The Hunter region – notably Stockton sand dunes and the Stockton bridge – features in a three-minute video aimed to attract film production to NSW. 

Hollywood producers and location scouts viewing the video – A place for every story – will be exposed to more than 50 of the most awe-inspiring locations in NSW. The Stockton Beach sandscapes feature prominently in the clip, and Stockton Bridge is also included.

The video showcases what NSW has to offer the international film industry, including eerie plains (Monaro) and snow-capped peaks (Snowy Mountains) along with sweeping footage of NSW greenery, beaches and a range of modern, industrial and historic buildings found across the state.

The video also highlights how NSW scenery can double for locations across the United States, Great Britain, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

“With this video we wanted to showcase the NSW that filmmakers don’t see every day, and really promote the incredible choice and adaptability that our stunning regional and metro locations have to offer international filmmakers,” Mr Harwin said.

“NSW is hugely film-friendly and has a workforce dedicated to helping filmmakers through the entire process. We are delighted to be able to capture the best of our landscape offering through this teaser and excited to showcase it to Hollywood later this month.”

The video will be used by arts, screen and culture agency Create NSW on an ongoing basis to promote the state to domestic and international filmmakers.

Download the list of locations in the film.