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Virtual reality filming

It’s been a fun few days filming in the Sapphire Gemfields and Blackdown Tableland National Park for a new virtual reality (VR) project.

We are working with film maker Lou Petho, Australian Nature Guides and the Queensland Information Centres Association to deliver the project.

Together, we’re creating two 3-minute VR experiences to showcase the Central Highlands’ top visitor attractions.

This is the first of 11 VR projects that Lou is filming for Visitor Information Centres around Queensland. He’ll spend up to 20 days travelling more than 5,000 kms.

Filming at sunset at Blackdown Tableland.
Lou Petho directing and setting up the shoot at Miners Heritage Rubyvale with locals, Kerrie, on right, Alexandra and Caleb on left.

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