Filming in Coffs Harbour

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Filming in Coffs Harbour

The diversity of the Coffs Harbour area with its beaches, forests, heritage villages, hills and modern urban centres lends itself well to film production companies looking for a variety of locations.

If you are preparing to film in the Coffs Harbour City Council area, please contact Fiona Barden on 02 6648 4082, or email Coffs Harbour City Council.

Below are copies of the documents you will need to make an application to film in the Coffs Harbour area:

Filming Guidelines

Coffs Harbour City​ Council Filming Protocol