News 25.10.21

SYDNEY: STEPPING INTO THE FUTURE



The architecture of Sydney, Australia’s oldest city, is a magnificent fusion of old and new, contributing to its reputation as one of the most beautiful and diverse cities in the world.

The simple ‘restrained’ Georgian style from the late 1700s is a long way from the architecture you find in Sydney today – Georgian, Neo-Gothic, Old English, Victorian, Federation, Italianate, Queen Anne, Tudor, Dutch Colonial, Art Deco, Californian Bungalow, Spanish Mission, Brutalist, and the list continues.

With this huge range of locations and architecture, Sydney and NSW have doubled for many destinations across the globe including New York, London, California, the Pacific, small town USA, the Middle East, Vietnam, China, Tokyo, France, Spain, and numerous dystopian worlds. If you want to see why, watch the NSW locations reel here.

That’s the past, here is a glimpse into the future.

Welcome to the Future!

International Towers, Barangaroo. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Crown Towers Sydney, Barangaroo. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Barangaroo House, Barangaroo. Image Credit: Destination NSW.
International Towers, Barangaroo. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Crown Towers Sydney, Barangaroo. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Barangaroo from Peacock Point. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Wynyard Walk. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Within the Hall of Service looking out through the Occulus to the original Memorial. Photograph by Peter Bennetts, courtesy of the Anzac Memorial.
University of Technology Sydney, Business School. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology Sydney, Business School. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology Sydney, Business School. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology, Sydney. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology, Sydney. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology, Sydney. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology Sydney. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
One Central Park, Broadway, Chippendale. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Broadway, Chippendale. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Darling Square Precinct & Broadway, Chippendale. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
The Dome, Sydney Showground. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Darling Square Precinct. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
The Exchange, Darling Square. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Darling Square Precinct. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
University of Technology & Phillip Street, Sydney. Image Credit: Screen NSW.
Darling Square Precinct. Image Credit: Screen NSW.

We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney in 2022!

With competitive incentives, world-class cast, crew, stages and cutting-edge film technology, NSW ensured a blockbuster year for film production in 2021, with over $1 billion invested in the State. 

For additional information on filming in NSW contact:

MATT CARROLL
Senior Manager, Production Attraction (Made in NSW fund)
[email protected]
+61 418 404 127

CHERYL CONWAY
Manager, Production Attraction
[email protected]
+61 419 279 215

SUE MCCREADIE
Manager, Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV & Digital Games funds)
[email protected]
+61 410 696 911
www.screen.nsw.gov.au

The team can assist with information on locations, technical and creative talent, studio space, postproduction, and visual effects facilities and on all aspects of filming.

Watch the NSW locations reel here.