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The Army Signals Museum in Macleod Victoria is well worth a visit, especially because you can often have the whole place to yourself. It’s located at an army base in Macleod and is staffed by volunteers. Click here to see photos of the museum. To get…

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Hidden Melbourne brings you the view from the tower at Auburn Uniting Church. Starting with a high resolution 260Mpx panoramic view, head down the steep ladders of the tower into the church. http://www.hiddenmelbourne.com.au/AuburnUnitingChurch The…

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I drove past the old VR Way & Works — Workshops recently. Previously it was an attractive, heavily graffiti covered building. Home to the amazing and slightly disturbing head-shot graffiti. Unfortunately the workshop is now done up tighter than Fort Knox.…

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As the wave of housing redevelopment sweeps over former industrial areas this building will soon be swallowed up. It’s an old pump house that serviced a paper mill in Alphington, Victoria. Great old building and latterly used as a crack den by some…

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OK, I admit it. Barney and I especially like the old, grotty, grafitti-covered, derelict buildings. Buildings like this have a character that is hard to describe. You imagine that you’re an explorer and you never know what you might find. Box Hill…

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Our City Tour has been under construction for some time, expanding as we add new locations and features. TIME TRAVEL from present to the past and vice versa is a great feature that we are building in. Historic panoramic images from the 1800’s have been…

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This week, I’m back in one of my favourite cities — Hobart. The view from my hotel is nothing short of spectacular. I couldn’t help but make this panorama. http://www.hiddenmelbourne.com.au/virtual-tour/grand-chancellor-hotel-hobart/ The Hobart waterfront…

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Added two 260Mpx drone panoramas as entry points for my tour of a derelict cotton mill. Great views of the city and a nice way to guide the viewer through the buildings. http://www.hiddenmelbourne.com.au/virtual-tour/bradmill/ I’m liking these drone panos!

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Enjoy the tour and visit virtualonlinetours.com.au
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