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Spherical panoramas

Experience Antarctica by viewing these spherical panoramas where you can look in every direction: 360° around, up, down, and zoom in and out.

These panoramas work great on an iPad (try landscape mode), but the resolution is reduced so you can’t zoom in too far. To see more detail, view them on a computer (try full screen mode). On a computer you can pan around using the arrow keys, and zoom in and out using the Shift and Ctrl keys.

Macquarie Island:

Buckles Bay
This is where we came ashore at Macquarie Island.
A reminder of Macquarie Island’s past.

Cape Adare

Cape Adare
Along the beach, looking across the penguin rookery to Borchgrevink’s huts.
Borchgrevink’s hut (front)
In front of Borchgrevink’s hut.
Borchgrevink’s hut (back)
On the other side of Borchgrevink’s huts.

Cape Evans, Ross Island

Scott’s Terra Nova Hut
Scott’s hut on Ross Island.
Old weather station
Halfway up the hill.
Wind Vane Hill
At the top of Wind Vane Hill.
On the edge of a lake a short walk from Scott’s hut.

Cape Royds, Ross Island

Shackleton’s Hut
The weather is very unpredictable in Antarctica, and we were very fortunate to have been able to made landings at all three huts on this trip. It started to lightly snow when this spherical panorama was being taken, but it is hard to imagine what it was like to have spent a whole winter here.


Australian Antarctic Division headquarters
The morning before embarking on this expedition, I visited the Australian Antarctic Division’s headquarters in Kingston, Tasmania.