From swimming with whale sharks in the west to chasing dolphins in the south, these 360 videos - produced by Tourism Australia - showcase a handful of Australia's most beautiful places.
Watch, be amazed, then go see it all for yourself.
1. Whitehaven Beach and Hamilton Island, Queensland
Linen-white sands. Sky-blue water. 360 video. What more could you ask for?
2. The Great Ocean Road, Victoria
Take in the spectacle of Victoria's most famous chunk of coastline. And pause it when you feel like it.
3. Biddlecombe Cascade, Northern Territory
Located in Nitmiluk National Park, just south of Darwin, this 360 video is the second best way to see this incredible waterfall and surrounds. The first best way is to see it in person, obviously.
4. Fortescue Bay, Tasmania
Have you ever seen dolphins in 360 degrees? You have now. Here's just one more reason to stop messing about and get to Tasmania, pronto.
5. Vlasoff Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
Ain't no party like an "I'm about to watch a 360 video of the Great Barrier Reef" party.
6. Three Capes Track, Tasmania
You could walk the Three Capes Track and see these views for yourself, or you could just watch the video. We urge you to do both.
7. Sydney Harbour, New South Wales
No introduction necessary.(Does that still count as an introduction?)
8. Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
Prepare to get up-close and personal with Skippy and co. on South Australia's Kangaroo Island.
9. Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory
'Katherine Flippin' Gorgeous', more like.
10. Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia
Swimming with whale sharks via a 360 video? Check. You know what's next. (Go and swim with them in real life).
11. Sellicks Beach, Glenelg and McLaren Vale, South Australia
Swim with dolphins and visit a vineyard without getting wet (or tipsy), all thanks to the wonders of 360 video.
12. Murray River, New South Wales
There's no denying the beauty of the mighty Murray River. There's also no denying the fact that you should go and see it for yourself.