Written by on Feb 5, 2013. Posted in Production News

Wolf Creek horror sequel films on location in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges

Filmmaker Greg Mclean his shooting the sequel to his 2005 backpacker horror Wolf Creek on location in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. The story follows the grisly exploits of a fictional Outback killer and the first film fed off the lonely atmosphere of remote Australian highways.

“It's the most wonderful location,” producer Helen Leak told ABC News of filming Flinders Ranges: “I've used it in other films and it never ceases to amaze me, the scope and the look of the place ... [Local people] are helping in the office, and [with] traffic control, and runners, getting an understanding of all the behind-the-scenes stuff.”

Flinders Ranges is South Australia’s largest mountain range. It’s a five-hour drive from Adelaide and spans around 270 miles.

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