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Film & Video
Live Streaming
Stock Footage
Field Production

For over 20 years we've produced high-quality full length documentaries, short videos, and factual content. From original concept, to development, filming, editing and distribution, we offer the complete production solution.

Early adopters of technology, we have many years of experience live streaming all sorts of events. Get in touch to find out how we can film and distribute your event to a global audience.

We focus on rare animals in remote places, so you won’t find footage or images like we capture anywhere else. We also shoot unique art, culture, science, history, and tourism content.

Our knowledge about where, when and how to film in Western Australia has been learned over more than two decades. Our clients benefit from our extensive 'in the field' expertise.


Riggs Australia specialise in providing local and international clients with ‘hard-to-get’ footage. Our services include: supply of nature stock footage, drone photography, post-production and editing, location scouting and consulting, crewing other productions, and conducting nature tours and expeditions.

Our diverse range of clients includes government agencies, small businesses, big businesses, and everything in between! They all have one thing in common – they want the type of rare and amazing footage that only Riggs Australia can provide. We’ve thoroughly earned our reputation for being highly professional, ethical and distinctly creative.

One of our most interesting projects has been to document the Bremer Canyon killer whales.


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Check Out Some of our work!

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Bremer Canyon Killer Whales

We first recognized the aggregation of killer whales off southern Western Australia's Bremer Bay back in 2005. After observing the phenomenon for a number of years, we decided to draw it to the worlds attention so it might be  protected into the future. Get in touch if you would like to see this wild and remote location for yourself.

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