Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of (DADHC)Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of (DADHC)
Contact Emma de Voss Position Manager, Communications / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8270 2464 Fax (02) 8270 2110 email@example.com Website http://www.dadhc.nsw.gov.au Description
DADHC can advise on issues concerning older people, people with a disability and their carers. They can also advise on accessibility issues such as captioning, Auslan, and venue accessibility.
Agriculture - Department of Primary IndustriesAgriculture - Department of Primary Industries
Location Primary Industries, NSW Department of Contact Tom Braz (Department of Primary Industries) Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 6391 3579 Switch Phone (02) 6391 3100 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au Description
General contact for information on food and fibre production, growing seasons and localities. For Belgenny Farm, see separate entry.
Allphones Arena (previously known as Acer Arena)Allphones Arena (previously known as Acer Arena)
Address Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127 Contact Louise Ruxton Position Sales Manager Business Events / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8765 4375 Switch Phone (02) 8765 4321 Fax (02) 8765 4333 LRuxton@allphonesarena.com.au Website http://www.allphonesarena.com.au Description
Allphones Arena (formerly Acer Arena pka Sydney Superdome) is the largest multi-use live entertainment and sporting arena in Australia. It is one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly arenas in the world. Seven versatile venues with capacities between 200 and 21,000. World class conference and function facility. Mostly used for drama / commercials / airport terminal. Have filmed commercials for Vodafone, Samsung, Woolworths, Holden and Toyota. The foyer with its large escalators is often used to double for an airport foyer.
Ambulance (Department of Health)Ambulance (Department of Health)
Contact Peter Harvey Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9391 9574 email@example.com Description
For script, uniform and technical/fleet assistance, initially contact the Department of Health.
Animal Welfare League NSWAnimal Welfare League NSW
Contact Damien Thiele Position Chief Inspector / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8777 3300 Fax (02) 9606 0560 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.animalwelfareleague.com.au Description
There is a legislative requirement to contact Animal Welfare League or the RSPCA in using animals for film/television.
ANZ StadiumANZ Stadium
Art Gallery of New South WalesArt Gallery of New South Wales
Attorney General's DepartmentAttorney General's Department
Australian Maritime Safety AuthorityAustralian Maritime Safety Authority
Contact Tracey Jiggins Position Public Relations Manager, Public Affairs Department / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 6279 5093 email@example.com Website http://www.amsa.gov.au Description
Controls major lighthouses along Australian coastline. Allow two weeks notice for film inquiries. Restricted access applies for some lighthouses, due to OHS concerns.
Australian MuseumAustralian Museum
Address 6 College Street Sydney, NSW 2010 Contact Mark Connolly Position Venue Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9320 6182 Fax (02) 9332 4540 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.amonline.net.au Description
The Australian Museum, founded in 1827, is the oldest natural history museum in Australia and this imposing sandstone building offers a range of galleries and exhibitions (both modern and historic), including the famous Skeleton Gallery. The venue also offers interesting interiors including scientific laboratories, archives, long empty corridors, prehistoric artefacts and historic features.
Australian National Maritime MuseumAustralian National Maritime Museum
Address 2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000 Contact Jude Timms Position Media Assistant / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9298 3645 Fax (02) 9298 3670 email@example.com Website http://www.anmm.gov.au Description
Historic Vessels: MB174 Epic Lass, a handsome ex-Navy officers' launch built in 1936 at the Naval Dockyard, Garden Island, is used by the Museum for transporting VIP guests on the Harbour. Bareki, a 40-year-old timber tugboat built to a World War II Australian design at Goat Island shipyard on Sydney Harbour for the Maritime Services Board, and now assists with handling other vessels in the collection. Akarana, 1888 gaff-rigged racing cutter from New Zealand which raced in Australia during the Centenary celebrations and has now been fully restored. Kathleen Gillett, a gaff-rigged ketch built in Sydney to a Norwegian design, in which artist Jack Earl entered the first Sydney to Hobart yacht race in 1945. John Louis is a sturdy Broome pearling lugger recalling the colourful heyday of the northern Australian pearling industry. Carpentaria is an uncrewed iron lightship built in 1926. Thistle, a 1903 open, sloop-rigged couta fishing boat from Port Fairy, Victoria. Krait the World War II commando raider (on loan from the Australian War Memorial). Advance, a modern, Bofors-armed Attack Class patrol boat. Vampire is the Museum's largest vessel and the last Daring Class destroyer in Australia. Tu Do a Vietnamese ex-fishing boat used as a refugee boat in the 1970s. Sekar Aman, a traditional Indonesian sailing lete-lete. HMAS Onslow, the second last remaining of the Royal Australian Navy's 6 Oberons, a former Royal Australian Navy Class submarine, is on permanent display at the Museum. You can venture down inside the submarine as it is in near active service condition. HMB Endeavour is a replica of Captain Cook's famous vessel of discovery. As well as vessels, the National Maritime Collection comprises the entire spectrum of heritage objects and art works covering discovery and exploration, commerce and travel by sea including immigration, naval matters, sport and recreation and Aboriginal & Torres Strait marine cultures. Several extensive B/W photo collections offer images of Sydney Harbour activity and vessels over the first half of the 20th century. Access to reproductions of photos and artworks is generally good, although the filming of collection objects can normally take place only on Museum premises under staff supervision.
Australian Pioneer VillageAustralian Pioneer Village
Primary Contact In the first instance, please contact Screen Central NSW & Western Sydney for all filming inquiries. Address Rose Street, Wilberforce NSW Contact Kerry Gannell Position Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4575 1216 Website http://www.theaustralianapioneervillage.com.au/ Description
The Australian Pioneer Village is a tourist attraction portraying the life of the early settlers with Heritage listed buildings, picnic lawns and entertainment.
Australian Technology Park Conference & Exhibition CentreAustralian Technology Park Conference & Exhibition Centre
Address Locomotive Street Eveleigh NSW 2015 Contact Ruby Chronis Position Director, Sales & Marketing / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9209 4427 Fax (02) 9209 4439 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.atp.com.au Description
Historical and modern settings fuse technology with grandeur; Victorian Exhibition Hall catering to 5000 guests, an industrial Blacksmiths' Workshop, 520-seat tiered Theatre, 137-seat tiered theatrette and thirteen seminar rooms accommodating 3 to 190 delegates. Wireless LAN network. Secure onsite parking. Located 7 minutes from the city and 10 minutes from the airport. Close to public transport.
Barangaroo Delivery AuthorityBarangaroo Delivery Authority
Belgenny FarmBelgenny Farm
Address Elizabeth Macarthur Avenue, South Camden NSW 2570 Location Primary Industries, NSW Department of Contact Lyndal Bruce Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4654 6800 Switch Phone (02) 4655 9651 Fax (02) 4655 9657 email@example.com Website http://www.belgennyfarm.com.au Description
Background and Access: Belgenny Farm is the Birthplace of Australia's Agriculture and Australia's oldest working farm. Belgenny Farm is part of the historic 'Camden Park' property of 5,000 acres, granted in 1805 to John & Elizabeth Macarthur. It comprises the oldest group of farm buildings in Australia. Camden is located approximately 1 hour from Sydney's CBD allowing day travel. There is abundant accommodation nearby. The layout is typical of European farms of the period. The building structures are predominantly local ironbark timber sawed on the property. The property itself is part of the Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute and is owned by the NSW Government. The farm and its buildings are heritage listed and set in a rural background. The site has ample car parking space (2 acres) and is located close to the buildings on site. There are dirt roads throughout the site also allowing easy access to buildings. Power: The site has 3 phase power. Building and site features: Belgenny farm features The Granary (function room that will seat 200 guests), vineyard, dovecote, creamery, an old oak tree, Belgenny cottage, courtyard and bell, community hall, stables, engine room, Mulberry trees, wool wagon, blacksmith shop, slaughter house, shearing shed, a well, carpenter's shop, pigsties and a smokehouse. Animals: Macarthur Merinos - NSW Department of Primary Industries maintain approximately 1000 of these sheep living historical artefacts. Cattle and Steers Clydesdale Horses Working Dogs Poultry (small number) No animals can be brought onto the site without prior permission and only subject to the managers' discretion.
BridgeClimb SydneyBridgeClimb Sydney
Address The Sydney Harbour Bridge Contact Charlotte Barry Position Public Relations Executive / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9240 1141 Fax (02) 9240 1196 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.bridgeclimb.com Description
Conditions apply regarding clothing, equipment and filming purpose. Media application forms can be completed on the website. Contact BridgeClimb only for inquiries that involve climbing the bridge. For the road, pedestrian lane and cycleway, contact the RTA.
Byron Kennedy HallByron Kennedy Hall
Address Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park NSW 2021 Contact Sam Swan Phone 02 8117 6701 email@example.com Website http://www.eqmoorepark.com.au/Assets/Files/Byron%20Kennedy%20Hall.pdf Description
Heritage-listed Byron Kennedy Hall retains many of its original 1920s features, including a large dome and pillars, jarrah wooden floors, a bell tower, an ante room and a covered veranda.
Address 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh NSW 2015 Contact Jennifer Moses Position Business Development Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8571 9192 Switch Phone (02) 8571 9099 Fax (02) 8571 9089 Jennifer.M@carriageworks.com.au Website http://www.carriageworks.com.au Description
The Eveleigh Rail Yards were built between 1880 and 1889, including the now heritage listed Carriage Workshops. These arresting buildings are considered one of the best examples of railway workshop complexes.
Centennial Park & Moore Park TrustCentennial Park & Moore Park Trust
Address Centennial Park, Sydney Trust Office: Cnr Grand & Parkes Drives, Centennial Park (behind cafe) Contact Bernadette Mitsis Position Venue Services Officer Phone (02) 9339 6621 Switch Phone (02) 9339 6699 Fax (02) 9360 4215 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.cp.nsw.gov.au Description
The versatile location! The Centennial Parklands location is significant, nestled between the central business district, the Fox Film Studios and the popular eastern beaches. Within the one 365 hectare precinct you'll find a large, water-oriented parkland with pine forests, rocky outcrops, cliff faces and a great natural environment just 10 minutes drive from the Sydney CBD. Locations are available in Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park, including E.S. Marks Athletic Stadium and the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre. The diversity of the landscapes within Centennial Park range from carefully tended garden beds to relatively wild places with long grass and native trees and thickly wooded areas. A superb Victorian iron picket fence with several gateways consisting of ornate sandstone pillars encloses the entire park. Pine Grove - This superb Pine forest is a sought after location. It has been used for an aircraft crash scene and a saffron trail through an Asian forest. This versatile location allows the freedom to create the feel of a forest anywhere on the globe. Sandstone Ridge - This natural sandstone ridge with rocky outcrops surrounded by semi-wild vegetation creates a sense of wilderness close to the heart of the city. This secluded area provides filmmakers with the opportunity to set a scene that could be anywhere in Australia. Rose Garden - This formal rose garden with a Victorian feel is surrounded by palm trees and ponds evoking an atmosphere of romance and beauty. Heritage features - The Parklands contain historically significant landscapes, sites, bridges, and monuments such as the Federation Pavilion and historic statues and remnants of European settlement from the earliest times. The plantings of the Parklands remain a notable example of Victorian landscaping in Australia. E.S. Marks Athletic Stadium - A good class rekortan athletics track with an 8 lane track and 10 lane straight. Field event facilities are available. There is a covered stand which seats up to 2000 people and uncovered tiered seating for 3000 people. Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre - For productions that include horses, the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre (next door to Centennial Park at the former Moore Park showgrounds) is the ideal environment. Facilities include a 3.6 kilometre equestrian track which circles the Centennial Park, historic stable pavilions, a huge covered dressage arena and a separate equestrian ground. Horses are available for hire at the Equestrian Centre. Snake Bank - For a tropical or Asian feel this location provides a palm tree-lined track surrounding a large pond which could be any watercourse you wish to create. Paperbark Grove - A splendid vista of Melaleuca trees stretching for 250 metres. Lachlan Swamp - An enchanted forest of Paperbarks and She-oaks with a magical atmosphere. This location could be anywhere from Kakadu to Louisiana. Ponds - Centennial Park contains 12 ponds each with its own unique character. Busby's Pond has a reed fringed shore, water lilies and large islands that are home to nesting birds. Duck Pond is home to more than 15 species of birds including Black Swans, Egrets and Herons. Amphitheatre - This natural amphitheatre with sandstone steps has views of Federation Valley and Botany Bay, right through to the Royal National Park. Grand Drive - Grand Drive is the main route that circles around the inside of Centennial Park. This stately drive is lined by an avenue of trees such as Port Jackson Figs, Holm Oaks and Norfolk Island Pines. Queens Park - Coral trees planted along the Queens Park perimeter look spectacular when they flower from late winter to early spring. Majestic specimens of Moreton Bay Figs are also contained within the park, along with wild grassy areas. Vantage Points - Mount Steele allows a view of a natural landscape uninterrupted by buildings. Reservoir Number 1 in Centennial Park and the Carrington Road boundary of Queens Park both have sweeping vistas of the Sydney Basin, some extending as far south as Robertson on a clear day.
