Bold Park's rich biodiversity, spectacular views and network of bushland trails make it a unique venue for film or photographic shoot.

Australian RingneckPermission is required to take still or motion pictures in Bold Park by photographic or electronic means for the purpose of public display, broadcast or transmission, or use in the promotion or sale of goods or services.

Please complete and submit the form in the Commercial Filming and Photography application pack, available to download below.

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All visitors to Bold Park are required to comply with Terms and Conditions below and the general Bold Park Conditions of Use.

If you require further information please contact the Bookings Officer.

Terms and conditions

Due to the sensitive nature of bushland, please remain on pathways and grassed areas at all times.

The Authority cannot reserve parking. Vehicles are not permitted to leave the road or parking areas; stop or park in No Parking or No Standing zones.

The organiser is booking a venue or area in a public space, open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. While the Authority endeavours to ensure that the area or venue is in the same condition as at the time of booking, there can be events, works or maintenance required that are outside of our control. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure suitability of the location prior to the shoot.

Students (school, TAFE or University) are not required to pay a fee but must make a booking giving all specific details pertaining to the shoot and the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority must be acknowledged in the credits.

Your written confirmation, together with your receipt, must be held by you for the duration that you are present in Bold Park.

Media film and photography

Media groups wishing to undertake film and photography should refer to the media section.

COVID-19

The wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our number one priority during the current COVID-19 situation. We are closely monitoring and responding to Government health advice and putting extra measures in place to protect our staff, volunteers and visitors.  

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