You can visit a museum, view online exhibitions, access online resources or take a virtual tour at:
- Melbourne Museum
- Melbourne Immigration Museum
- Australian Maritime Museum - The Australian national centre for maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology
- ACMI - Australian Centre for Moving Image
- National Museum of Australia
- The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA
- The British Museum interactive tour of the world through time.
Art galleries around the world have uploaded virtual art exhibitions and provide workshops and guides for young people and adults to enjoy art at home.
- National Gallery of Australia
- National Gallery of Victoria
- Bendigo Art Gallery
- Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory
- The Louvre, Paris
- The Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (the MET), New York
STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)
Take part in a range of mind-bending workshops and activities:
- Scienceworks Victoria
- Questacon - National Science and Technology Canberra
- NASA - At Home
- Code for Kids
Reading doesn’t just have to be from a book. Check out some of these great online literature sites and activities for young people:
- Eastern Regional Libraries
- State Library of Victoria, Schools programs
- Harry Potter At Home Hub
- Marvel Comics
Zoos and animal conservation
Access live cameras, keeper talks and other virtual updates:
- Zoos Victoria, Animals at home
- Taronga Zoo, Sydney via Taronga TV online
- Oceans online
- USA Smithsonian National Zoo
- Monterey Bay Aquarium, California, USA
Explore Parliament House on a virtual tour:
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