Children's Employment - NSW Office for Children - the Children's Guardian (OCCG)Children's Employment - NSW Office for Children - the Children's Guardian (OCCG)
Address Level 13, 418A Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010 Position Children's Employment Team NSW Children's Guardian / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8219 3600 Fax (02) 8219 3699 email@example.com Website http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/children-s-employment-1 Description
OCCG does not approve film maker's locations. However, legislation requires authorised employers to tell us about every instance of a child under 15 years of age being employed for entertainment, exhibition and still photography in NSW, including the location and how the employer will manage any risks associated with the location. Employers must apply for an Authority, pay a fee, and be approved by the OCCG before employing a child. The fees are prescribed by legislation. Information about requirements are on the website at www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au
Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
Contact Phil Presgrave Position Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Specialist Phone (07) 3144 7448 Switch Phone 131 757 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.casa.gov.au Description
For all unmanned aircarft system (UAS), or remote pilot aircraft (RPA) filming queries, including queries about filming applications and operational matters, please contact Phil Presgrave, UAS Specialist at the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
Corrective Services, Department ofCorrective Services, Department of
Location Gaols and Prisons Contact Bob Stapleton Position Media Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8346 1537 Switch Phone (02) 8346 1333 Fax (02) 8346 1538 email@example.com Description
* Filming will no longer take place in Department of Corrective Services facilities as all correctional centres are fully operational. However, some footage of the exterior of correctional facilities may be allowed if permission is sought. *
Maitland Correctional Centre, Yasmar Juvenile Correctional facility, Old Dubbo Gaol and Hay Gaol are no longer under NSW Department of Corrective Services control and are available for filming. See separate entries for these.
As at February 2012 please note: Parramatta Gaol has been vacant since October 2011 and is in the process of being decommissioned as a prison. It will be handed over to the State Property Authority in the next few months, when it will no longer be under the control of Corrective Services. Any requests for filming should be negotiated with the Authority.
Crown LandsCrown Lands
Contact Belinda Boyce Position Film Contact Officer Phone 02 4920 5001 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.lpma.nsw.gov.au/about_crown_land/filming_contact_information_old Description
Wherever possible, Crown Lands Division will make locations available for film makers, taking into account public amenity, safety, security and other operational requirements. Where filming access, services or approvals cannot reasonably be given, we will endeavour to suggest alternate locations.
Dawn Fraser Swimming PoolDawn Fraser Swimming Pool
Address Elkington Park, Fitzroy Avenue BALMAIN NSW 2041 Contact Andrew Beamer Position Manager, Dawn Fraser Swimming Pool / Film Contact Officer Phone 0417 882 001 Switch Phone (02) 9555 1903 email@example.com Description
Unique venue - restored 1936 to original condition from late 1800s.
Defence, Department ofDefence, Department of
Contact Yuri Shukost Position Entertainment Media Liaison / Film and Television Contact Officer Phone (02) 6265 2985 Fax (02) 6266 7701 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.defence.gov.au/contacts.cfm#f Description
Request forms and detailed terms and conditions are available from www.defence.gov.au/contacts.cfm#f or by contacting the above. It is not possible to make filming or location requests to individual Defence sites. The Department looks to respond to requests within two weeks. 21 days notice is requested where possible. In some instances it will be referred to the Minister for Defence for approval, which will extend the duration of the approval process. Location fees vary from site to site. Defence requires an on-set presence at all times. Continuous 24-hour access is not possible due to the need for Defence personnel and/or security to supervise production crews on site. The use of pyrotechnics and incendiaries is not permitted on some sites, so be sure to check the restrictions attached to your desired location. In all instances the production company will be required to take out public liability insurance and on some sites you may also need to pay a bond. Filmmakers should remember that Defence priorities and operations will take precedence over everything else including shooting schedules. No compensation will be made should such circumstances arise. In the case of air bases, flights will not be rescheduled to accommodate shoots, so sound engineers should be forewarned prior to reaching the location. The Department will not provide support to projects that involve commercial endorsement, or that disparage the Department of Defence and the armed services. The Department does not provide personnel for use as extras and requests are not granted if there are commercial alternatives available. Productions that have received Department of Defence location support include the features Stealth, Black Balloon, the mini-series The Pacific and shows such as MasterChef Australia.
Delta ElectricityDelta Electricity
Contact Margaret Miller Position Corporate Relations Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9285 2700 Switch Phone (02) 9285 2700 Fax (02) 9285 2777 email@example.com Description
Delta Electricity is an electricity generator operating in a national competitive electricity market. It owns and operates the Vales Point and Munmorah Power Stations (Central Coast) and the Mt Piper and Wallerawang Power Stations (near Lithgow). Requests to use power station site for film production will be assessed in accordance with the prevailing operational, maintenance and safety requirements of Delta Electricity. In making a request, firms should clearly state their filming requirements including pre-filming arrangements, catering etc. An estimate of the length of time on site is required as well as probable start and finish times for each day. Safety is of paramount importance and as a general rule filming from chimneys, cooling towers and electrical switchyards would not be allowed. Site induction will be required to familiarise firms with safety and emergency procedures.
Eastern Creek International RacewayEastern Creek International Raceway
Address Brabham Drive/Ferrers Road, EASTERN CREEK, NSW Postal Address Australian Racing Drivers Club Limited, PO Box 6747, BLACKTOWN DC, NSW 2148 Location Western Sydney Contact Phil Harrison Position Marketing Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone 02 9672 1000 Fax 02 9672 0208 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.eastern-creek-raceway.com Description
Located 40kms west of Sydney’s CBD is the only permanent circuit in Australia with a FIA Grade 2 International licence and is licensed for both cars and motorcycles.. Eastern Creek International Raceway is situated on Brabham Drive/Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek, approximately a 45 minute drive from the city or airport.
In early 2011, it was announced that Eastern Creek would receive a $9 million upgrade, with the New South Wales Government providing $7 million and the Australian Racing Drivers Club funding the other $2 million. The upgrade will see the track reconfigured into four layouts, with two able to be operated at the same time. The upgrade also includes an additional pit lane facility to cater for the new configuration, a new race control tower and new amenities buildings. Work on the upgrades began in June 2011, with a new piece of road joining turns four and nine being constructed. This link road, finished in October 2011, created the new 'north circuit'.
Education and Training, Department ofEducation and Training, Department of
Contact Bindi Blomstrand Position Media Support Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9561 8501 Fax (02) 9561 8510 email@example.com Website http://www.det.nsw.edu.au Description
The Department of Education and Training is responsible for Government schools, Adult and Community Education, the Adult Migrant English Service and the National Art School. The Department also administers Technical and Further Education (TAFE) in NSW.
Enmore Theatre (Century Venues)Enmore Theatre (Century Venues)
Address 130 Enmore Road, Enmore, 2042 Contact Sam Shaw Position Bookings & Event Coordinator Phone (02) 9519 9231 Fax 9550 2290 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.enmoretheatre.com.au Description
The Enmore Theatre is located in the Inner West, Sydney's unique heartland of live performance. History drips from the walls in this charming theatre, which has played host to some of music’s most iconic figures. The Enmore Theatre is classified by the National Trust and is listed in the Historic Buildings Register of the Australian Institute of Architects. The Enmore Theatre is one of two surviving art deco theatres in Sydney and the only one in its full original condition.
Factory Theatre (Century Venues)Factory Theatre (Century Venues)
Address 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, 2204 Contact Sam Shaw Position Bookings & Event Coordinator Phone (02) 9519 9231 Fax 9550 2290 email@example.com Website www.factorytheatre.com.au Description
The Factory Theatre is one of Sydney’s most exciting performance venues; it is a purpose built and flexible space designed to host an eclectic mix of comedy, music & theatre. The Factory hosts three performance spaces; The Factory Theatre, The Factory Floor, The Fusebox and outdoor courtyard area. These spaces can be used separately or in conjunction with each other for an event, and have a wide range of visual styles.
Fire & Rescue NSW (formerly NSW Fire Brigades)Fire & Rescue NSW (formerly NSW Fire Brigades)
Contact Bronwyn Hilton Position Multimedia Coordinator / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9265 2904 Fax (02) 9265 2882 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.fire.nsw.gov.au Description
NSW Fire Brigades can provide firefighting support and safety advice. For fires in rural areas and bushfires, contact the NSW Rural Fire Service. Contact details and 'Questionnaire for Filming Agency' available on website. Each request assessed on case-by-case basis. http://www.fire.nsw.gov.au/page.php?id=30
Forests NSWForests NSW
Contact Joanna Bodley Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9872 0105 email@example.com Website www.forests.nsw.gov.au Description
Forests NSW manage native forests and plantations across NSW for sustainable timber production while also ensuring environmental features are protected and public access for recreation is maintained.
Fox Studios AustraliaFox Studios Australia
Government Property NSW (previously State Property Authority)Government Property NSW (previously State Property Authority)
Address Level 9, Bligh House, 4-6 Bligh St, Sydney NSW 2000 (as of December 2012)* Contact Bruce Wigger Position Regional Manager, Northern - Portfolio Services Phone 1300 784 841 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.property.nsw.gov.au/our_business/filming_opportunities Description
Responsible for the management of the Crown Property Portfolio on behalf of NSW Treasury. The Portfolio covers over 100 properties, most of which are located in and around Sydney. These properties include high-rise office towers and a number of heritage listed buildings.
Access to GPNSW–managed properties requires approval and their website contains the application form, checklist and licence agreement you’ll need to complete before submitting your application. A list of fees and charges is also included.
For any other information please contact Helpdesk@property.nsw.gov.au
Harbour City Ferries (previously Sydney Ferries)Harbour City Ferries (previously Sydney Ferries)
Contact Kelly Stevens Position Stakeholder & Communications Manager (FCO) Phone 02 9246 9685 Mobile 0409 570 352 email@example.com Website www.harbourcityferries.com.au Description
Harbour City Ferries does not allow filming between 1 December and 31 January each year. This is due to increased patronage, safety and logistical considerations. Filming permits will be granted for filming dates from 1 February 2012. We apologise for any inconvenience.
A minimum of 2 weeks' notice to film to allow for processing will be appreciated.
More information is available here.
Hay Gaol and MuseumHay Gaol and Museum
Address 355 Church St, Hay NSW 2711 Location Gaols and Prisons Contact Mark Dowling Position Director of Corporate Services / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 6993 1003 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.visithay.com.au/haygaol.html Description
Hay Gaol and Museum is administered by Hay Shire Council, who are keen to promote the site and are open to filming proposals. The complex has had many uses since it was built in 1878: gaol, maternity hospital, lock hospital for the insane, Prisoner of War detention centre, Institute for Girls and now museum. A diverse collection of artefacts showcasing the history of Hay is displayed in the buildings and grounds of the old Hay Gaol. Exhibits include patchwork made by local quilter Marion Gibson, beer pumps used in Hay's hotels, a Chinese rice grinding stone, and the original Hay Hospital operating table. The Apex Park in the Gaol grounds is a great place for a picnic, and it has play equipment for the kids too.
