Producers of the new ABC television series Mystery Road are looking for extras in Western Australia’s Kununurra and Wyndham areas.
The six-part television series is being filmed in Kununurra in WA’s north and stars Aboriginal actor Aaron Pederson and screen veteran Judy Davis.
People of all ages are needed for non-speaking parts in the production and no acting experience is necessary.
Applicants must be Australian residents. Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
Extras call-out times in Kununurra are Friday (July 28) from noon to 6pm and Saturday (July 29) from 8am-4pm at the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley, Coolibah Drive, Kununurra.
In Wyndham, they are Thursday August 3 from 1-7pm at the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley, Koolama Street, Wyndham.
Those who can’t make the call-out days can send a photo and their contact information to
Mystery Road is a spin-off from Ivan Sen’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning feature films Mystery Road and Goldstone.
It is being directed by top filmmaker Rachel Perkins, whose feature film Jasper Jones was in cinemas earlier this year.
Filming will commence in the East Kimberley next month.
The series will tell the story of Detective Jay Swan (Pederson), who is assigned to investigate the mysterious disappearance of two young farm hands on an outback cattle station.
One is a local Indigenous footy hero and the other a backpacker.
The series is set to premiere on the ABC next year.