Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'. Click for more photos

Spotted: Nicole Kidman filming in Cowra

Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'. Photo: Jude Keogh

  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.
  • Nicole Kidman shooting scenes in Canowindra for her new film, 'Strangerland'.

First Angelina, now Nicole Kidman has been spotted making a scene in regional Australia.

The Oscar winning actress was spotted earlier this week in Canowindra, hard at work on set of her new film, Strangerland.

Kidman, along with her co-stars, fellow Australian Hugo Weaving and Joseph Fiennes, are said to be making themselves at home in the small town in NSW’s central west.

On Monday the feature film project shut down the main street in order to shoot scenes involving two parents frantically searching for their son in the middle of a dust storm.

The dust storm was being created by local residents who were instructed by crew to throw shovels of red dirt into giant fans that were set up along Gaskill Street.

After the director yelled "cut", Kidman looked relaxed and happily posed for photos with fans. 

This isn’t the first time she has returned home to work in rural Australia.

In 2007 she relocated to The Kimberley in northern Western Australia to film Baz Luhrmann’s historical epic Australia with Hugh Jackman.

It was during her time in Kununurra, around 3200 kilometres north of Perth, where she fell pregnant with her first child with husband Keith Urban, Sunday Rose.  

“Nothing happened in a small way on this film, we had heat and torrential rains and equine flu and then I got pregnant,” the 46-year-old told The Australian Women’s Weekly at the time.

“Seven babies were conceived out of this film and only one was a boy. There is something up there in the Kununurra water because we all went swimming in the waterfalls, so we can call it the fertility waters now.”

It’s unlikely the mother of four will conceive again while on set down under as Urban is busy working in the US.

Earlier this week he attended and took home three awards from the Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.