Explore the regions of Western Australia; find all the different councils and shires in metropolitan Perth; determine where permissions are needed to film on indigenous lands; and see where successful dramas and documentaries have been filmed.

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Gascoyne

Gascoyne Development Commission
15 Stuart Street, Carnarvon WA 6701
Email: info@gdc.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9941 7000
Website: http://www.gdc.wa.gov.au

The Gascoyne is home to a spectacular pristine wilderness experience on both land and sea. Spectacular sites include Shark Bay in the south and Ningaloo Reef in the north. The Gascoyne is characterised by miles of rich red earth, golden fields, rugged rock formations, vast cattle stations and towns built on the dreams of the wild gold rush era.

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Goldfields/Esperance

The GEDC has three offices in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Esperance and Leonora.
Visit their website for contact details of each offices.
Website: http://www.gedc.wa.gov.au/

The Goldfields-Esperance region is located in the south-eastern corner of Western Australia. The tranquil eucalyptus forests, wide sweeping plains, dry lake beds, low lying scrub land and spinifex fields capture the regions’ diverse natural riches. This natural bounty, combined with its striking landscapes, gold rush heritage and Indigenous history, make the area a truly unique Australian outback getaway.

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Great Southern

Great Southern Development Commission
110 Serpentine Road, Albany, WA
Phone: +61 8 9842 4888
Website: http://www.gsdc.wa.gov.au/

The Great Southern takes in several hundred kilometres of the State’s southern coastline. You can stand on the edge of granite cliffs overlooking miles of brilliant white beaches and an ocean of dazzling blues. And in the acres of lands that stretch behind you, you’ll find some of Australia’s most biodiverse natural landscapes. Albany is the region’s biggest urban centre and holds a special place in national and regional history as the site of Western Australia’s first European settlement and as a focus of unique Anzac connections.

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Kimberley

Kimberley Development Commission
7 Ebony Street, Kununurra Western Australia 6743
Email: info@kdc.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9148 2100
Website: http://kdc.wa.gov.au/

The Kimberley region is a remote and sparsely populated complex landscape. Often described as one of the world’s last great wildernesses, the Kimberley encompasses spectacular gorges, thundering waterfalls and cave systems, pockets of lush rainforest and an astonishing variety of wildlife. And on its coast lie some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, untouched coral atolls and rugged islands with an amazing variety of marine life.

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Mid West

Mid West Development Commission
Level 2 Foreshore Business Centre, 209 Foreshore Drive
GERALDTON WA 6531
Email: info@mwdc.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9921 0702
Website: http://www.mwdc.wa.gov.au/

The Mid West Region features spectacular gorges, numerous salt lakes, dramatic coastal rock forms, and one of Western Australia's most unique marine environments. Kalbarri National Park consists of 400-million year old river systems whilst off the coast of Geraldton, 122 islands provide stunning coral communities. Between July and October, the region becomes wildflower country featuring stunning everlastings and vivid blooming varieties.

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Peel

Peel Development Commission Office
45 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210
Email: peel@peel.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9535 4140
Website: http://www.peel.wa.gov.au/

Peel is located just a one-hour drive south from metropolitan Perth. The region is a coastal plane and provides a variety of panoramas with white carpeted sands, salt water estuary pools, towering forests and winding canal-ways.

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Perth

Contact one of the 30 shires/councils that make up the Perth Metropolitan region. Refer to Metropolitan interactive map.

The Perth Metropolitan region includes the capital city of Perth, with the majority of the area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. It includes the coastal strip from Two Rocks in the north to Singleton in the south, and inland to The Lakes. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, Perth is also home to Kings Park—one of the world’s largest inner city parks, beautiful wineries, and stunning beaches. The Swan River flows through the city to the historic port of Fremantle.

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Pilbara

Pilbara Development Commission
Karratha Office: 5 Sharpe Avenue, Karratha WA 6714
Email: pdc@pdc.wa.gov.au
Phone: Free call 1800 843 745
Website: http://www.pdc.wa.gov.au/

Encompassing 507,896 square kilometres from the North West coastline to the border of the Northern Territory, the Pilbara is one of the largest regions in Western Australia. The scenery of the region is a variety of a vast coastal plain, breathtaking inland ranges and an arid desert region extending into Australia's dry centre.

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South West

South West Development Commission
9th Floor Bunbury Tower, 61 Victoria Street
Bunbury 6230
Email: info@swdc.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9792 2000
Website: http://www.filmsouthwest.com.au/

Lush and green, the South West has magnificent natural scenery. Home to limestone caves, national parks with towering ancient forests, spectacular mountain ranges and rugged coast, the Mediterranean climate makes it the ideal location for its boutique wineries and gourmet food producers. It is also home to some of the best surfing spots in the country. The region also features a number of perfectly preserved circa 1900s townships including Nannup, Manjimup, Boyup Brook, and Margaret River.

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Wheatbelt

Wheatbelt Development Commission
1st Floor, 298 Fitzgerald Street, NORTHAM WA 6401
Email: info@wheatbelt.wa.gov.au
Phone: +61 8 9622 7222
Website: http://www.wheatbelt.wa.gov.au/

The Wheatbelt is the most diverse region in Western Australia consisting of vast open farmland, delightful small country towns, woodlands that are transformed with stunning carpets of wildflowers in spring, rust-red granite outcrops, salt lake views, rural wineries, and the shimmering waters of Jurien Bay. Most of these landscapes are accessible within a couple of hours of metropolitan Perth.

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