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How You Can Still Travel The World In Social Isolation With These Live Streams

How You Can Still Travel The World In Social Isolation With These Live Streams

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The show must go on – with live streams.

There is no doubt that it is a weird, murky time in our lives. With travel restrictions changing by the hour in relation to preventing the spread of COVID-19 aka the Coronavirus, our day to day routines have become uncertain. Even the thought of planning holidays ahead is compromising in unknown times like these with governments around the world putting regions, cities in lockdown and closing its borders with the end to this pandemic nowhere in sight.

What we do know is the Australian government has announced all international arrivals into Australia will have to self isolate for two weeks. If international travel has been planned for in the near future, the government has strongly urged to reconsider your need for travel.

So if you do find yourself in the position to self-isolate, never fear about your travel dreams being dashed – for now. Despite not physically being able to travel around the world, you can virtually. Make new friends, discover new places as we list the live streams that will take you further afield than the four walls that you may find yourself confined to.


Boiler Room

Dance up a storm in your living room by blasting the best of Boiler Room’s legendary intimate DJ sets from around the world. Check out its past sets listing here.

Miley Cyrus ‘Bright Minded’

Popstar and constant twerker Miley Cryus has announced her ‘Bright Minded: Live with Miley’ series to be broadcast on IGTV @ 11:30 am PT weekdays. Miley will connect with special guests discussing how to in her own words “stay LIT with love in dark times!”

Berliner Philharmonkier

Berlin’s Philharmonie may be closed but you can still enjoy its concert hall from your lounge room. Use the code BERLINPHIL by March 31 to receive free access to all concerts and films in the Digital Concert Hall.

Detroit Symphony

The Detroit Symphony has made its Replay catalogue free for all.

Bavarian State Opera

The Bavarian State Opera, one of the world’s leading opera houses has a history spanning over 350 years. Be apart of its history by attending one of its live-streamed concerts.

Deep House District

Teleport your ears to the sounds of dancefloors across the world. Dance Television is broadcasting 24/7 so you vibe the days and nights away while being inside.

Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City (MET)

Until the doors reopen, Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City (famously known as ‘The Met’) will allow you to stream handpicked past performances each night. Check out its ‘Nightly Met Opera Streams’ schedule here.


This online concert venue was already ahead with showcasing artists performing live and interacting with fans online. Most shows are monetized which is a great way to support those in the arts scene around the world during these tough times. Check out its scheduled live performances here.

Related reads: How To Avoid Getting Sick When Travelling


Brown Bears

The ultimate bear necessity! This footage may be a recap of Alaskan Brown Bears in their native habitats over the summer period but makes for fascinating viewing. Check out the bears in action as they hunt for salmon in Katmai National Park on

Tropic Reef Camera

Currently, life appears to be better where it is wetter under the sea. Leave the snorkel and fins aside and stream the marine life this tropical reef exhibit is modelled after the coast of Palau, home to over 1,000 marine life species. Make sure you tune into the live diver presentations on

Decorah Eagles

Nevermind watching Jurassic Park, check out the raptors by streaming live this massive bald eagle nest from Decorah, Iowa on

Tiny Kittens

Keep up with the kitties by watching these tiny rescue cats 24/7 on YouTube.

Please note: Check the Australian Government website for up to date COVID-19 advice for travellers.

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Featured image: Boiler Room

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