Health, NSW Ministry ofHealth, NSW Ministry of
Address 73 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW Contact Peter Harvey (for general enquiries only). See Local Health District contacts below. Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9391 9574 Fax (02) 9391 9580 email@example.com Website http://www.health.nsw.gov.au Description
NSW Health has recently been re-named The NSW Ministry of Health. There are a number of Local Health Districts (LHD) within the state that manage numerous health facilites within them. Please contact Peter Harvey for general enquiries only. Please contact the relevant Media Manager for the LHD you require to seek direct permission for filming.
Please use the link below to locate the appropriate Local Health District:
NSW Ambulance 02 9320 7794
Sydney Children's Hospital 02 9845 3583
Southern NSW 02 6231 8314
Murrumbidgee (Wagga Wagga) 02 6933 9181
Western NSW (Mudgee) 02 6370 7807
Western NSW (Orange) 02 6369 3832
Western NSW (Broken Hill) 08 8080 1402
Hunter New England TBA
Northern NSW 02 6620 2141
Mid North Coast 02 6588 2973
Northern Sydney 02 9926 8716
Central Coast 02 4320 3221
South Eastern Sydney 02 9382 4583
Illawarra Shoalhaven 02 4253 4859
Sydney 02 9515 9607
South Western Sydney 02 9828 6848
Nepean Blue Mountains 02 4734 1357
Western Sydney 02 9845 6470
Filming conditions: Hospital representatives may refuse permission to film if it will unnecessarily interfere with the provision of hospital services, patient or staff safety or on other reasonable grounds. The nominated Officer of the hospital will remain the first point of contact for all proposed filming. While on Hospital premises, film crews and other personnel must at all times comply with the direction given to them by the supervising Public Affairs representative, or other senior Hospital staff, for example, a Director of a Unit in which filming is taking place. Should filming occur in the Emergency Department of a hospital, the permission of the Director of the Emergency Department, or delegate, must be sought at the time filming is to commence to ensure that the filming does not interfere with patient safety and the provision of the hospital service. Patient confidentiality must be maintained at all times. The first contact with all patients (should involvement be sought) in the activity is to be through a hospital representative or staff member. Written consent must be obtained from a patient (or where the patient is a minor, their legal guardian) before filming commences. Footage must not be broadcast if patient consent is withdrawn, unconfirmed or unobtainable. The film company will be responsible for ensuring these consents are obtained in accordance with a consent form approved by the hospital. The film company will indemnify the hospital in relation to any loss, litigation or claim for compensation arising from the film crew activities. This includes any loss or injury suffered by any person operating as part of the film crew, employees of the hospital assisting the film crew, as well as loss or injury occurring to third parties, damage to hospital property caused by filming and any loss which may arise from the hospital withdrawing cooperation. The film company will agree to reimburse any costs incurred by the hospital (to be negotiated as part of the fee) as a result of filming and research to ensure that the operational role of the hospital is not in any way compromised. In the event of a failure to comply with any of these conditions, the hospital reserves the right to withdraw its cooperation at any time.
Historic Houses TrustHistoric Houses Trust
Contact Matt Adamson Position Sales and Marketing Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8239 2288 Fax (02) 8239 2400 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.hht.net.au Description
The Historic Houses Trust of NSW makes available a diverse range of properties to the film and photography industry. From the grand 19th Century estate of Vaucluse House to the 1950s Modernism of Rose Seidler House, or the rustic charm of Rouse Hill Estate, there are endless possibilities. The HHT has a detailed Film & Photography Policy that encourages a balance between its own conservation requirements and the commercial demands of the industry. All enquiries regarding commercial filming and photography should be addressed to the Sales & Marketing Manager (contact details above). Public Works is responsible for all Heritage properties not covered in this listing. Please contact Ken Eastment Tel: (02) 9372 7334. Properties: Elizabeth Bay House 7 Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011 Elizabeth Farm 70 Alice Street, Rosehill NSW 2142 Hyde Park Barracks Museum Queens Square Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Justice & Police Museum Corner Albert & Phillip Streets, Circular Quay NSW 2000 Meroogal 35 West Street, Nowra NSW 2541 The Mint 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Museum of Sydney - on the site of first Government House Cnr Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney NSW 2000 Rose Seidler House 71 Clissold Rd, Wahroonga 2076 Rouse Hill Estate 980 Windsor Rd, Rouse Hill, NSW 2155 Susannah Place 58 - 64 Glouster Street, The Rocks, Sydney 2000. Vaucluse House Wentworth Road, Vaucluse NSW 2030
Hordern Pavilion, Royal Hall of IndustriesHordern Pavilion, Royal Hall of Industries
Location Playbill Venues Contact Greg Pullen Position Business Development Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9921 5330 Switch Phone (02) 9921 5332 email@example.com Website http://www.playbillvenues.com Description
For filming, the Hordern and Royal Hall of Industries are only available at short notice. The Hordern features its historic facade (ca 1920s) and seats up to 3500. The Royal Hall of Industries boasts a striking vaulted ceiling and large cathedral windows, with ample natural light (can be controlled using blackout panels).
Housing NSWHousing NSW
Kurnell Sand Dunes - Holt GroupKurnell Sand Dunes - Holt Group
Contact Francoise Michel Position Managing Director / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9923 1944 Fax (02) 9922 2652 firstname.lastname@example.org Description
Area: Approximately 193 ha. Topography: Sand dunes (20m high), vegetated for dunes, private beaches (ocean & bay), headland, rocks and reef and mangrove swamps. Current uses: Boat harbour, 4WD park, Rocla Quarries, Kurnell Boarding Stables, land fill and rehabilitation centre. Conditions of entry to take still photography, videos and films for non-commercial and commercial production. 1. Written permission of BESMAW PTY. LIMITED. 2. Signed letter of indemnity. 3. Certificate for Public Liability (minimum $10 million). 4. Details of filming. 5. Non-refundable payment of fees on confirmation of dates. 6. Balance of fee payable 7 days prior to commencement of filming. 7. If filming is to take place within 7 days of confirmation, the fee must be paid by cash or Bank Cheque. 8. No refunds given for cancellations. A credit will be given to your client for a wet weather cancellation. 9. All the above are required prior to entry.
Land & Property InformationLand & Property Information
Contact Ron Smith Position Manager Facilities Services / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9236 7710 email@example.com Website http://www.lpi.nsw.gov.au/about_lpi/filming_contact_information Description
For filming at LPI Queens Square (Sydney) head office, Bathurst office and Land and Property Information division locations, contact John Leonard T: (02) 9228 6690 (alt: 9228 6923).
Wherever possible, Crown Lands Division will make locations available for film makers, taking into account public amenity, safety, security and other operational requirements. Where filming access, services or approvals cannot reasonably be given, we will endeavour to suggest alternate locations.
For information on locations, applications, fees, protocols and contractual arrangements please contact Ashleigh Aiken T: (02) 4920 5026 or Kylee Warner T: (02) 4920 5046.
The filming contact for the State Property Authority (SPA) is Bruce Wigger T. 9338 7061 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address Level 14, 60 Station St, Parramatta, NSW 2150 Postal Address PO Box 237 Parramatta NSW 2124 Contact Julie-Ann Wigham Position Corporate Marketing Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9841 8769 Switch Phone (02) 9841 8600 Fax (02) 9841 8666 email@example.com Website http://www.landcom.nsw.gov.au Description
Landcom is a State Owned Corporation and a development arm of the New South Wales Government. Landcom has developed residential, commercial and industrial properties for close to 30 years in New South Wales. They have produced over 60,000 lots and dwellings. Contact details available on website http://www.landcom.com.au/contactus.aspx Filming policy and application form available on website - http://www.landcom.com.au/contact-us/general-enquiries/filming-on-landcom-property.aspx
Leichhardt Park Aquatic CentreLeichhardt Park Aquatic Centre
Luna ParkLuna Park
Address 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point, NSW 2061 Contact Tony Maloney Position Manager Phone (02) 9922 6644 Mobile 0418 648 962 Fax (02) 9929 7580 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.lunaparksydney.com Description
Luna Park is Sydney's premier filming location. This much loved Sydney icon, first opened in 1935, is located right on the harbour's edge and offers a world of nostalgic charm, heritage buildings and classic amusement rides. As well as unsurpassed views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the CBD, Luna Park offers several unique venues such as Coney Island, The Crystal Palace and the Big Top - 1500 square metres of flat floor space, noise attenuation to allow for 120dba internally with a zero rating externally and 14m high ceilings. Luna Park has on-site car parking for 400 vehicles. For opening hours please refer to www.lunaparksydney.com/hours-of-funny-business
For film shoots and professional photography rates please call 02 9922 6644 or submit an online request at www.lunaparksydney.com/feedback
Luna Park Sydney . . . . Just for fun!
M5 South West MotorwayM5 South West Motorway
Macquarie GenerationMacquarie Generation
Contact Rob Cooper Position Communications Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4968 7491 Fax (02) 4968 7440 email@example.com Website http://www.macgen.com.au Description
Bayswater & Liddell Power Stations are located in the Hunter Valley between Singleton and Muswellbrook. Visual features within a 9,000 hectare rural buffer zone include major industrial backdrops (interior/exterior), open cut coal mining, conveyor systems, rail unloader/spur line, 13 hectare lake and former open cut pits in varying stages of rehabilitation. New England Highway (3 hours from Sydney) and helicopter access. Bayswater Power Station exterior appeared in The Matrix Reloaded (2002).
Macquarie University, SydneyMacquarie University, Sydney
Contact Kim Bosward Position Asset Manager, Campus Phone (02) 9850 7185 Fax (02) 9850 7181 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.mq.edu.au Description
University grounds and buildings are subject to availability, but typically but typically not Monday through Saturday during business hours. Requests must be submitted in writing at least two weeks prior to the commencement date of proposed filming. The request will need to specify a contact person and all necessary contact details. The filming policy and application form are available for download from the university website.
Maitland GaolMaitland Gaol
Primary Contact In the first instance, please contact Screen Hunter Central Coast for all filming inquiries. Address 6-18 John St, East Maitland NSW 2323 Location Gaols and Prisons Contact Gordon Sauber Position Coordinator Business, Operations & Economic Development, Marketing & Communications Department, Maitland City Council Phone (02) 4931 2840 Switch Phone (02) 4934 9700 Ext. 340 Fax (02) 4936 6483 email@example.com Website http://www.maitlandgaol.com.au Description
Contact Screen Hunter Central Coast for filming inquiries at Maitland Gaol. Maitland Gaol is the oldest intact country gaol in New South Wales. Built in 1848, it was used as a correctional facility until 1998 when it was decommissioned & handed over to Maitland City Council to manage as a heritage site & function centre. The Maitland Gaol complex covers approximately 1.8 hectares. The site includes the walled gaol complex, an area of open space to the northwest and the former Mounted Police Barracks facing Lindesay Street. The older buildings are mainly of sandstone construction with metal roofs. The modern extensions to the northwest are constructed in concrete. Historic (1800s and early 1900s) and contemporary (1990s) cell blocks, modern security, visiting facilities, exercise yards, guard towers, catwalks, industrial workshops, shower room, kitchen, administration facilities, razor wire - even a dentistry are all available. Maitland is in the heart of the Hunter Valley Wine region, two hours drive north of Sydney, and 20mins drive north of Newcastle. Some projects featuring Maitland Gaol are Rachel Ward's The Big House (2000), Suburban Mayhem (2005), Devil's Gateway (2006/7), and the television programs Scream Test (2000), Forensic Investigators (2004), and Home and Away (2003 and 2006).
