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A permit is required to film or undertake commercial photography within public spaces – for example streets, footpaths, ovals, bushland reserves – around Banyule.
If you plan to film or undertake commercial photography in or near a building we own or manage, you are also required to apply for a filming location agreement(PDF, 29KB).
Your application to film on our land will require:
We will review your application against the criteria set out in our Filming in Banyule Guidelines.
Read our filming in Banyule guidelines(PDF, 58KB)
Our guidelines set out expectations and requirements for filming and stills photography, and your application will be reviewed against this criteria. This includes filing for:
Read our Conditions for filming and still photography(PDF, 38KB).
Filming is usually not permitted between midnight and 6am. In some instances, permission may be granted for filming during these hours.
Apply for a filming permit
Talk to the Municipal Laws team on 9490 4222 or firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting your application.