The third season in the series will be filmed in Queensland and is expected to inject $66 million into the national economy.

Two people crouch at the edge of a sink hole

Australia continues to attract international productions through the Location Incentive, with television series La Brea shooting its third season in Queensland. Production is expected to support over 200 local jobs, a boost for creatives within the film industry hoping to gain experience within Australia.

The third instalment of the popular series continues to tell the story of a large sinkhole mysteriously opening in Los Angeles. It transports a disparate group of strangers to an unexplainable primeval world where they must work together to survive, uncover the mystery of where they are and find if there’s a way back home.

After 2 seasons of filming La Brea in Victoria, Queensland will now provide the backdrop for the prehistoric world, with 300 local businesses set to benefit during filming of the production.

Australia can look forward to more big budget productions being made on our shores following the Government’s recent announcement in the 2023-24 budget that the Location Offset would increase from 16.5 to 30%.  

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