INTRODUCTION

The Old Treasury Building is a film-friendly location while balancing the public access for the museum and requirements of our tenants.

The information on this page relates to commercial filming and still photography, including television, feature films, advertising and television commercials, documentaries and music videos.

All commercial filming activities are requires to apply for a permit for the use of a public space. This ensures the activity is in accordance with the regulations of this building. A list of our general terms and conditions is attached below.

 

FILM PERMITS

We will respond to your application within five business days of receiving it. Please note that if we need to make complex arrangements for your filming activity it may take us more than five days to issue a permit. Incomplete forms will be returned without action.

Some low impact or amateur filming does not require a permit; however permission must still be given by Old Treasury Building. If you believe your project qualifies as low impact, please contact our Filming Coordinator.

To apply for a permit, please complete the application form and send it to the contact listed below.

Application form (coming soon)
Guidelines for filming at Old Treasury Building (coming soon)

 

CONTACT

• Telephone: (03) 9651 2233
• Email Filming Coordinator
• Postal Address: 20 Spring Street, Melbourne, 3000

 

OTHER RESOURCES AND RELATED FORMS

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR FILM CREWS
FILM VICTORIA
• Guide to filming in Old Treasury Building Handbook (coming soon)
• Standard Terms and Conditions for Filming in Old Treasury Building

 

FILMING APPROVAL ACT 2014

In August 2014 the Victorian Government passed new legislation to standardise the process for obtaining commercial filming permits on public land managed by local councils and state government agencies in Victoria.

The Filming Approval Act 2014, effective 1 March 2015, provides a framework for the approval of filming permits. It outlines eight film friendly principles and the guidelines for commercial filming on public land across the state.

Victoria’s Film Friendly Guidelines are available to view here