Filming in and around the Shire of Exmouth

The Shire of Exmouth is a film-friendly location keen to offer its support to the professional film and television industry. 

Exmouth is an upcoming film and production destination in regional Western Australia, located at the doorstep of the Ningaloo Reef. The Shire of Exmouth is advocating and facilitating filming activity in the region, and to generate greater economic benefits for the Shire of Exmouth. As a Film Friendly Location a dedicated Film Liaison officer is here to assist you with enquiries.

Contact Details 


Shire of Exmouth
Film Liaison Officer | Event Coordinator: Jaci Cutler

In-Person: located at the Ningaloo Centre, 2 Truscott Cr, Exmouth WA 6707
By Post: PO Box 21, Exmouth WA 6707
Telephone +61 (08) 9949 3000
Email: ec@exmouth.wa.gov.au
Manager: Gabrielle Cole

Telephone: +61 (08) 6169 2117
Email: gabrielle.cole@screenwest.com.au
Website: screenwest.com.au/film-in-wa

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
Lease & Licensing Officer – Parks and Wildlife Service, Pilbara Region, Exmouth District: Natalie Hair

Telephone: +61 (08) 9947 8022
Mobile: +61 (0) 457 024 425
Website: www.dbca.wa.gov.au

Department of Defence
Teresa Miller
Email: Teressa.MILLER@defence.gov.au
Website: www1.defence.gov.au/about/contact-us/film-tv

Information Exmouth, Western Australia

  • Time Zones: Perth, Western Australia is GMT +8.00
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    Cyclone Information
    Cyclone season extends from 1 November to 30 April. When a cyclone approaches you should listen to your local radio station or monitor your television for cyclone information. 
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    Fire Regulations
    The Shire of Exmouth has various measures in place to assist in the control of bushfires. Please educate yourself accordingly.
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  • Electricity: Mains voltage in Australia is 230 volts 50 hertz; however, 240 volts is still commonly used. Earthed three-pin plugs are used in Australia.

  • Currency: The currency in Australia is the Australian Dollar (AUD). 
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