/News 15.04.21


Screenwest presents the vibrant and versatile capital of Western Australia – the Perth Metro area.

From a thriving metropolis to a UK High Street to a small harbour side town, with pristine beaches, rolling hills and even an island paradise Western Australia’s capital city Perth has it all.

Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour in the evening. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

The stunning, portside city of Fremantle is sprinkled with heritage buildings, picturesque coastal and harbour locations and green, open parklands dotted with Norfolk pine trees. Known for its bustling café and cosmopolitan restaurant culture, Fremantle could easily double as a US town or seaside England, with plenty of amenity for visiting production crews.

Fremantle is also renowned for its well-preserved colonial-era buildings. Architectural highlights include the convict-built Roundhouse and Fremantle Prison.

The Round House, High Street, West End Fremantle. Credit: Paul Smyth

The City of Perth is nestled on the banks of the Swan River, and offers a wide range of locations from parkland with sweeping waterfront views to a futuristic urban jungle.

Elizabeth Quay, Perth City. Credit: Tourism Western Australia
Perth City. Credit: City of Perth
Perth City from above. Credit: City of Perth

Only a few miles from the Perth Central Business District, the Swan Valley and Chittering Valley offer romantic vineyards, undulating, green landscapes, hidden valleys, secluded river settings.

The Chittering Valley. Credit: Tourism Western Australia
Swan Valley. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

Just a 30 minute ferry trip from Perth, Rottnest Island offers secluded, white, sandy beaches and clear turquoise water teaming with sea life and coral reef. With the sun setting in the West, during the warmer months, the Island is spoiled with epic sunsets.

Fish Hook Bay, Rottnest Island. Credit: Rottnest Island Authority
Pinky Beach Light House, Rottnest Island. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

Western Australia offers international productions a wealth of diverse locations within the metropolitan area, offering outstanding incentives and world-class post-production and VFX companies.

Find out more about Filming in Western Australia:
Gabrielle Cole
Production Attraction & Services Manager, Screenwest
+61 8 6169 2117
[email protected]

Featured Image Credit: Historical cottage located behind the Round House in Fremantle. Credit: Tourism Western Australia