In Season Two, Daniel (Luke McGregor) has to prove that he has what it takes to earn his place in the family business and Emma (Celia Pacquola) needs to decide whether small town life, and its dangerously disinhibited locksmith (Damien, played by David Quirk) are enough for her.
Also returning for Season Two will be Kris McQuade as Daniel’s fearsome mother Barbara; Katie Roberston as Daniel’s girlfriend Grace; Sam Cotton as Daniel’s bully Bruce; and Noela Foxcroft as the octogenarian receptionist Mrs. Marsh. Season two will also see Jonathan Brough and Tasmania’s own, Shaun Wilson, rejoin the team directing four episodes each.
Filmed entirely across stunning South East Tasmania, Rosehaven was made with a largely Tasmanian cast and crew. Geeveston, in the Huon Valley South of Hobart, provided the main street for the fictional town of Rosehaven, whilst historic Oatlands and New Norfolk were transformed into other parts of the town centre.
Creator/ Writer: Luke McGregor & Celia Pacquola
Directed By: Jonathan Brough & Shaun Wilson
Cast: Luke McGregor, Celia Pacquola, Kris McQuade, Katie Robertson, Sam Cotton, David Quirk, Kim Knucky & Noela Foxcroft
Producer: Andrew Walker
Executive Producer: Kevin Whyte
Co-Producer: Fiona McConaghy