Read on to discover some great at-home activities

Explore Some of the World's Great Landmarks Without Getting off Your Couch by Taking a Virtual Tour

The Great Wall of China - explore some of the most photogenic sections of this famous landmark click here. Macchu Picchu - visit Peru's most famous and most mysterious lost city via Google Arts and Culture. Click here. The Acropolis - Learn some Hellenic history on this virtual tour and guidebook. Giants Causeway - For Games of Thrones fans! Visit this famous filming location in Northern Ireland. (source:

Khan Academy - Pixar in a Box

Pixar in a Box is a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode. Pixar and Khan Academy have collaborated to offer a series of learning tutorials that demonstrate how traditional school subjects such as math, science, and the arts are a vital part of the everyday work put into Pixar's filmmaking process. Click here.

Get a taste of Coding with CodeMonkey

Hour of Code is an international movement that reaches tens of millions of students each year in more than 180 countries across the world! With a goal of showing that anyone can learn the basics of coding, Hour of Code (HOC) has established itself as a successful initiative. Try CodeMonkey's FREE Hour of Code courses here.

The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Museum Resources, E-Learning, and Online Collections

Every resource is free to access and enjoy.In the blink of an eye, once-crowded museums sit empty. This is the time for museum technology to step up and fill the void. View here.

V21 Artspace - Virtual Tours

V21 Artspace has produced over 100 Arts & Culture Virtual Tours for you to explore for free! View here.

Zoos Victoria - Animal House: we're bringing the zoo to you

We’ve set up a few live stream cameras from Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo, so you can enjoy the zoo from anywhere. View here.

Create a Storyboard or Comic with Storyboard That (Free Version)

Create storyboards, comics, posters, and more with this easy to use website. Click here to try it.

A list of Things to do in Melbourne from the Herald Sun Newspaper

Here is a list of things you can do during lockdown that could help to get you through the six weeks. From baking banana bread, listening to a podcast or learning a language. Click here.

Aussie Chefs Giving Free Online Cooking Classes form Delicious Magazine

Learn the tricks of the trade from these hospitality hotshots. Well known Australian chefs such as Maggie Beer, Colin Fassnidge and Neil Perry gives us some great cooking ideas. View here.

To find more links to great activities, educational resources and funny memes you can go to the Weickhardt Library Boredom Busters page on DEEDs.