Quarantine means we can’t get out, so I thought you might like a list of some live animal cams in Australia. Now you can enjoy something on the wild side while staying indoors.
Live animal cams
Here are the links to a variety of live animal cams from zoos and wildlife sanctuaries across Australia.
The Taronga Zoo has a number of video streams running. Pop onto their page and select from Tiger, Elephant, Meerkat or Seal Cam. They also have a variety of other animal videos for you to view to get an insight into both the animals and the zoo. Or if its a little easier, pop onto the YouTube Taronga Sydney channel to view the animal antics.
Over at Melbourne Zoo you can watch the Animals at Home Live. The streams come in from the Healesville Sanctuary as well as the resident animal video streams. Scroll down a little further and you will be able to see the feeding times of the wildlife and get in on more of the animal action. Or you may prefer to subscribe to their YouTube Zoos Victoria channel instead.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Over at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, you can access a variety of live animal cams. From a young Koala tracker right through to a Koala Train. Also, keep scrolling down to see what the Dingo’s, Platypus’ and Goanna’s are up to. Don’t miss out in future. Subscribe to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary YouTube Channel.
Go underwater in the ocean off Port Phillip Bay with Reef Cam. Meet the local residents and enjoy them in their natural habitat.
Sydney Sealife Aquarium
While they don’t currently have an ongoing feed, you can join live sealife streaming events at The Sydney Aquarium.
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Unfortunately, no live animal cams but the YouTube Featherdale Wildlife Park channel had some videos that you may enjoy.
While I couldn’t find any live animal cams, the YouTube Perth Zoo TV have videos where you can peep behind the scenes and see what the zookeepers and animals are up to.
You can also find some interesting wildlife videos on the YouTube Peel Zoo Channel.
More live animals cams
Yes, I’m looking for more live animal cams in Australia. What are your favourites? I’d appreciate it if you could drop me a note or a link and then I can add them to this page for more people to enjoy! Get in touch via my Contact Page or send me a message on the Holiday Mum Pet Care Facebook Page or Instagram Feed.