Locations

Spotlight

Locations

Tasmanian locations range from urban cityscapes to delightful heritage villages. Soft rolling hills can be found near imposing cliffs and dark mountains. Picturesque harbours sit alongside stunning white sand beaches and lonely, windswept coastlines. And as the second most protected land mass on Earth after Antarctica, Tasmania offers wilderness locations unlike any other.

Below are just a few examples of what is on offer in Tasmania. If you have a specific need, please email info@screen.tas.gov.au with as much detail as possible about your requirements and we will contact you directly.



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Coastal

Stanley, beneath The Nut

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Coastal

Honeymoon Bay, Freycinet

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Coastal

Dover

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Coastal

The Monument Rock, Bruny Island

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Coastal

Bay of fires

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Period and rural

Adamsfield hut

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Period and rural

Burnett's Farm near Borradaile

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Period and rural

Clarendon House, Evandale

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Period and rural

Terraces, Launceston

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Period and rural

Strathbarton near Apsley

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Urban

Hobart CBD

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Urban

Hobart CBD

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Urban

Hobart CBD

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Urban

Hobart Docks

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Urban

Hobart Docks

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Wilderness

Cradle Mountain

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Wilderness

Derwent

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Wilderness

Lake Pedder

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Wilderness

National Park rainforest

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Wilderness

Shacks at Mt Field

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The URL for this page is: http://www.screen.tas.gov.au/film_in_tasmania/locations    This page was last modified on 27th September 2011 .