Manly Warringah War Memorial Park (Manly Dam)Manly Warringah War Memorial Park (Manly Dam)
Contact Chris Buckley Position Park Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9949 3235 Fax (02) 9949 9685 firstname.lastname@example.org Description
All bookings through Warringah Council. The Park consists of 375 hectares of bushland, in the heart of which lies a 30 hectare fresh water lake. Land is quite hilly, and while views of the lake are nearly all onto undisturbed bush, the views from higher parts include Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood, North Head etc. Access around the lake is good, and a substantial fire trail runs through the bushland, facilitating access to a number of sites. This Reserve is close to Sydney (14 km from CBD) and staff are happy to assist at all times including after hours arrangements, following approval.
Merlin Entertainment Group - Sydney Sea Life Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, The Sydney...Merlin Entertainment Group - Sydney Sea Life Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, The Sydney Tower Eye, Skywalk at the Sydney Tower, Manly Sea Life, and Madame Tussauds Sydney
Primary Contact In the first instance, please contact Screen Illawarra South East for all filming inquiries. Contact Kristy Enright Position Public Relations Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone 02 9333 9249 email@example.com Website http://www.merlinentertainments.biz/en/homepage.aspx Description
The Merlin Entertainment Group looks after a number of locations including Sydney Sea Life Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, The Sydney Tower Eye, Skywalk at the Sydney Tower, Manly Sea Life, and Madame Tussauds Sydney.
Metro Theatre (Century Venues)Metro Theatre (Century Venues)
Address 624 George Street, Sydney, 2000 Contact Sam Shaw Position Bookings & Event Coordinator Phone (02) 9519 9231 Fax 9550 2290 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.metrotheatre.com.au Description
The Metro Theatre has long been Sydney’s leading independent rock venue and has played host to some of the most memorable live gigs Sydney music fans have seen and heard. It is a landmark venue for both international and local acts, being a pivotal breakthrough venue for bands as they break onto the scene. The Metro has been used for filming for a wide range of projects, from music videos to commercials and everything in between.
Museum of Contemporary ArtMuseum of Contemporary Art
Address 140 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Contact Michelle Sandru Position Venue Sales Coordinator / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9245 2480 email@example.com Website http://www.mca.com.au Description
The Museum of Contemporary Art is a beautiful sandstone building boasting Sydney's most enviable location. We are situated at Circular Quay with outdoor terraces overlooking the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and the extensive waters of the world's most beautiful harbour. The MCA has 4 venues, including the grand MCA Foundation Hall, a stylish art deco ballroom with terrazzo tiled floors, high ceilings and marble walls. Venues on level 6 offer stunning views over the harbour, Circular Quay and the expansive waterways that define this unique city.
Museum of FireMuseum of Fire
Address 1 Museum Drive (cnr Castlereagh Road), Penrith, NSW 2750 Contact Mark White Position Executive Chairman / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4731 3000 Fax (02) 4731 2983 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.museumoffire.com.au Description
The Museum of Fire explores the danger and drama of fire and fire fighting in an interactive and exciting way. Features include: beautifully restored fire engines dating from 1910; ornately carved original watchroom from Fire Brigade headquarters; fire in the home - a simulation of a real fire; one of the largest collections of fire fighting memorabilia in Australia. Wide variety of period vehicles and uniforms dating from 1880s suitable for static or action photography. Filming on site generally is not a problem but prior notice is required. A museum representative must be in attendance with historical vehicles for offsite shooting.
National Art SchoolNational Art School
Address Forbes Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2021 Contact Julie O'Reilly Position Administration Assistant (FCO) Phone (02) 9339 8745 Switch Phone (02) 9339 8744 email@example.com Website http://www.nas.edu.au Description
Old Darlinghurst gaol site built in sandstone in the mid 1850s and remarkable for the variety of external and internal locations � Cell Block Theatre, Circular Chapel, Governor�s House, Art Gallery, Art Studios.
National Trust Of Australia (NSW)National Trust Of Australia (NSW)
Contact Jane Donnelly Position Property & Facilities Co-ordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9258 0126 Fax (02) 9252 1264 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au Description
The National Trust has a range of historic homes and gardens available for filming and photo shoots. National Trust properties are spread throughout New South Wales and range from 19th Century stately homes to historic homesteads, terrace houses, art galleries as well as workers cottages. For more detailed information check our website. Properties in the Greater Sydney area and Blue Mountains Lindesay 1a Carthona Ave, Darling Point NSW 2027 S H Ervin Gallery Watson Rd, Observatory Hill, Sydney 2000 Old Government House Parramatta Park, Parramatta NSW 2150 Experiment Farm Cottage 9 Ruse St, Harris Park NSW 2150 Norman Lindsay Gallery 14 Norman Lindsay Crescent Faulconbridge NSW 2776 Vienna Cottage 38 Alexandra Street Hunters Hill NSW 2110 Everglades House and Garden 37 Everglades Avenue Leura NSW 2780 Woodford Academy 90-95 Great Western Highway Woodford NSW 2778 Properties in Country New South Wales Cooma Cottage 756 Yass Valley Way, Yass NSW 2582 Riversdale Maud Street, Goulburn NSW 2580 Harpers Mansion 9 Wilkinson Street, Berrima NSW 2577 Miss Traill�s House and Garden 321 Russell St, Bathurst NSW 2795 Grossmann House Church Street, Maitland NSW 2320 Tomago House Tomago Rd, Tomago NSW 2322 Dundullimal Homestead 23L Obley Road, Dubbo NSW 2830 Saumarez New England Highway, Armidale NSW 2350 Tenterfield School of Arts Cnr Manners & Rouse Sts, Tenterfield NSW 2372
Newcastle Port CorporationNewcastle Port Corporation
Address Cnr Scott & Newcomen Streets Location Ports Contact Keith Powell Position Public Affairs Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4985 8258 Switch Phone (02) 4985 8222 Fax (02) 4925 0600 email@example.com Website http://www.newportcorp.com.au Description
Initial contact for film industry wishing to use Newcastle Port Corporation facilities is Screen Hunter Central Coast. Newcastle is Australia's first commercial port and is now one of the world's largest coal export ports. The Port of Newcastle has an annual trade throughput of more than 128 million tonnes and handles more than 4,000 shipping movements each year. A variety of vessels, such as bulk carriers, general cargo ship and cruise liners, visit Newcastle as more than 40 commodities are traded through the port. The city has a vibrant foreshore area which makes Newcastle Harbour an attractive backdrop.
NSW National Parks and WildlifeNSW National Parks and Wildlife
NSW Rural Fire ServiceNSW Rural Fire Service
Contact Ben Shepherd Position Acting Manager Media (FCO) Phone (02) 87415484 Switch Phone (02) 98981855 Fax (02) 97370171 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au Description
The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) is responsible for fire management across 95% of the State including 1200 rural and regional towns. The RFS can provide firefighting support and firefighting personnel for filming as well as safety advice at bushfire film shoots. Major cities and towns are serviced by NSW Fire Brigades. RFS�s filming policy is currently available on their website at
NSW State Emergency Service (Formerly State Emergency Services)NSW State Emergency Service (Formerly State Emergency Services)
NSW Writers' CentreNSW Writers' Centre
Address Rozelle Hospital Grounds, Balmain Road, Rozelle NSW 2039 Contact Steve Wimmer Position Office and Facilities Manager (FCO) Phone (02) 9555 9757 Fax (02) 9818 1327 email@example.com Website http://www.nswwriterscentre.org.au Description
The Writers' Centre welcomes all filming inquiries. The Centre is located in the beautiful heritage grounds of Rozelle Hospital. The building, constructed in 1839, is a two storey Georgian Mansion with cobblestone verandahs on the western and northern sides. A cantilevered cedar staircase rises to the first floor from the lobby beneath a stained glass cupola. The Board Room provides a good interior 19th century location with its large cedar-lined windows looking out onto the surrounding gardens. The Double Room has a similar aspect and also provides a larger space for wardrobe and makeup. There is also an original 19th Century sandstone cellar with a fireplace. The main rooms have recently been painted in the original colours. The surrounding grounds has a magnificent magnolia tree and the front entrance is flanked by jacarandas and camellias.
Office of Communities/Sport and Recreation CentresOffice of Communities/Sport and Recreation Centres
Contact Laura Hofman Position Media Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8233 1350 Fax (02) 8233 1310 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.communities.nsw.gov.au Description
Centres and facilities: NSW Sport and Recreation Centres provide residential outdoor education and recreation programs to the people of NSW. All Centres feature a mix of natural and constructed environments, with access to either lakes, rivers or the ocean. The activities conducted at Centres include adventurous activities including abseiling, climbing, high ropes challenge courses, bushwalking and camping in addition to a range of traditional sporting activities. Child protection legislation may restrict access to areas of Centres being occupied by children. Sydney Academy of Sport � Narrabeen General Manager � Brendan Barrett The Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation is located on the beautiful northern beaches, only 40 minutes from the central business district of Sydney. Aside from our range of outdoor adventure activities, guests can enjoy some of the finest sports training facilities in NSW. The Sydney Academy of Sport includes a full sized synthetic athletic track and field with stadium, many football ovals, large lake, fully equipped gymnasium with state of the art sports science equipment. Motel accommodation caters for up to 133 guests in three basic room layouts. Our cabins are ideal for large groups of up to 240 people. Situated on a higher section of the grounds, guests either enjoy views of Narrabeen Lake or the Academy facilities and bush land. A separate staff/coach room is attached to each two cabins. Staff/coach rooms accommodate two people and feature an ensuite, air conditioning, TV, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Berry General Manager � Bill Lyon Situated on 60 hectares of lush farming land, the Centre is only two and a half hours drive south of Sydney. It's surrounded by the magnificent Great Dividing Range and the nearby white sands of Seven Mile Beach. The Centre's lodges and cabins are set among beautifully manicured grounds which include a solar-heated swimming pool, tennis courts, barbecues and a wide range of recreational facilities. The Centre caters for between 20 and 152 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available. Borambola General Manager � Lea Davidson Set on 220 hectares of farmland on the red gum banks of Tarcutta Creek. There are several campsites along the creek where you can study the native flora and fauna. The Centre's other features include a swimming pool, mini golf course, tennis courts, artificial climbing wall, a billabong with canoeing area and fishing in the creek. The Centre caters for up to 165 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available. Broken Bay General Manager � Christine Duff Situated on 400 hectares of bushland reserve at the mouth of the Hawkesbury River, the Centre has spectacular views towards Lion Island, Barrenjoey Lighthouse and Patonga Beach. Accessible by water only, guests can enjoy the bushland walking trails and discover Aboriginal rock carvings and an abundance of native flora and fauna, including lyrebirds and wallabies. For those seeking a challenge, you can tackle abseiling, rock climbing or the ropes course. Otherwise, you can simply relax on the beach! The Centre caters for up to 216 people in comfortable accommodation. Jindabyne General Manager - Lachlan Maclean The Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre is located in Jindabyne, the gateway to the Snowy Mountains region of NSW. The Centre is close by to many beautiful lakes and rivers, the Kosciuszko National Park and the snowfields of Thredbo and Perisher Valley. Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre also boasts a 9 hole golf course, tennis courts, gymnasium with indoor rock climbing, running track and swimming pool. New to the Jindabyne Centre is a fully licensed restaurant and bar. All Jindabyne accommodation options have bathrooms, laundry and drying facilities. Self-contained units also include kitchen, TV and lounge facilities. Accommodation comes in both self contained lodge style or dormitory. Lake Ainsworth General Manager - John Mills Located at the northern end of the Lennox Head township, the Centre is nestled between Seven Mile Beach and Lake Ainsworth - a tea tree freshwater lake. The Centre occupies 99 hectares of beachfront land and offers a unique outdoor experience with its beaches, freshwater lake and bush surrounds. Lake Ainsworth is easily accessible by road, rail or air. The Centre caters up to 202 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available. Lake Burrendong General Manager - Helen Swan With breathtaking views of the lake, mountains and bushland, and an array of unique rural activities to enjoy, you'll easily settle into the delights of country living at the Lake Burrendong Centre. A 67 hectare rural property, you'll get well acquainted with the local kangaroos, echidnas, rabbits, emus and native birds that frequent the property. Lake Burrendong also holds a large lake which at full capacity, holds three times more water than Sydney Harbour. The Centre also boasts its own conference rooms, swimming pool, tennis courts, barbecue facilities and a wide range of recreational facilities. The Centre caters for up to 208 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available. Lake Keepit General Manager � Colin Robinson One of the best kept secrets in NSW's North West, the Centre is on the foreshores of beautiful Lake Keepit, surrounded by pastoral and timber country. It's only 40 minutes from Tamworth (Australia's country music capital). From photographing the biggest sunset, fishing for yellowbelly and freshwater cod, or simply hanging out with the local kangaroos, wallabies, parrots and pelicans, it offers an excellent balance between relaxation and outdoor recreation. Over 100 species of birds enjoy the magnificent bush around the centre. The Centre caters for up to 193 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available, including: Modern dormitory-style lodges, each with bunk beds for 14 people; Campout with camp kitchen, toilets and shelter. All accommodation at the Centre is air-conditioned for your comfort. Milson Island General Manager � Christine Duff The magic of Milson Island lies in its secluded location and rich history. Built more than 100 years ago, Milson Island has been used as a river trading post, veteran rehabilitation centre and jail, before its most recent renovation in the 1970s, when it became a multi-purpose getaway. Milson Island is located on the beautiful Hawkesbury River and access is by water only. As soon as you step off the ferry, you can unwind and enjoy the peace, tranquillity and isolation of the scenic Hawkesbury River surrounds. Milson Island offers conference facilities for company training, meetings and presentations, along with abseiling, ropes course, canoeing and other outdoor activities. The Centre caters for up to 170 people in comfortable accommodation. Myuna Bay General Manager � John McGregor Located on the western foreshores of Lake Macquarie - Australia's largest inland salt water lake - Myuna Bay Centre is the perfect launching pad for water-based fun. Much of the action centres on the tranquil tree-lined lagoon, where you can enjoy canoeing, kayaking and sailing all year round. The Centre caters for up to 266 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available. Pt Wolstoncroft General Manager � Rich Withycombe Located on the eastern foreshore of Lake Macquarie, within the Lake Macquarie State Recreation Area, the Centre is just one and half hours drive north of Sydney, and 45 minutes south of Newcastle. The Centre offers sailing, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, abseiling, a ropes challenge course and swimming. The Centre caters for up to 234 people, with a variety of comfortable accommodation styles available.
