Screen Queensland – Ipswich Film Locations

Ipswich City Council is partnering with Screen Queensland to put Ipswich on film-makers maps!

The project will see more than 100 of Ipswich’s most iconic landmarks and historic buildings catalogued to create a database of Ipswich film locations.

The City of Ipswich is becoming increasingly popular as a filming destination, and is no stranger to the glittering lights of movie sets. Feature film, The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman was filmed at The Workshops Railway Museum in 2012, while the 2016 Australian Drama, Don’t Tell, was filmed at the former Ipswich Court House and Woodlands of Marburg (pictured). Read our story about 7 Films Shot in Ipswich.

Shooting for Don't Tell, filmed at Woodlands of Marburg.

Don’t Tell being filmed at Woodlands of Marburg

Who is Screen Queensland?

Screen Queensland is a Queensland government-owned company that invests in and supports the Queensland screen industry. They are striving to make Queensland a global leader for the screen industry-leading across all platforms and genres from film and TV to games and online as well as those platforms that are yet to be defined.

Screen Queensland

Nominate your business/property:

Businesses or private property owners interested in having their location considered for future film shoots can submit them directly to Screen Queensland for consideration.

Check out the current locations included in the Film Ipswich Locations Database.

Use the link below to nominate your business/property. You will need to supply:

• Location details and description
• Any usage restrictions
• Contact details
• Up to 20 photos to truly represent the property