Help keep your business ‘open’ with a
Google or Custom Virtual Tour


In these tough times, of business doors closing and social distancing, there is a way to keep your business ‘open’ and that’s with virtual reality.

With galleries and museums all over the world doing it right now, here in Canberra, Tracy Ryan of Tracy Ryan Photography & Canberra Virtual Tours is the professional virtual tour photographer for you.

‘I can create a virtual tour of your business where people can view your goods and services from self-isolation, anywhere and then give you a call or order online.’ says Tracy.


Google virtual tours are uploaded into your Google My Business listing and viewed on Google Maps. You can also embed them into your website with a simple code.

Custom virtual tours can have ‘hotspots’ added over a particular item, which when clicked, can have additional information and pricing eg clothing, cars, any sort of goods, works of art, menus, the list is endless.

Craig Flett, Membership Manager at Greenway Views, a purpose-built LDK Senior’s Living village in Greenway, Tuggeranong recently had a virtual tour created.

‘Greenway Views is a required solution for many individuals who require care and support but want to maintain their independence and live with normality of life.

Now more than ever it’s important that we find ways to reach these individuals and educate them on LDK Greenway Views product and service offering.

With the current restrictions in place we required an alternative way to display our product and service offering.

Tracy Ryan, offered an excellent solution via the 360 degree tours which gives our clients a tangible experience via a digital tool.’ 

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