Old Dubbo GaolOld Dubbo Gaol
Address Macquarie St, Dubbo NSW 2830 Location Gaols and Prisons Contact Jamie Angus Position Manager Business Support (Film Contact Officer), Dubbo City Council Phone (02) 6801 4001 Switch Phone (02) 6882 8122 Fax (02) 6801 4409 email@example.com Website http://www.olddubbogaol.com.au Description
Old Dubbo Gaol gives the visitor a dramatic and realistic insight into prison life from the 1880s until its closure in 1966. Animatronic models tell spine-chilling stories of the region's most notorious crimes. The gaol contains cells, yards and a gallows. The gaol is administered by Dubbo City Council.
Parliament House, NSWParliament House, NSW
Contact Greg Kelly Position Deputy Serjeant-at-Arms / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9230 2277 Switch Phone (02) 9230 2111 Fax (02) 9230 2812 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au Description
Call the Deputy Serjeant-at-Arms in the first instance. Each applicant is to submit a letter of intent to Presiding Officers, Speaker of the Lower House and President of the Upper House. The letter must outline what the filming is for, the proposed length and timeframe, and crew size. There are some restriction with Parliament House, eg. no filming on sitting days. An early start is preferred, with entry the night before by arrangement. Two weeks notice preferred.
Parramatta Riverside TheatreParramatta Riverside Theatre
Parramatta Stadium - Venues NSWParramatta Stadium - Venues NSW
Address O'Connell Street, Parramatta NSW 2150 Contact Rachael Spence Position Event and Marketing Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9683 5755 Fax (02) 9890 3345 email@example.com Website http://www.parramattastadium.com.au Description
Parramatta Stadium is one of NSW's premier multi-purpose arenas regularly hosting a variety of sporting, entertainment, corporate, cultural and community events. Situated just 24km from Sydney's CBD and in the geographic epicentre of the city, the 20,857 seat venue plays host to a variety of sporting events on a regular basis, and has first class function and conference facilities with unique views over the playing arena. The Stadium grounds are regularly used for the filming of movies, TV programmes, documentaries and commercials as well as photo shoots for commercial, corporate, charity and community projects. The venue has in-house catering, on-site parking for 250 vehicles and an experienced administrative team ready to make your project a success.
Planning, Department ofPlanning, Department of
Contact Rosa Pangallo Position Senior Property Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone 02 9860 1418 Fax (02) 9895 7946 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au Description
State Environmental Planning Policy (Temporary Structures and Places of Public Entertainment) and the State Environmental Planning Policy No. 4 publicly available.
Police Force NSW, Film and TV Liaison UnitPolice Force NSW, Film and TV Liaison Unit
Address 151-241 Goulburn Street Location Surry Hills, NSW Contact Sgt Phil Green Position Film & Television Coordinator Phone (02) 9265 4007 Fax 9285 3238 email@example.com Website http://www.police.nsw.gov.au Description
News and Current Affairs Requests: All requests for news and current affairs (day to day) should be directed to the Police Media Unit on the above numbers. Traffic Management - Film Shoots: All inquiries for traffic control, road closures, parking and public safety around film shoots should be referred to the Traffic Sergeant at the relevant Local Area Command. Contact the Police Switchboard on (02) 9281 0000 and they will connect you to any police station within the state. Within the City East region, including the Sydney CBD extending from Botany Bay to Sydney Harbour and the Eastern Coast to the Anzac Bridge, enquiries should be directed to: The Events Coordinator Inner Metropolitan Region Sydney Police Centre 151-241 Goulburn St Surry Hills NSW 2010 Tel: (02) 9265 4007 Fax: (02) 9265 4494 Notification should also be given to the relevant Traffic Sergeant within the City East Region. NSW Police on Camera - Films/TV Commercials/Documentaries/Reality Series: NSW Police, being a law enforcement agency, is primarily concerned with the prevention and detection of crime, the protection of persons and property and the provision of essential services in emergencies. An adjunct to that primary role requires NSW Police to implement strategies that will further enhance the police and the community working together to establish a safer environment by reducing violence, crime and fear. Recognising that communicating or fostering relationships with the public entails input from NSW Police through the various mediums, NSW Police is always prepared to assess worthwhile projects and assist as much as possible. However, given the operational focus of NSW Police personnel, such assistance will always be subordinate to and must never impede the NSW Police core functions. To progress working with NSW Police, Public Affairs Branch requires a written proposal. A written submission (of not more than 5 (A4) pages in length) outlining the following: - A summary or overview of the project (including the number of the proposed episodes/length of series) featuring NSW Police. - The expected medium, for example, cinema, internet, DVD market, free-to-air television, cable television, print media and whether conjunction agreements with any one or more of the media outlets are envisaged, such as serialised articles in newspapers to be run in conjunction with a free-to-air television series. - A description of what is to be portrayed by the project (whether it is to be factual, for example, a daily view of the work of police officers, or showcasing past investigations, incidents or persons or a fictional work or drama based on recent events or incidents). - What Police resources, units or personnel are required to be utilised or accessed in respect of the project. Costs associated with NSW Police involvement will also need to be considered, based on the NSW Police Costing Policy. - The proposed period and total duration that NSW Police assistance is sought under the project. NSW Police involvement in any Public Relations activity will require the approval of the Commissioner and the Executive Team Members. Please consider realistic timelines in your proposal. Approval will be granted on the basis that all Legal and Contractual arrangements are in place, between NSW Police and the Production Company/Network. If you have any queries please contact the Film & Television Coordinator on (02) 9265 4007 or Manager Corporate Communications Unit on (02) 8263 6301. Userpays: User Pays - The use of Police Officers or vehicles as 'actuals' is subject to the Special Policing Scheme (User Pays). Current hiring fees are available on request. For any enquiries for police assistance (User Pays) please contact the Film & Television Coordinator on (02) 9265 4007. User Pays - If Police assistance is required in these instances the Special Policing Scheme (User Pays) may be employed and a cost will be incurred. Special conditions apply to the use of User Pays Police: - User Pays police may only be used for the purposes contracted; eg. If User Pays Police have been hired for traffic control, they must not be shown on-camera or used for security. - As much notice as possible should be provided. Rostering for User Pays duties takes place well in advance. Each request for police, vehicles or equipment will be considered on its own merit, and as much information as possible should be provided with the application. NSW Police, in accordance with the Sponsorship and Endorsement Policy, are NOT to endorse any product or activity for a commercial benefit. NSW Police officers, vehicles and equipment will not be utilized for extras. We are not a vehicle hire or a costume hire company. NSW Police participation in any media activity will be based on clear corporate objectives. Research & Planning Assistance (Novel Writing etc): Limited assistance with the planning and research stages of a project is provided by the Public Relations Coordinator. It is suggested that researchers access the NSW Police Internet site in the first instance. This site offers a vast amount of information on the NSW Police Service. Phone inquiries should be directed to: Film & Television Coordinator Public Affairs Branch Tel: (02) 9265 4007 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: For any Public Relations/Media Inquiry that is directed to a local Police Station will be forwarded onto Public Affairs Branch in accordance with policy.
Port Kembla Port CorporationPort Kembla Port Corporation
Location Ports Contact Sandy Rae Position Media & Communications Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4275 0103 Switch Phone (02) 4275 0100 Fax (02) 4274 0643 email@example.com Website http://www.portkembla.com.au Description
Do not usually charge for assistance in these matters, however if there is a request for a protracted event operational cost recovery may apply specifically for water craft fuel used. Organisations must have their own workers covered for normal workers compensation, loss of equipment and the like. The Port Kembla Port Corporation (PKPC) manages the port of Port Kembla and has control over the waters of the port and a number of the berths. PKPC can often assist organisations in attaining access to parts of the harbour foreshore controlled by other organisations. Are able to arrange water transport within and adjacent to the port. Will provide most protective equipment (i.e. hard hats, vests and life jackets) with the exception of shoes.
Powerhouse Museum and Sydney ObservatoryPowerhouse Museum and Sydney Observatory
Contact Fiona Bennett Position Events Sales Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9217 0341 Switch Phone (02) 9217 0111 Fax (02) 9217 0403 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.powerhousemuseum.com www.sydneyobservatory.com.au Description
The Powerhouse Museum is a modern, open, light and spacious museum which houses an extraordinary array of objects covering all aspects of human creativity and achievement. The Ultimo power station (which now houses the museum) dates back to 1899 when it was built to power Sydney's electric tram system. The power station operated until the trams were removed from Sydney's streets in 1963. After an eight year transformation in the 1980s, the Powerhouse now presents a magnificent backdrop to the museum's collection of planes, trains, ceramics, furniture, steam engines and Australian innovations. Visitors can also explore the frontiers of space in the only exhibition to display Soviet, Chinese and Australian space technology. NASA's life-size space habitation module shows what future life in space will bring, while visitors can also stand below an F1 rocket engine, of the style which sent man to the moon. Sydney Observatory is located on Observatory Hill, Watson Rd in The Rocks. Australia's oldest existing observatory, it has been studying the southern sky for almost 140 years. A branch of the Powerhouse Museum, it has been extensively refurbished and a fascinating new exhibition installed. By the light of the southern stars blends the long tradition of Australian astronomy with the latest developments in this exciting field. The displays include original instruments from the past and present.
