The project, by Kerrin Rowe, was shot over a 10 month period with high end camera equipment and motion control dolly’s to capture the region’s stunning landscapes.

The amazing aspect of Western Australia is that outside of Perth the light pollution is near non existent due to the great distances between towns which allows the night sky to pop out and be visually spectacular. The film captures the night sky over some of Western Australia’s most iconic locations.

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The underlying theme of the film is about getting outdoors and exploring Western Australia and its beauty, whether that be catching a 15 foot monster set at Gnarloo Station, hiking through 400 million year old cliffs in Kalbarri National Park or snorkelling through the turquoise waters of the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.

“Sitting under the stars in the middle of Kalbarri National Park where the only sound is your heart beating and your breath making contact with the crisp night air, was a truly reconnecting experience to the world.”, said Kerrin Rowe.

Film locations:
Nambung National Park, Carnarvon, Geraldton, Kennedy Range National Park, Chapman Valley, Gnarloo Station, Red Bluff, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Coral Bay, Denham, Exmouth, Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Cape Range National Park, Francois Peron National Park, Beaches of the Ningaloo Reef

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