episode 1108|
|Eureeka||The home of Professor Archimedes, creator of the Encryptor Chip, and his assistants Eukie and Reeka. This cybersite is mainly a barren wasteland. Appears in episodes 113, 123, and 204.|
|Factoria has a Packaging Center|
|The Forest||A cybersite of forests and meadows where the last Good Luck Charm of Cyberspace lives. Appears in episodes 112 and 125.|
|Frogsnorts||A school and land for wizards, and is the home of magical creatures, Professor Stumblesnore and Shari Spotter. Appears in episodes 203, 311, 401 and 604.|
|Garden||A cybersite that seems to lead into Control Central, and a place where Madre Bonitas grow. Appears in episodes 116, 204, 206, 214 and 509.|
|Gardenia||A small cybersite with plants...|
|A cybersite parrallel to Hollywood, where the celebration of Starlight Night takes place and celebrity cyborgs, such as Mary Pat and Brittney Wholesome (parodies of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), live. Mr. Zero, a man who's not famous and feels as if he shouldn't exist, lives there as well. Seen in episodes 303, 312 and 701.|
|Golftopia||A cybersite that has a golf theme and is filled with golf balls that contain a special substance called equalibreas. Known residents include Gimme and Dewy the Deedle Beast. Seen in episode 706.|
|Happily Ever After||A fairytale-themed cybersite full of fairytale characters such as the Three Little Pigs, Humpty Dumpty, Jack (from Jack and the Beanstalk), Chicken Little and many others. It is also the origin home of the villain Wicked. Appears in episodes 108, 122, 203, 204, briefly in 406, 503, 505, 506, and 603.|
|Helping Hand Land||A very happy-go-lucky cybersite full of rainbows, smiley faces, friends who help people, and it's the destination of healing stone and Harriet Hippo. It only appears in episodes 203 and 310.|
|Joe's Cleaning Station||A place where cyberships can be washed and/or repaired and is run by the cyborg named Joe, who is usually seen with Hacker. Appears in episodes 121, 408, and 507.|
|Jimaya||Mainly a jungle-site with a large Mayan-like pyramid located in the center. Appears in episodes 307 and 607.|
|Jungolia||A jungle cybersite and the native home of the Funky Flower and Funky Flower Beetle.|
|Memoryville||The cybersite where the championship game of "Slugball" takes place, and the greater location of the Memory Bank where all the memory in cyberspace is stored. Appears in Season 6.|
|Mobius||A small cybersite that appears to have no inhabitants. It is made out of a set of odd train tracks, and is in a shape of a Möbius strip, Appears in episode 113, and is mentioned in "Lost My Marbles" and "A Day at the Spa".|
|Motherboard Control Central||The home of Motherboard, and the center-place in Cyberspace where Jackie, Matt and Inez usually meets up with her and Digit. Appears in many episodes.|
|Mount Olympus||A cybersite based off of Greek mythology, full of mythological figures and Gods such as Zeus, Atlas, the Three Fates, and Cerberus. Most of what the Cybersquad does in their quests are similar to what actual mythological characters had to do, such as hiding under moving sheep to hide from the Cyclops. Appears in episodes 106, 126, and 406, as well as other brief appearances.|
|Northern Frontier||A barren wasteland at the far parts of cyberspace, and the home of Hacker. It appears in many episodes.|
|Nowhere||A barren landscape surrounded by mountains, and it's the only cybersite in such a state that is populated by several cybercitizens. All of these citizens deal with a currency of old donuts because they want the donuts to last forever that when they're stale, but some also deal with trading. It is the home of Scritters, and is rich with magnetite and power crystals. Appears in episodes 120 and 304.|
|Parabola||A cybersite that Delete mentions while pretending to be a pilot in "The Secrets of Symmetria".|
|Penguia||Penguia is a place filled with penguins. It has been featured in episodes 403, 602, 702, and 802.|
|Polynomia||A tropical cybersite that Hacker and Wicked had vacationed in, depicted in Hacker's photo album in "A Fraction of a Chance".|
|Spheres of Fears|
|Tallywonka||Mentioned in "EcoHaven Ooze".|
|Tomb of Rom|
|Valussa||Shown in "How It All Started: Webisode 2". Was the first Cybersite Hacker terrorized, before Digit thwarted his plans|
- "Harriet Hippo and the Mean Green"
- "How It All Started: Webisode 1". "Throughout Cyberspace there are thousands of places called cybersites, each very different from the other, and all under the watchful eye of their thoughtful and peace-loving leader: Motherboard."
- "Escape from Merlin's Maze"
- "Parks and Recreation"
- THIRTEEN’s Emmy® Award-Winning Series Cyberchase Launches Season 11 with Halloween-Themed Episode October 23 on PBS KIDS. THIRTEEN.
- "Totally Rad"
- "R-Fair City"