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Explore the locations within Victoria’s metropolitan councils and shires. Please select a council area from the map below and follow the link to view a gallery of locations you might like to consider for your next project.
Explore the locations within Victoria’s regional councils and shires. Please select a council area from the map below and follow the link to view a gallery of locations you might like to consider for your next project.
A modern metropolis with historic foundations. Period, contemporary and futuristic. Breathtaking natural landscapes. Beaches, deserts, mountains, forests. Suburbia. Small towns. Coastal villages. All within an hour’s drive of the city.
Victorian locations have been the backdrops to some of the world’s most captivating screen projects, and can double for almost anywhere in the world.
Search for the locations your script calls for, or explore what Victoria has to offer in our Locations Gallery.
Every project has a different scope and unique requirements. We work closely with the right authorities, businesses and communities to ensure filming is a positive experience for everyone. Before filming in Victoria, check out the Victorian Screen Industry Code of Conduct and other useful resources.
From houses and apartments to warehouses, cinemas and country stables, we are always seeking to add new locations to our Locations Gallery.
TV series, films or television commercials – your property could set the scene for Victoria’s next big hit!
Victoria has a strong and proud Aboriginal history stretching back many thousands of years.
The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 requires all Victorians to protect and conserve Aboriginal cultural heritage, and recognises Registered Aboriginal Parties (RAP) as the primary guardians, keepers and knowledge holders of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage.
The Indigenous Map shows the various RAPs in Victoria. You can find out about the cultural significance of a proposed filming location by contacting the relevant RAP directly.
Advice can also be sought from the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council or relevant permitting authority, such as local government and Parks Victoria.