Film Kalamunda

Interested in filming in this amazing region?


Situated in the Darling Range, 24 kilometres east of Perth, the City of Kalamunda offers an extensive range of film locations. Be it city or country, industry or farmland, the outback, the south of France or the Hollywood Hills you’ll find it here in Kalamunda! Encompassing an area of more than 300 square kilometres the Shire is known for its stunning National Parks and State Forests, as well as its thriving orchards and vineyards. While some areas maintain a beautiful small town feel the City includes rapidly growing urban and industrial areas and is connected to the State's major highways.

Find all you need to start filming in this stunning area.
What has been filmed here

Commercials, television series, documentaries, short and feature films have all been made in the City of Kalamunda. Productions include Electric Pictures The War That Changed Us, Taylor Media’s An Accidental Soldier, the ScreenWest supported web series Super Dingo, feature film Bad Girl by Fin Edquist as well as the popular Channel 9’s Garden Gurus

The War that Change us
“The City was very responsive to our filming needs and made the process effortless" - Electric Pictures

An Accidental Soldier
"The Kalamunda locals were always incredibly generous and supportive and there was a great deal of good will surrounding the project.” - Taylor Media

Super Dingo
"The City of Kalamunda have exceeded our expectations in providing multiple locations for the filming of 5 episodes of our comedy web series Super Dingo.  We have built a long standing relationship with the Shire, whose staff have been helpful, willing to assist in promotion and publicity of not only our series, but show a keen interest in the development of the WA film industry as a whole."
Natalie Lewis 

Bad Girl
The film was shot in the Swan Valley, Kalamunda and Serpentine area over a period of 4 weeks between August and September.  BAD GIRL is produced by Steve Kearney, Bruno Charlesworth and Tenille Kennedy. The original screenplay is by Fin Edquist.

Location Gallery
The City of Kalamunda has created a digital database of GPS mapped locations for you to  browse at your leisure and find the location of your vision.
View the location gallery