Quigley Down Under Filming Locations- Where was Quigley Down Under filmed?
The fishing village in the film where Quigley is taken by the Aborigines was actually filmed in a museum replica of an 1860 port town in Meekathanga near the Apollo Bay area and the set was built with the help of the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum.
📍Northern Territory, Australia
The Northern Territory is an Australian territory in the central and central northern regions of Australia. The cast and crew filmed in and around the Northern Territory and which is another primary filming location of the film.
Most of the filming of the film took place in the town of Alice Springs also known as Stuart until 31 August 1933 and is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory.
The “Marston Station” in the film was built and completed with animal pens, stables, and a homestead house ad made it seem like a copy of a 19th-century ranch.
The Ross River Homestead in the east of Alice Springs was another primary location for Marston’s home and the historic homestead was built in the 1800s.