-- Get ready for a virtual vacation to the land down under.
More than 1,000 artifacts from the iconic building's 60-year history are ready to be explored, including the original designs for the building, diaries of the architect and photographs of the opening in 1973 featuring Queen Elizabeth II.
The tour lets virtual vacationers wander around the building at their own pace -- even giving them the chance to feel what it's like to stand on stage.
Google's Cultural Institute also lets armchair travelers explore other world wonders, including the Taj Mahal, Giza and more. The experiences are available for mobile devices, tablets and desktop. They can also be viewed on Google's Arts & Culture app for iOS and Android.
Enjoy the "trip"!