Movie stars Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe look set to make a crocodile farm in remote Australia home as they embark on their latest project.

The pals have been keen to find a film to work on together since filming on 2004's EUCALYPTUS fell apart due to apparent script problems and they're giving up the comforts of home to make their dream come true.

According to newspaper The Kimberly Echo, the couple and director Baz Luhrmann are looking to shoot an unnamed project in Coolibah Station, Northern Territory.

The station, a crocodile sanctuary, will reportedly host 300 crewmembers for three months, while the film, described as a romance set in the 1930s, is shot.