Based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Multicom has extensive experience supplying two way radio communications to the Film & TV industry on the Gold Coast and Australia wide.

Having supplied some of the largest productions in Australia we understand the industries unique communication requirements. Offering genuine 24/7 service our clients have direct access to a dedicated rental coordinator day or night.

With previous clients including Disney, Touchstone pictures, Bazmark Films, ABC(America), Village Roadshow Pictures, Fremantle media, Endemol, Nine Network and Nickelodeon, you can be confident Multicom has the experience to ensure seemless communications for your next production.

Spanning over 25 years in Film & TV communications we are proud to have supplied many productions over the years, some of which include: Street Fighter (1994), The Thin Red Line (1998),
Big Brother (2001 – 2004), Survivor Australia (2002 – 2005), Condemned (2006), Australia (2008), Nims Island (2013), The Railway Man (2013) Unbroken (2013), San Andreas (2014), Pirates of the Caribbean (2015), Shallows (2016)  The Bureau of Magical Things (2017 – 2020),
Reef Break(2019), Great White (2021)


Multicom provide support services which include/but not limited to: technical advise to end users, developing dedicated site systems or integrating existing systems, delivery runs to location or production office, onsite testing for new locations or trouble shooting black spots.

We provide complementary radios for our clients to test on location or Multicom can conduct onsite tests to ensure radio capability at no extra cost. Our Australia Wide frequencies ensure your communications are private. 

Remote location specialists Multicom has supplied locations such as: Mystery Road (Winton QLD), Tracks(Flinders SA) The Rover (Outback SA) Australia (Bowen QLD, Outback NT, WA)

Contact Multicom for a free onsite visit or phone consult to discuss and evaluate your communication options on 0419 816 984 or head to our website www.multicomcommunications.com.au

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