Whitehorse News - May 2020
Many of the places we usually go for entertainment have taken their sights and sounds online with free live streaming and other programs to keep us involved while in isolation.
Check out our list of places to visit while staying home. All free.
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Visit the live streaming of a range of animals in the zoo to see real-time action as they explore their habitats. Check out lion cam and giraffe cam!
Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Unit
Visit giant pandas Tian Tian and Mei Xiang at this Washington zoo, with two cameras to choose from to see them move through their day.
Nature Conservancy Australia
Live streaming the underwater world of Port Phillip Bay.
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries
Council’s library service has an excellent collection of e-material. You can join the library online and get reading or researching from home.
Become a member online and get access to e-material from this historic institution.
The museum is running 'a world of museum experiences at home' full of fun learning opportunities and virtual tours.
Australian War Memorial
Visit Museum At Home to see online exhibitions, listen to podcasts and more as this national memorial brings its fascinating content to your home.
Council’s Aqualink facilities at Box Hill and Nunawading are sharing netball and basketball online resources so you can keep up with info about the games and your skills, all from home.
While the group lessons take a break, there are lots of videos and instructions online to help you develop your skills in the backyard.
Australian TV personality and personal trainer Sam Wood conducts free, live, family-friendly workouts via his Facebook page every morning at 9am AEST, so take a look and join in!
Melbourne Theatre Company
Watch plays, take a virtual tour and enjoy a theatre “outing” without going out.
Sydney Opera House
Watch past events in the “From Our Home to Yours” program from the iconic opera house.
Australia’s world-renown ballet company regularly releases high-quality digital performances for all to enjoy.