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Film making

Ironbark Environmental Arboriculture has extensive experience in providing safety at height services to film makers.

Our services include:

  • Qualified and experienced arborists who will raise your cameraman and presenter into the forest canopy.

  • Provision of tree access and personal safety equipment.

  • Installation of filming platforms, camera mounts and hides.

  • Rigging of horizontal and vertical cable dollies,

  • Multiple Go-Pro mounting configurations for climbers and static shots.

  • Provision of work method statements and risk assessments.

  • We hold Public Liability Insurance $20 million and Professional Indemnity $10 million.


Recent projects:

Magnetizer TV, Advertisement, Installation of rope swing for use by actors.

ABC, 7:30 Report, Facilitation of tree access for a cameramen and presenter, Natalie Whiting,  Burney Island, Tasmania

ZED Films, The Secret Life of Forests, Facilitation of tree access for cameramen to film from the top of an 87 m tall Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Styx Valley, Tasmania

France 3, Le Monde de Jamy, Australie: Des arbres qui survivent au feu, Training of television presenter, Jamy Gourmaud and cameramen to climb an 86 m tall Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Baw Baw National Park, Victoria

BBC 2, The Wonders of Life Size Matters, Climbing of a giant Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) to provide a sense of scale and filming context shots, Toolangi State Forest, Victoria

ABC Great Southern Land, Tug of War, Training of television presenter, Professor Steve Simpson and cameramen to climb a giant Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Arve Valley, Tasmania

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