BUSHFIRE UPDATES: Refer to the QFES Facebook or Twitter for up to date alerts and information. Outages and other emergency information (such as evacuation centres) will also be published on our disaster dashboard when required.

WATER CONSERVATION: Water operations at Cressbrook Dam are back online following days of emergency works from Ergon Energy and our staff. However, while systems come back up to full operational speed we're urging everyone on the Toowoomba Bulk Water Supply to continue conserving water. Read more here.

DONATIONS: Donations towards townships affected by the fires can be made via Givit.

 

 

 

Filming & photography location ideas

We have many, many great locations worthy of a screen or photograph backdrop. The following ideas might help you understand our numerous jaw-dropping rural scenes, our active small towns or our buzzing city lives.

The Region has many attractions including urban and rural scenes, industrial, historical, friendly towns, hundreds of parks, open space and bushland and many historic locations. If you are after something specific, please contact us but here are just a few examples.

  • Abandoned quarries
  • Abandoned factories and buildings
  • Bridges
  • Heritage buildings and streetscapes
  • Farms, farmland, country landscape and homesteads
  • Forest / bush
  • Grassy Plains
  • Remote & rural roads
  • Rivers, Creeks Streams
  • Train-stations
  • Walking and mountain bike trails
  • Waterfalls

Some of these locations are featured in the Screen Australia database.

Filming support services

We also have the necessary infrastructure to help support small and large scale productions. Eg:

  • Hotels, motels and many other accommodation options
  • Airport and aerodromes
  • Crane hire companies
  • Catering
  • Construction
  • Electricians
  • Building & construction supplies
  • Art stores
  • Security companies
  • Mechanics
  • Vintage car and plane owners and clubs
  • Labour hire companies
  • Etc...
Last Updated: Monday, 12 February 2018 15:24
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