Although Global has recently caused the abandonment of travel and vacation plans, avid travelers still explore many different regions of Australia without leaving their homes.

Whether it’s live streaming of koala dolls, dining experiences with Australia’s top chefs, music from the country’s most popular singers and bands, or 360-degree tours of Australia’s most famous natural and cultural destinations, Australia’s top attractions and artists rise to the challenge and entertain people at home.

If you can travel safely again, make sure you want to see your work in real life, but in the meantime, sit back and let your mind travel.

Immerse yourself in a 360-degree video of Australia

With Tourism Australia’s collection of 360-degree videos, you can feel what it’s like to be in Australia. Immerse yourself in Australia’s most beautiful water and beach experiences, all from the comfort of your sofa.

Watch the sun set over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House in a 360-degree video that captures the city’s atmosphere from one of the most beautiful harbours in the world.

Kayak and cruise through the ancient landscape of Katherine Gorge, which is part of the Nitmiluk National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory, and discover Aboriginal rock art that is millions of years old.

Snorkel The Great Barrier Reef in North Queensland in crystal clear waters off a desert island. Swim with a unique marine fauna and explore this famous underwater monument.

Explore the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays off the coast of North Queensland.

Dive into the sapphire waters of Boston Bay near Port Lincoln, a charming town on South Australia’s Lower Eyre Peninsula, and swim with the friendly sea lions in their natural habitat.

Feel the sea salt on your skin and experience the awesome wildlife experience while surrounded by a pod of dolphins in Fortescue Bay, Tasman National Park, Tasmania.

Get up close to the 12 Apostles along the famous Great Ocean Road in Victoria and imagine flying and exploring by helicopter.

Cross Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth, Western Australia, and see quokkas in their natural habitat. Watch the sunset over the water and enjoy the tranquil setting.