Rail Corporation New South Wales (RailCorp)Rail Corporation New South Wales (RailCorp)
Address Level 25, 477 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000 Contact Garry Massoud Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 8922 0445 email@example.com Website http://www.railcorp.info/commercial/filming Description
Safety: Filming near rail lines is dangerous and there are significant safety issues and Regulations to be complied with. Heritage Carriages/Steam Trains are owned and operated by private companies, these trains may be chartered.
Rosehill Gardens (Australian Turf Club)Rosehill Gardens (Australian Turf Club)
Address James Ruse Drive, Rosehill NSW 2142 Contact Sarah Maher Position Business and Events Sales Coordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9663 8586 Fax (02) 9662 6292 firstname.lastname@example.org Website australianturfclub.com.au Description
The Australian Turf Club (ATC) is one of the most desirable destinations for thoroughbred racing, events and hospitality.
Headquartered at Royal Randwick, the ATC represents quality thoroughbred racing at four metropolitan racecourses across Greater Sydney - Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Warwick Farm and Canterbury Park.
Amongst these venues, The ATC offers Sydney (Autumn) and Spring Racing Carnivals, marquee events, live entertainment and award-winning convention and event centres with flexible indoor/outdoor event areas for exhibitions, conferences, gala dinners, festivals, product launches, race-day hospitality and film/photo shoots.
Centrally located in the geographical heart of Sydney and minutes from the Sydney Olympic site, Rosehill Gardens offer a diverse range of unique indoor and outdoor facilities, superior dining options and spectacular views over the racecourse and city skyline.
With over 30,000sqm of exhibition and event space, along with the capacity to hold up to 2,000 guests, the Grand Pavilion and Exhibition Centre are one of few Sydney venues able to accommodate both large and significant events.
Rosehill Gardens is set upon 200 acres including landscaped gardens, manicured lawns, a multi-storey Grandstand with several bars and dining outlets, commercial and satellite kitchens, an Exhibition Centre, egress and ingress zones involving taxi stands, car parking and a train station.
The grounds of Rosehill Gardens have been used for popular TV shows and commercials including Myer, Tom Waterhouse and Pantene.
Other ATC venues for film and photo shoot opportunities include Canterbury Park and Warwick Farm, which can be viewed at http://www.australianturfclub.com.au/events.html
Royal Automobile Club of AustraliaRoyal Automobile Club of Australia
Address 89 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Contact Daniel Smart Position Conference and Events Co-ordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 8273 2322 Fax (02) 8273 2323 email@example.com Website http://www.raca.com.au Description
A private business club housed in a heritage building on Macquarie Street, with parking, restaurants, function rooms, accommodation and extensive recreation facilities.
Royal Botanic Gardens TrustRoyal Botanic Gardens Trust
Address Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney and Domain Contact Ashley Rego Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9231 8118 Fax (02) 9231 8054 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au Description
The Royal Botanic Garden is set around Farm Cove and Woolloomooloo Bay. There are excellent views of the harbour and city skyline from the Garden and Domain which have been used in big blockbusters such as Mission Impossible II, The Matrix II to TV commercials, Tropfest entrants and images for national advertising campaigns to company photos. The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain offers many small niche locations such as historic bridges, scenic ponds, various types of gardens and foliage, historic infrastructure and has one of the best backdrops in the world for many filming and photography projects. Australian plant and lake locations also available at Mt Annan Botanic Garden, and cool-climate garden settings at Mount Tomah Garden. Application forms and policies sent on request. Also available online click here.
Vehicle access is restricted. The Garden is a sensitive area, the integrity of the site and public access and safety must be a priority at all times. However, Garden staff understand the needs of location work, will try to accommodate most requests and will endeavour to make your shoot as smooth as possible.
Royal Randwick Racecourse (Australian Turf Club)Royal Randwick Racecourse (Australian Turf Club)
Address Alison Road, Randwick NSW 2031 Location Alison Road, Randwick NSW 2031 and Hume Hwy, Warwick Farm NSW 2170 Contact Sarah Maher Position Business and Events Sales Coordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9663 8586 Fax (02) 9662 6292 email@example.com Website www.australianturfclub.com.au Description
The Australian Turf Club (ATC) is one of the most desirable destinations for thoroughbred racing, events and hospitality.
Headquartered at Royal Randwick, the ATC represents quality thoroughbred racing at four metropolitan racecourses across Greater Sydney - Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Warwick Farm and Canterbury Park.
Amongst these venues, The ATC offers Sydney (Autumn) and Spring Racing Carnivals, marquee events, live entertainment and award-winning convention and event centres with flexible indoor/outdoor event areas for exhibitions, conferences, gala dinners, festivals, product launches, race-day hospitality and film/photo shoots.
The re-launch of Royal Randwick in Sydney’s east in mid 2013 will see world-class facilities and amenities on offer. With the largest indoor scope and flexibility to be divided, Royal Randwick seats over 1,000 guests along with the multi-purpose outdoor arena seating over 4,500 guests.
Royal Randwick is set upon 200 acres of luscious green space including landscaped gardens, manicured lawns, a heritage style Grandstand and a modern state of the art multi-storey Grandstand (to be completed mid 2013) with several bars and dining outlets, commercial and satellite kitchens, marquees, an outdoor tiered arena, new and old stables, children’s playground, egress and ingress zones involving taxi stands, car parking and bus ways.
The grounds of Royal Randwick have been used for several block-busters and TV shows including Mission Impossible II, Australian Idol, Australia’s Got Talent, Underbelly Series, Biggest Loser, Bondi Vet, Master Chef and many TV commercials including Chrysler, Tooheys, David Jones, Claratyne, TAB, Tom Waterhouse, Centrebet and more.
Other ATC venues for film and photo shoot opportunities include Canterbury Park and Warwick Farm, which can be viewed at http://www.australianturfclub.com.au/events.html
RSPCA NSWRSPCA NSW
Contact Tina Sibbons Position Assistant, Inspector Department / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9782 4474 Fax (02) 9782 4446 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.rspcansw.org.au Description
There is a legislative requirement to contact the RSPCA or the Animal Welfare League in using animals for film/television. The RSPCA can supply animals with a handler for film or photo shoots (costs are to be covered). To read and authorise scripts using animals takes a maximum of one (1) week. The RSPCA has large grass areas that have been used for filming. Some Good-O commercials have been filmed at Yagoona Shelter.
State Library of NSWState Library of NSW
State TheatreState Theatre
Address 49 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000 Contact Jillian Belfield Position Accounts and Admin Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9373 6852 Fax (02) 9373 6537 email@example.com Website http://www.statetheatre.com.au Description
Opening in 1929, the 2000-seat State Theatre has three tiers of seating: Stalls, Mezzanine and Dress Circle. The palatial interiors feature artworks and fixtures of rare significance. The Dress Circle gallery houses artworks by significant Australian artists including William Dobell and Charles Wheeler whilst located in auditorium, the Koh-I-Nor cut crystal chandelier is the largest in the Southern hemisphere, and the second largest on earth, weighing over four tonnes. The inspirational design of architect Henry White fuses eclectic elements of Gothic, Italian and Art deco design to produce an exquisite theatre. As a heritage-listed building, there are certain restrictions in filming in the State Theatre. Note also that there is limited nearby parking.
State Transit AuthorityState Transit Authority
Contact Sarah Young Position Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9245 5488 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sta.nsw.gov.au Description
State Transit are happy to accommodate film inquiries. Unfortunately there can be no filming on regular State Transit bus services. Information on film shoot charters available on their website. http://www.sydneybuses.info/business/chartering-a-bus/film-shoot-charters.htm
Strickland HouseStrickland House
Contact Jones, Paul & Irina Position Caretakers, NSW Department of Commerce (FCO) Phone (02) 9337 5999 Mobile 0434 185 853 Fax (02) 93373882 email@example.com Description
2 week's notice preferred. NB: Redevelopment of the site is ongoing
Sydney (Kingsford Smith) AirportSydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport
Address Mascot International Terminal and Tarmacs Location Airports Contact Sally Cummine Position Manager Community Engagement, Partnerships & Events (FCO) Phone (02) 9667 6187 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sydneyairport.com Description
SACL (Sydney Airport Corporation Limited) works closely with commercial organisations and private persons wishing to use the airport for filming and photographic activities. Application must be entered 8 business days before the proposed activity. A minimum of 48 hours is required for media crews to gain airside access. SACL is responsible for filming in the airport precinct, including the International Terminal and Terminal 2, as well as all roads leading into and out of the airport precinct. Activities inside the Qantas Domestic Terminal do not fall within SACLs authority. Any requests to film or photograph inside their terminals should be directed to the Corporate Affairs Dept. of Qantas : (02) 9691 3636
Sydney & Botany - Sydney Ports CorporationSydney & Botany - Sydney Ports Corporation
Sydney AquariumSydney Aquarium
Contact Kristy Enright Position Public Relations Manager Phone (02) 9333 9249 email@example.com Website http://www.sydneyaquarium.com.au Description
Sydney Aquarium is one of the largest and most spectacular Aquariums in the world, presenting the unique wonders of Australian aquatic life. It features over 12,000 animals including huge sharks and rays, platypus, seals, fairy penguins, crocodiles and much more!
Please Note: Extra fees apply for special requests, i.e. use of Aquarium Divers, Feeding animals, etc. Filming hours are restricted during peak periods (public holidays and school holidays). TVCs and commercial film productions are usually done outside opening hours. Vehicles may park in one of the paid parking stations located on Sussex Street (opposite the Four Seasons hotel) or on the southern corner of Sussex and Market St.
For external filming, contact the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority.
Sydney College of the Arts (SCA)Sydney College of the Arts (SCA)
Address Balmain Rd, Rozelle NSW 2039 Contact Timothy Behr Position Venue Hire and Facilities Assistant / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9351 1105 Switch Phone (02) 9351 1000 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.usyd.edu.au/sca Description
Historical sandstone buildings set in the tranquil surrounds Callan Park and the Rozelle Hospital grounds. A network of tunnels and underground prison-like cells on site.
Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust (incorporating Sydney Football Stadium & SCG)Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust (incorporating Sydney Football Stadium & SCG)
Address Moore Park Road, Paddington NSW 2021 Location Incorporating Sydney Football Stadium and the Sydney Cricket Ground Contact James Hedrick Position Events Coordinator / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9380 0182 Switch Phone (02) 9360 6601 Fax (02) 9380 0319 email@example.com Website http://www.scgt.nsw.gov.au Description
As both Sydney Football Stadium and the Sydney Cricket Ground are working venues, any impact to the playing surface is closely monitored. The use of camera dolly/crane equipment may be negotiated for individual circumstances. Sports Tours are conducted through the two venues on a daily basis. Times may vary and interruptions to on-site activities may occur. EPA restrictions apply to light and noise emissions from the venue. Details will be made available upon request.
Sydney Entertainment CentreSydney Entertainment Centre
Address 35 Harbour Street, Haymarket NSW 2000 Contact Christina Critharis Position Executive Assistant to the General Manager (FCO) Phone (02) 9320 4267 Switch Phone (02) 9320 4200 Fax (02) 9281 2682 CCristaris@sydentcent.com.au Website http://www.sydentcent.com.au Description
The Sydney Entertainment Centre is a widely acknowledged world class venue often praised for its versatility, functionality and provision of leading edge facilities & services. The venue's location in the heart of the City is extremely advantageous with its close proximity to all major transport options & popular dining & entertainment. Along with its well known Concert & Conference facilities the SEC has function rooms which elegantly cater for Cocktails and Banquets from as few as 20 to 2000 people. The Spacious Foyers, the Back Stage area, the Dressing Rooms & the Loading Dock area are also used for the purposes of Movie, Television, Music Video and Commercial Shoots; together with many other activities including Product Launches and Media Conferences.
