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Gearhouse Broadcast Australia is located in Sydney and Melbourne. It provides broadcast services around Australia, specialising in outside broadcast, project solutions and dry hire equipment rental.

Gearhouse Broadcast Australia is a leader in HD outside broadcast technology. Its ever-growing fleet currently consists of nine HD units, of various sizes, and one SD unit.

The outside broadcast business covers a wide range of sporting and entertainment events, most notably the V8 Supercars, Super 15s Rugby and A-League Football for Fox Sports. Project Solutions delivers broadcast solutions for major televised sporting events and reality television. Gearhouse has led projects at the Australian Open Tennis, the Commonwealth Games and for I'm A Celebrity and Celebrity “GET ME OUT OF HERE”.

Gearhouse's dry hire business stocks a full range of the latest broadcast facilities. Gearhouse prides itself on working closely with clients and manufacturers to invest in the latest equipment and technologies to meet market needs.

Gearhouse offers one of Australia's largest inventories of high definition broadcast equipment, including the latest HD and SD broadcast camera systems, lenses, VTRs, EVS workflow solutions, graphics tools, radio cameras, audio, monitors and peripherals.

Gearhouse Broadcast's continuous expansion and investment has placed it as one of the leading OB facilitators in Australia. It fulfils many of the demands for most of Australia's key producers and television networks.

Gearhouse is proud to have supported many of its clients for long periods of time. Key clients include most of Australia’s leading producers and production houses, cable television networks and the majority of the free-to-air broadcasters.