For those practicing social isolation during the coronavirus, Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures endeavoured to provide a way to experience its zipline tour online.
On Thursday the Illawarra Fly invited people to log in from home and participate in its first ever zipline live stream.
At 1.30pm guide Josie took to the trees on Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures' Facebook page.
There were some technical difficulties during the first zipline virtual tour but they still managed to give people at home a chance to sit back, relax and take in the rainforest from a different perspective.
And feel like what is is like to soar among the trees by posting the video on Facebook.
The video was designed to be educational for children home from school.
It provided them with a chance to learn about the rainforest's unique history as well as the flora and fauna on the Illawarra Escarpment.
The Illawarra Fly along with other attractions such as zoos are preparing to do more activities on-line to help entertain and education children and adults self isolating during the coronavirus crisis.
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