Sydney Fish MarketSydney Fish Market
Address Bank St , Pyrmont NSW 2009 Contact Jessica Harding Position Public Relations Assistant (FCO) Phone (02) 90041146 Fax (02) 90041179 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au Description
Market to review drama and commercial scripts before filming. Range of sites including: wholesale fish auctions, retail stores, wharves with vistas of Blackwattle Bay and Anzac Bridge, and Sydney Seafood School.
Sydney Harbour Federation TrustSydney Harbour Federation Trust
Address Building 28, Best Ave (PO Box 607) Mosman NSW 2088 Contact Alexandra Terrey Position Property Officer Phone (02) 89692100 Fax (02) 89692120 email@example.com Website http://www.harbourtrust.gov.au Description
Harbourside and Historic Locations The Harbour Trust manages seven lands around Sydney Harbour, including several former Defence bases. Most of the locations incorporate buildings and spaces in quiet locations that are currently vacant while the Harbour Trust plans their future use. North Head Artillery School, Manly The remarkable parade ground of the Artillery School is defined by simple Art Deco buildings amongst wild bushland that overlooks the harbour. There are barracks accommodation blocks, various institutional buildings with extensive kitchens, three mess halls, a ballroom, a gymnasium, cells, an oval and large vacant sheds. One of the largest sheds on the site, the Gun Park shed, has recently been upgraded to suit small scale studio work. In a very quiet location, the clear span shed has approximate dimensions of 28x18 metres, with a clearance of 5 metres to the side walls and 6.75 metres at the apex. The shed provides excellent access with full-height sliding panel doors with a width of approximately 14 metres on opposite sides and a hardstand area of approximately 4,500 sqm adjacent. Chowder Bay, Mosman Established as the submarine mining depot in the 1890s, Chowder Bay contains a number of historic buildings nestled around the water including a boatshed, a mine store of stone construction and a wharf. Later additions include barracks, classrooms, a lecture theatre, mess hall and offices. 30 Terminal and 10 Terminal, Mosman Former transport depots for the army, these locations offer a wide range of buildings from large sheds through to small timber barracks, huts, and offices. The view of the harbour from 30 Terminal is magnificent. School of Pacific Administration, Mosman The school consists of a cluster of weatherboard buildings connected by undercover walkways and surrounded by Bougainvillea vines and palms. Training Command, Mosman The former army base comprises a number of simple clad buildings incorporating offices, meeting rooms and kitchens. Other features of the site include underground tunnels and a large parade ground with expansive views of the harbour. Woolwich Dock Woolwich Dock extends for nearly three hundred metres in length, cut directly into the sandstone cliff face. The dock and surrounding area has been developed for maritime industrial use and includes large workshops as well as more recent Army buildings. Woolwich Dock is currently leased out to consortium Murlan Noakes: 9925 0306. Cockatoo Island (and Snapper Island) The island contains remains of a convict prison, houses dating to the 1840s, immense workshop spaces, the historic pumphouse and chimney, two dry docks and many more locations all on one island. There are endless possibilities for filming on Cockatoo Island and the Harbour Trust is looking closely at the possibility of long-term filming facilities for the island. Macquarie Lighthouse, Vaucluse Access for filming inside the lighthouse is limited as the light still operates and is leased by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority. The grounds provide a large open space with dramatic views up and down the coast with the lighthouse as a great backdrop. The former Marine Biological Station, Watsons Bay Built at the southern end of Camp Cove in 1881, this timber house with sandstone foundations is a good example of practical colonial architecture. It contains pressed metal walls and ornate fireplaces but requires considerable conservation work. From the house, there are magnificent views over Camp Cove Beach and Sydney Harbour. The FMBS is now privately leased, but the Trust retains a park adjacent.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore AuthoritySydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Address Level 6, Foreshore House, 66 Harrington St, The Rocks, NSW 2000 Location Contact Brendan Burke Position Event Development Team Leader Phone (02) 9240 8861 Brendan.Burke@shfa.nsw.gov.au Website http://www.shfa.nsw.gov.au Description
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority is responsible for Sydney's most historically and culturally significant waterfront locations. Our role is to: Restore, preserve, manage and promote some of Australia's most important heritage buildings and areas. Run events, community and education programs. Manage properties, carry out capital works and undertake major projects.
The Foreshore Authority is one of the biggest landholders in Sydney, owning just over 400 hectares. It also manages a number of other properties on behalf of other NSW Government agencies. The Foreshore Authority land holdings include two major precincts: The Rocks and Darling Harbour. It also owns key foreshore sites including the White Bay Power Station, the Rozelle Railway Yards and Ballast Point.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (Callan Park pka Rozelle Hospital)Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (Callan Park pka Rozelle Hospital)
Address Callan Park, Balmain Road, Rozelle NSW 2039 Position Customer Requests Phone (02) 9240 8673 Switch Phone 1300 655 995 Fax (02) 9271 5069 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.shfa.nsw.gov.au Description
Callan Park is a 61-hectare site in the suburb of Rozelle in Sydney's inner west.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority is responsible for the care, control and management of a large part of the site.
The following buildings are available to hire for filming and photo shoots:
To view available dates, visit the online calendar. Please note that bookings may only be made a maximum of three (3) months in advance.
Download a venue hire and filming fees fact sheet from the Related Information section.
Download the application form from the Related Information section, or complete the online application form at http://www.shfa.nsw.gov.au/sydney-Our_places_and_projects-Our_projects-Callan_Park-Callan_Park_Application_Form.htm.
For more information about booking a building, email email@example.com
For information on the Callan Park Master Plan, please visit Leichhardt Council's website, Callan Park your plan here http://callanparkyourplan.com.au/index.php.
For more information about bookings for the Garry Owen House building and grounds, contact the NSW Writer's Centre on 02 9555 9757.
Sydney Heritage FleetSydney Heritage Fleet
Contact Sybil Edwards Position Events Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9298 3888 Fax (02) 9298 3839 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sydneyheritagefleet.com.au Description
The museum has two heritage steam vessels, the flagship Lady Hopetoun and the tugboat Waratah (both centenarians), the 1874 tall ship James Craig, the gentleman�s schooner Boomerang (another centenarian) and the ex-Naval vessel Harman, among others. All boats are available for charter/hire for stills and film usage. For a full listing contact the museum.
Sydney Institute of TAFE - Ultimo CampusSydney Institute of TAFE - Ultimo Campus
Address Building L, Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007 Contact Cheryl Brunetta Position Events & Services Coordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9217 4610 Fax (02) 9217 4928 email@example.com Website http://www.sit.nsw.edu.au/ Description
Please see the Venue Hire Agreement for conditions of hire. A safety report is required as part of contract. Sydney Institute of TAFE covers seven locations: Ultimo, Petersham, Eora College (Chippendale), Sutherland (Gymea and Loftus), Design Centre Enmore, Randwick and St George. For filming at any of these except Ultimo, contact the TAFE NSW Media Unit (see separate entry).
Sydney International Equestrian CentreSydney International Equestrian Centre
Address 40 mins from the CBD Location Offiice of Communities / Sport and Recreation Contact Penny Stringer Position Event Coordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9620 2698 Fax (02) 96202709 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.equestriancentre.nsw.gov.au Description
The Sydney International Equestrian Centre is a world-class venue featuring state-of-the-art design in a rural environment. It is set on 96 hectares of magnificent parkland in Western Sydney, just 45km from Sydney�s central business district and its famous harbour. With its world-class facilities and expanse of open space and green rolling hills, the Equestrian Centre is a versatile rural sporting and exhibition complex. The Centre encompasses 20km of trails, numerous indoor and outdoor arenas and conference facilities.
Sydney International Regatta CentreSydney International Regatta Centre
Address Old Castlereagh Rd, Penrith NSW 2750 Location Communities NSW / NSW Sport and Recreation Contact Kevin Flynn Position Venue Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 4730 0000 Switch Phone (02) 4730 0000 Fax (02) 4730 6789 Kevin.Flynn@communities.nsw.gov.au Website http://www.regattacentre.nsw.gov.au Description
The Regatta Centre is a purpose built aquatic facility, which was internationally acclaimed as the venue for the rowing and canoeing events at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Formerly a quarry, the venue is now regarded as one of the world's finest regatta courses and a popular site for a broad range of aquatic sport and recreation activities. The natural beauty of the area is further enhanced by the serene expanse of lakes and scenic views of the Lower Blue Mountains. Situated approximately 60 minutes from the Sydney CBD, the Regatta Centre is a venue with a difference and offers unique facilities for filming. The lakes and parkland cover approximately 200 hectares and incorporate a 2.3km Competition Lake, a 1.5km Warm Up Lake, 1000 seat spectator pavilion and function centre, 5km cycle / walking path, start and finish towers and a 2km road that runs parallel to the course.
Sydney International Shooting CentreSydney International Shooting Centre
Address Elizabeth Drive, Cecil Park NSW 2171 Location Communities NSW / NSW Sport and Recreation Contact Robyn Ginger Position Venue Manager (FCO) Phone 02 8782 0101 Switch Phone 02 8782 0100 Mobile 0434 074172 Fax (02) 9826 2376 email@example.com Website http://www.shootingcentre.nsw.gov.au Description
Set on 80 hectares and only 45 km from the city, the Sydney International Shooting Centre includes; a fully enclosed 10m range, partially covered (standing position and targetry) outdoor 25m and 50m range and clay target ranges. All ranges have electronic targetry and cater for a variety of shooting disciplines. The rural environment provides a relaxing atmosphere which can be fully enjoyed when using the separate function and conference facilities.
Sydney Metro Airport - BankstownSydney Metro Airport - Bankstown
Location Airports Contact Mandy Burrows Position Airport Operations Controller (FCO) Phone (02) 8709 9400 Switch Phone (02) 9796 2300 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.bankstownairport.com.au/Home/Home.aspx Description
Mandy Burrows is the primary contact for two airports in Western Sydney: Bankstown and Camden. The airports handle a large volume of filming and stills photography, and are open to all filming inquiries. The airport supplies a Work Safety Officer to productions as required by the shoot. www.sydneymetroairportstudios.com
Sydney Metro Airport - CamdenSydney Metro Airport - Camden
Address Macquarie Grove Rd, Camden NSW 2570 Location Airports Contact Mandy Burrows Position Airport Operations Controller (FCO) Phone (02) 8709 9400 Switch Phone (02) 9796 2300 Fax (02) 9791 0230 email@example.com Website http://www.camdenairport.com.au/Home/Home_1.aspx Description
NOTE: Contact Bankstown Airport for filming inquiries at Camden Airport. www.sydneymetroairportstudios.com
Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic and Athletics CentreSydney Olympic Park Aquatic and Athletics Centre
Address Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park. NSW 2127 Contact Mina Tohmeh Position Events Supervisor / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9752 3666 Fax (02) 9752 3699 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.aquaticcentre.com.au www.athleticcentre.com.au Description
Both Centres are booked daily for elite athlete training and general public use. SOPAC will work to accommodate your requirements within the framework of the Centre's existing bookings. After hours filming is available. Within the Aquatic Centre, the main Competition and Utility Pools are available for hire. Other features include underwater viewing windows, grandstand seating decks, diving tower, TV lighting, leisure gardens, gymnasium, dressing/conference rooms, leisure pool area, elevated work platform and use of scoreboard. At the Athletic Centre, the Competition Arena and Warm-up Arena are available for hire. Other features include covered grandstand seating decks, dressing/conference rooms, track and field equipment, use of scoreboard. Safety: Filming near water has significant safety issues. If your production is going to be filming in or around the pools, strict WorkCover regulations apply - no high voltage cables are permitted on pool deck; all leads must be cable ramped for public safety. An on site Property and Services staff member will be assigned to your shoot to assist with power supply etc. Catering: Both venues have catering contracts in place. Site visits: These are preferred and can be arranged at short notice at no cost.
