11/05/2020 0 Comments

Live Streams All Round

In today’s world, there is no such thing as missing out. Whether it’s a trip to the zoo, going into the city or getting some exercise done, you can always get involved now thanks to a little thing called live streaming. 

For those who may not know, live streaming is basically what it sounds like, it’s essentially watching a YouTube video live. Luckily, there are 1000’s of organisations who are coming together and now turning to live streaming to help those people stuck at home, spice their day up a little. Some businesses have begun to use it as a platform to continue operating during these unprecedented times, businesses such as F45 offer online accreditation courses and educational institutions.

Live streaming can also be a fantastic way to engage the kids and bring an immersive experience into your own home when you can’t get out there and experience it for yourself. 

We’ve come up with a list of the ‘must watch’ live streams including a range of different companies and styles depending on your interests. 

To help make things simple, we are going to split this into two different categories, live streams involving animals, and everything else. Just click on the establishment and time for direct access to the stream.

For those animal lovers who are itching to get back to the ZOO or Aquarium to visit some of their favourite creatures normally only seen in the wild, here is when & how you can watch them from the comfort of your own living room:


SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast at 10:00am – Blue Penguin Health Checks

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo at 10:30am – A day in the life of a platypus keeper

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium 11:30am – Eagle Sting Ray Feeding Session


Otway Fly Treetop Adventures 10:00am – Native birds fly by for a feed

SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium 4:00pm – The Jellyfish Cam


WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo 10:30am – Emu X-Rays Training Session


SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium 3:00pm – Mudskipping Fish Snack on Some Lunch

For those not as interested in the animals, or for those looking for something a little different, we’ve got you covered as well. Including a Yoga lesson on the 18th March from Yoga from the Sky at the top of Centre Point Tower – Sydney and a trip with the rich and famous through Madame Tussauds. 


 LEGOLAND Discovery Centre 11:00am – Learn to build a baby Stegosaurus (make sure you download the activity book in advance so you know which pieces to keep aside)


Sydney Tower Eye 7:00am – Virtual Yoga Class – Kate Kendall (Flow Athletic Co-Founder + Director of Yoga)

Madame Tussauds Sydney 9:00am – Get amongst the action with the POPROCK Stars and enjoy a virtual tour


LEGOLAND Discovery Centre 11:00am – Learn to build a baby T-Rex (make sure you download the activity book in advance so you know which pieces to keep aside)

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