Parks Australia Zoom backgrounds
Dreaming of your next holiday? We’ve curated a collection of stunning images from our national parks, marine parks and botanic gardens to bring some added inspiration during this time of virtual catch-ups. Each image is sized and downloadable for use as a background for Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or the video-conferencing software of your choice!
To use one of our Parks Australia backgrounds on Zoom, follow the steps below:
- Download your favourite background image from the options below by clicking on the image to save.
- Create a Zoom account, and open your ‘Account Settings’ using the cog button (or click the up arrow next to ‘Start Video’ in the lower left-hand corner).
- Select ‘Choose a Virtual Background’ and press the plus ‘+’ sign to upload the photo of your choice. Time to video-conference in paradise!
Australian Marine Parks
Explore the serene and magical Bougainville Reef in the Coral Sea Marine Park! Far off the coast of Queensland, this marine park has a diverse array of habitats, such as coral reefs, sandy cays, deep sea plains and canyons.
Australian National Botanic Gardens
Listen to the sounds of the serene Rock Garden waterfall at the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra.
Booderee National Park
Check out this stunning sunrise over Bowen Island, where our local little penguin colony lives and breeds. You can view this sunrise from Murrays Beach – a inspiring start to the day.
Christmas Island National Park
Look out - crabs on the move! Christmas Island’s iconic residents take over the island for weeks at a time during their migration, and again when the baby crabs spawn and crawl out of the water and into the big wide world.
Kakadu National Park
The sun sets over the Nadab floodplain at Ubirr, illuminating the sprawling landscape of the East Alligator (Erre) region - a truly spectacular landscape.
Norfolk Island National Park
Follow the path into the astounding botanic garden of Norfolk Island, with its bountiful plant and wildlife, walking trails, and peaceful atmosphere. In 1986 the Norfolk Island Botanic Garden was declared a part of the Norfolk Island National Park, and displays a collection of the island’s unique flora with a strong emphasis on increasing knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of Australia’s plant heritage.
Pulu Keeling Island National Park
Gaze at this incredible rainbow off the coast of the island, with seabirds circling above to the rhythm of the gentle roar of the Indian Ocean.
Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park
The imposing silhouette of Kata Tjuṯa is omnipresent throughout Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park. The orangey hues and mesmerising shapes of this incredible natural feature are iconic to this location.