Sydney Olympic Park AuthoritySydney Olympic Park Authority
Address 8 Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW, 2127 Contact Jaye Delpech Position Events and FIlming Coordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 9714 7436 Switch Phone (02) 9714 7300 Mobile 0458 482 423 Fax (02) 9714 7398 Jaye.Delpech@sopa.nsw.gov.au Website http://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au Description
Sydney Olympic Park offers some magnificent and unique locations for filming. Please contact Sydney Olympic Park Authority for filming in the public areas and parklands. Licence fees apply. For filming within the individual venues, please contact the venues directly. Sydney Olympic Park offers diversity - from its magnificent and accessible built environment of world class sporting and entertainment venues to a significant heritage and natural environment. The 425 hectare parklands of Sydney Olympic Park, including Bicentennial Park, Newington Armory, comprise wetlands, woodlands, lakes and a wonderful waterbird refuge. They provide unique opportunities for nature-based commercial photographs and filming. The built environment, the home of the Sydney 2000 Games, has many different venues, including: The Novotel/Hotel Ibis Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre Sydney International Archery Park Sydney International Hockey Stadium Sydney International Tennis Centre Sydney Olympic Park Golf Centre Sydney Showground Acer Arena Telstra Stadium There are also plazas, squares, the grand Olympic Boulevard and major works of public art, including fountains, sculptures and a forest of poles called Games Memories. The Cauldron, relocated to The Overflow park is a focal point for celebrations at Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Opera HouseSydney Opera House
Address Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000 Contact Catherine Sarlas Position Project Officer Phone (02) 92507488 Switch Phone (02) 92507111 Fax (02) 92507844 email@example.com Website http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com Description
Contact for filming in the Opera House, on the Opera House Forecourt or Steps.
Sydney ShowgroundSydney Showground
Address Royal Agricultural Society of NSW 1 Showground Road, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127 Contact Lauren Milledge Position Business Development Coordinator / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9704 1311 Switch Phone (02) 9704 1111 Fax (02) 9704 1337 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sydneyshowground.com.au Description
Sydney Showground offers over 120,000 square metres of first class studios, buildings, warehouse spaces, street scapes including ample space for set building and storage. Other facilities include Stadium seating, playing field, change rooms, rodeo arena, fire station, police station, Roman style theatre and stables that are all available to the film, television and photographic industries.
Sydney Tower Eye and SkywalkSydney Tower Eye and Skywalk
Contact Kristy Enright (Merlin Entertainments Group) Position Public Relations Manager Phone (02) 9333 9249 email@example.com Website http://www.sydneytowereye.com.au/ Description
Sydney Tower's Observation Deck allows 360-degree views of Sydney from behind glass windows. Sydney Skywalk is an outdoor viewing attraction, with similar spectacular views but in the open air from the roof of Sydney Tower.
Sydney Water CorporationSydney Water Corporation
Sydney Wildlife WorldSydney Wildlife World
Location Darling Harbour Contact Kristy Enright (Merlin Entertainments Group) Position Public Relations Manager Phone (02) 9333 9249 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sydneywildlifeworld.com.au Description
Sydney Wildlife World has the largest variety of Australian land animals under one roof. It represents 9 unique habitats from all over Australia. With over 65 individual exhibits located across 7000m2 and 3 floors, there is something to amaze every visitor. From Butterflies in a two storey tropical rainforest, to Wallabies in Semi-arid Grasslands of the outback, to Koalas, Snakes, Nocturnal Bilbies, Possums and many many more! Both locations are open 9am - 10pm, and are a short stroll from the Sydney CBD. Please Note: Extra fees apply for special requests, i.e. use of Aquarium Divers, Feeding animals, etc. Filming hours are restricted during peak periods (public holidays and school holidays). TVCs and commercial film productions are usually done outside opening hours. Vehicles may park in one of the paid parking stations located on Sussex Street (opposite the Four Seasons hotel) or on the southern corner of Sussex and Market St. For external filming, contact the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority.
TAFE NSWTAFE NSW
Address Across NSW Contact Bindi Blomstrand Position Media Support Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9561 8501 email@example.com Website http://www.tafensw.edu.au Description
Contact Cheryl Brunetta for filming enquiries at Ultimo campus (see separate listing). For filming in all other TAFE locations (including other Sydney Institute campuses) contact the Media Unit as above.
Taronga Western Plains ZooTaronga Western Plains Zoo
Address Obley Rd, Dubbo NSW 2830 Location Zoos Contact Mandy Quayle Position Promotions and Public Relations Co-ordinator (FCO) Phone (02) 6881 1400 Switch Phone (02) 6882 5888 Fax (02) 68841722 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.zoo.nsw.gov.au Description
Australia's great open range Zoo with animals from Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Australia. Animals in large open-range exhibits without bars and cages. Also, mixed species on large African Savannah simulated area. Animals includes endangered species such as the Black Rhinoceros, Sumatran Tigers, Przewalski's Horse and Bridle Nailtail Wallaby and is the home of Australia's only African Elephants. Filming must not disturb the animals or interfere with the Zoo's workings. Filming is carried out at own risk. Please call to discuss your project as early as possible to ensure your concepts can be realised. Many animals at the Zoo are categorised as dangerous. All members of the film crew must follow the instructions of the Keepers and Zoo staff at all times to ensure that they and the animals remain unharmed. See Conditions listed under entry for Taronga Zoo.
Taronga ZooTaronga Zoo
Address Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, NSW 2088 Location Zoos Contact Mark Williams Position Media Relations Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9978 4606 Switch Phone (02) 9969 2777 Fax (02) 9978 4511 email@example.com Website http://www.zoo.nsw.gov.au Description
28 hectares of bushland and gardens with harbour and city views and 2500 animals.
The Comedy Store (Century Venues)The Comedy Store (Century Venues)
Address 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, 2204 Contact Craig Ivanoff Position Bookings Coordinator Phone (02) 9519 9231 Fax 9550 2290 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.comedystore.com.au Description
The Comedy Store is Australia’s premier stand-up comedy club since 1981, presenting world class comedy every week. It is a traditional, authentic comedy club experience like no other, that has seen the likes of many of the world’s best comedians. The Comedy Store Lounge Bar is adorned with decades of comedy history, and is an ideal venue for any filmed comedy projects.
The Concourse (Century Venues)The Concourse (Century Venues)
Address 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood, 2067 Contact Drew De Mullich Position Administration Manager Switch Phone (02) 9519 9231 Fax 9550 2290 email@example.com Website www.theconcourse.com.au Description
Located in the heart of the North Shore, The Concourse is Sydney’s most exciting entertainment and events destination. The Concourse is one of a kind, offering a unique mix of experiences and offers a collection of venues including a breathtaking Concert Hall, intimate Theatre, and a multi-functional Civic Pavilion. In addition to these large venues, the Concourse hosts a studio, the Rehearsal Room, Green Room, Chorus Room and The Lounge, as well as large landscaped public spaces. A long with a myriad of other projects, X-Factor was filmed in the Concourse’s very own Concert Hall.
The University of SydneyThe University of Sydney
Address University Venues, CIS, The University of Sydney Contact University Venues Team Phone (02) 9351 1537 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://sydney.edu.au Description
Filming Requests on the University grounds and buildings are assessed on a case-by-case basis and areas are subject to availability. Generally speaking the libraries are unavailable. Contact the University Venues office for enquiries and to obtain an application form.
Tourism AustraliaTourism Australia
Contact Melanie Shires Position Visual Assets Manager / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9361 1735 email@example.com Description
Tourism Australia’s footage show the Australian people, environment and our lifestyle across a range of experiences including nature, indigenous culture, outback, adventure, beach, cities, and food and wine. Please register on our Video Gallery site http://video.australia.com to access.
Tourism NSWTourism NSW
Contact Diane Glasson Position Acting Manager, National Communications / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9931 1475 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.tourism.nsw.gov.au Description
For information on New South Wales as a tourist destination and facts and figures on the impact of international tourism on New South Wales. New South Wales footage and images available. Assist with inbound media filming with Tourism focus through their International Media Visits (IMV) and Visiting Journalists Program (VJP).
Transport NSW - Roads and Maritime Services (formerly RTA)Transport NSW - Roads and Maritime Services (formerly RTA)
Contact Jerimia (Jerry) Tukadra Position Film & Location Co-ordinator (FCO) - Road Occupancy Unit | Transport Operations Phone (02) 8396 1517 Fax (02) 8396 1530 email@example.com Website http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/ Description
Roads and Maritime Services (NSW) Filming & Video Policy Statement for Major NSW Roads and Film Shoot Application is available on their website. http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/trafficinformation/downloads/filming_application_pack.pdf Policy Statement: The RMS is the New South Wales State Government agency responsible for management of traffic and safety on the state's road network. The RMS is supportive of special uses of the road network (such as by the film industry) provided that impacts on traffic flow can be appropriately managed and public safety not compromised. Scope of RMS Interest: In NSW there is a hierarchy of roads ranging from major interstate and regional transport routes, to roads carrying only local traffic. The RMS is responsible for managing State Roads and local government (councils) are responsible for managing regional and local roads. Advice on the classification of roads can be obtained from the contact provided or from local councils. As a rule of thumb, State Roads are the more heavily trafficked urban roads, and rural freeways and highways for the transportation of people and goods. Approval for lane or total road closures of State Roads is a matter for the RMS. However, separate council and police approval for any major film industry activity or special event is mandatory, as councils and police have broader responsibilities to the community to consider. The RMS would involve councils and the Police Service in consideration of any significant road closures. Companies seeking to use the ANZAC Bridge should also ensure that they comply with the requirement of the NSW Premier's department. The RMS manages the traffic signal network on all types of roads and the RMS must be involved in considering and implementing proposals that require modifications to traffic signal operation. The RMS is also responsible for issuing special vehicle permits for over-dimension loads, which are often required by the film industry. Accordingly the RMS may allow filming/ videoing and photography shoots in or on its assets or roads in assistance with the Guidelines for Film Shoots on Major NSW Roads which are available on the net. Contact the RMS for filming on the roadway, pedestrian lane and cycleway of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Contact BridgeClimb for enquiries that involve climbing the bridge.
University of New South Wales (UNSW)University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Contact Hannah Lloyd Position Business Development Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9385 1715 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.unsw.edu.au Description
260 venues, beautiful landscaped university grounds, and latest building architecture. Rooms, buildings and areas are subject to availability. Generally it is easier to accommodate filming between semesters, and over the summer break.
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
University of Western SydneyUniversity of Western Sydney
Address Campuses at Penrith (Werrington Sth, Werrington Nth, Kingswood), Bankstown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Blacktown, Parramatta (Parramatta, Parramatta Nth, Westmead) Contact Barbara Dene Position Manager, Commercial Property Phone (02) 9678 7210 email@example.com Website http://www.uws.edu.au Description
Approved activities are subject to negotiated Facility Use Agreement.
Warringah Aquatic CentreWarringah Aquatic Centre
Contact Patricia Parker Position Bookings Officer / Film Contact Officer Phone (02) 9451 8000 Fax (02) 9975 2163 firstname.lastname@example.org Description
Facilities include 50 metre indoor pool, 4 lane 25 metre outdoor pool, toddlers pool, 4 metre deep diving pool and underwater viewing windows with the centre set in beautiful bushland surrounds. Exclusive use of the area may be granted after hours under special circumstances. The Diving Pool has 2 underwater viewing windows for filming and photography.
Yasmar Juvenile Correctional facilityYasmar Juvenile Correctional facility
Address Haberfield NSW 2045 Location Gaols and Correctional facilities Contact Kerry Mumford Position Media Unit Director, Juvenile Justices Phone 02 9219 9400 Website http://www.djj.nsw.gov.au/contactus_yasmar.htm