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.

Film Victoria presents the annual Women in Games Lunch during MIGW. 

EXPLORE WHAT VICTORIA HAS TO OFFER

Shannon Loftis

Shannon Loftis is General Manager for Studios 1st Party Publishing on Team Xbox. Shannon has been with Microsoft for 23 years, and making games for the vast majority of that time.  

Shannon studied computer science and mathematics at Duke University. She joined Microsoft in 1993 and quickly migrated to the Games group. Her earliest work focused on the creation of online card games, utilizing the emerging consumer potential of the internet and social game design. As publishing producer, Shannon was responsible for multiplayer games across PC, Xbox, and Xbox 360, including the Madness series (Motocross Madness, Monster Truck Madness and Midtown Madness), Project Gotham Racing, the Fable series, the Viva Pinata series, Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts, and many others. In total, Shannon has contributed to more than 40 games.

Additionally, Shannon has built and managed many global teams at Microsoft. In 2007, Shannon started a European games publishing unit in the UK, focusing on creating market-appropriate content for European consumers and integrating acquired studios. In 2009, Shannon created the Good Science studio from the ground up to explore the potential for, greenlight, and ship Kinect including creating core technology and many Kinect games. Most recently, she was responsible for the establishment of the PICS (platform alignment/content support) group in Xbox focused on broadening Microsoft’s game offerings to all Microsoft platforms.

In her free time, Shannon enjoys gaming, travelling, hiking, running, parkour, spending time with her husband and sons, and attending family reunions.

Jen MacLean

After beginning her career working at Microprose Software in 1992, Jen joined AOL in 1996, where she became Programming Director for the Games Channel.

She went on to become Vice President and General Manager of Games at Comcast Corporation,[4] and the Chair of the Board of Directors for the International Game Developers Association.

An industry veteran with over twenty years of experience and a member of the IGDA since 2000, Jen was named one of the "Game Industry's 100 Most Influential Women" by Next Generation and one of the top 20 Women in Games by Gamasutra.

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.