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.

The Indigenous Map shows the various Registered Aboriginal Parties in Victoria. You can contact the RAP directly or the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council for further information.

From stunning coastlines to dramatic desert landscapes and everything in between, Victoria is home to a range of diverse and accessible locations. Find the perfect location for your next project in our Locations Gallery.

EXPLORE WHAT VICTORIA HAS TO OFFER

One of the reasons that we chose Melbourne was the city's alleyways, they were great, exactly what we needed. As for Melbourne itself, the central business district worked really well for us in creating a large Texas city. There was a huge amount of variety in Melbourne that allowed us to really play with the various locations.

Gary Foster Executive Producer, Ghost Rider

We had a particular need for deciduous trees to match the Northern United States. We found them all over the city and at various farm locations that were close. In fact, we build the farm environment for Charlotte's Web about an hour from downtown.

Jordan Kerner Producer, Charlotte's Web

Before Filming in Victoria

Depending on the scope and requirements of your project, you may need to consult with relevant authorities, businesses, community groups, residents and individuals who may be affected by proposed filming activities. For further information, check out the Victorian Screen Industry Code of Conduct

Register your locations

Do you own or manage a place you've always thought would make a great film location?

We're always eager to add new locations to our collection and there's no limit to what we might need. If you're in possession of a house, apartment, old horse stable, field with a lake, mansion, warehouse, snow resort, cinema (anything!), and you would like to promote it as film-friendly, let us know!

Indigenous map

View RAP Map

The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 requires all Victorians to protect and conserve Aboriginal cultural heritage. Production companies and their representatives should determine whether proposed film locations are in areas of cultural significance to the Aboriginal people of Victoria.

Information about the cultural significance of a location can be obtained by the relevant permitting authority, such as local government, Parks Victoria or the Department of Sustainability and Environment. Advice should also be sought from the relevant Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP), an organisation legally responsible for managing and protecting Aboriginal cultural heritage for a given area in Victoria.

The Indigenous Map shows the various RAPs in Victoria. You can contact the RAP directly or the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council for further information.