What's all the fuss? Find out more about the wild, unpredictable and haunting star of The Kettering Incident – southern Tasmania. While people are drawn to the star of The Kettering Incident, another player is quietly stealing the show. Backdrops should play a quiet role, but not Tasmania. Without reciting a line, she stakes a claim as Best Supporting Actress.
She’s curious and mysterious – an island you will want to know better. As the story of The Kettering Incident unfolds, keep an eye on her behind the flickering moths. She’s moody, dark and says her piece without words. She doesn’t need a script.
Like all good actresses, southern Tasmania is dramatic. Haunting and wild, her history is full of contradictions. You’ll witness these contrasts from Kettering to Port Arthur, where the convict drama plays out. You’ll applaud the spectacle of Three Capes Track, which is arguably Australia’s finest coastal walk. (Keep an eye on the The Kettering Incident’s silent actress and you’ll see one of those capes playing a cameo.) And on Bruny Island, you’ll be taken back in time by gripping stories of Frenchmen and shipwrecks, while sampling modern day artisanal cheeses.
She has long been known for her iconic scenery, pristine wilderness, bountiful produce and inspiring cultural offerings, but there’s far more to her performance. She’s fiery and changeable – unpredictable, with a treasure trove of enchanting stories to be uncovered.
If only you delve a touch deeper.
The Kettering Incident is a gripping eight-episode mystery thriller with otherworldly overtones set against the haunting gothic landscape of southern Tasmania.
When two girls mysteriously disappear in the wilds of Tasmania in similar circumstances, 15 years apart, Dr Anna Macy finds herself inextricably linked to both cases. Anna must confront the traumatic events of her troubled past and discover her connection to the truth of what is really happening in the Kettering forest.