Two of Australia’s most experienced TV and Film Production Attraction professionals will be in Dubbo to show property owners, council members and filmmakers how to attract film and television production to this region.

Tuesday 10 May – Seminar

A must-attend for council staff, private and public property owners, attraction managers, tourism officers, event organisers, aspiring location scouts, government location liaison officers, filmmakers, photographers, and marketers. Light lunch included followed by networking drinks.

 Price for Dubbo Filmmaker members: $20

Price for General Admission: $45


Wednesday 11 May – Practical Location Scouting Workshop

A full-day Practical Location Scouting Workshop to train up budding location professionals, led by Lisa Scope. Aiming at local filmmakers and photographers and anyone with an interest in pursuing a career as a location scout. 

 Note: To attend the practical scouting workshop, you must attend the seminar on Tuesday.

 Price for Dubbo Filmmaker members: $40
(this price is for a 2-day pass to the seminar and workshop)

Price for General Admission: $90
(this price is for a 2-day pass to the seminar and workshop)


Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo

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Dubbo and the Great Western Plains has a vast array of natural, cultural and built attractions. These combined with easy access via road and air are excellent resources to encourage TV and Film producers to choose to film their next job in and around Dubbo. With considered promotion of these significant assets, there is potential to attract more inbound screen productions, bolster the local economy and create more jobs.

 Attendees will find out about the role of the location manager, how productions source and secure regional filming locations in NSW, the aesthetic and logistical requirements of filming locations and also how to publicize their property or land to the screen industry

Tickets are available here.

Become a Dubbo Filmmaker here, to access discounted tickets, click here.


Presented by Screenworks and ScreenNSW and supported by Dubbo Filmmakers Inc., and Dubbo Regional Council via SPARC and Economic Development.