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A film crew filming actors on a car inside a studio

Photo: Behind the scenes shooting simulated car travel scenes with Last Pixel LED screens. ITCH Series 2. Photography by David Dare Parker. Komixx Entertainment.

Works, which will prepare the site for the future construction of a screen production facility, include site establishment, surveying, fill, bulk earthworks and drainage, and are anticipated to be completed late next year (2024).

A Problem and Opportunity Statement for delivery and operation of a screen production facility was released in an open market process by the State Government under the Market-led Proposals policy.

The State Government continues to assess Home Fire's proposal through Stage 3 of the Market-led Proposals process.

Home Fire has withdrawn the concept of a creative industries hub at E Shed in Fremantle from its overall proposal.

More information on the Market-led Proposal can be found on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website.

Western Australia is already seeing a return on the State Government’s Production Attraction Incentive investment, with filming of major productions like The Surfer, The Twelve and We Bury the Dead creating local jobs, enabling local skill development and showing off our beautiful state.

The forward works move WA a step closer to having the infrastructure needed to take the state’s screen industry to the next level, which will put Western Australia in an even stronger position to attract larger national and international film and TV projects.


Page reviewed 27 February 2023