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Wonthaggi

Wonthaggi

Located 130 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, Wonthaggi is the largest town in Bass Coast Shire and is the main service centre for South Gippsland.   Six wind turbines to the south of the town supply power to the national grid and it is also the site for the world’s biggest desalination plant which is currently under construction. Read more

MAP: Memory and Place

ACMI in the regions - East Gippsland

Swifts Creek

Blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, the beaches and walking tracks of Eastern Victoria are majestic. From the ocean to the the inland waterways of the Gippsland Lakes you can enjoy surfing, boating or bushwalking.

RED HILL

Red Hill

The picturesque town of Omeo was selected as the location for Australian feature film Red Hill, a modern day Western written and directed by Patrick Hughes. Starring Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), the production was shot in July and August 2009. Red Hill premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival on 14 February 2010. One reviewer described the film as "a good, tense contemporary Western. Traditional in tone - a satisfying, stylish thriller".

Interview with Patrick Hughes

Assistance

The Councils throughout Gippsland have joined forces to showcase just a sample of the potential settings our region can offer film makers. The online Locations Library is your window to our world and we will endeavor to make filming in Gippsland as effortless as possible by streamlining necessary permissions and supplying local information, resources and guidance.

Policy & Funding

Local council film policies are in place to make the production process easier while attractive financial incentives are available for filming in the region.