Casey Station webcam, Antarctica
Casey Station This picture is usually updated automatically every 10 minutes. The date/time on the picture shows local Casey time, which is 2 hours behind Australian Eastern Standard Time and 8 hours ahead of UTC (GMT).
Davis Station webcam, Antarctica
The picture is captured using a video camera at the station and sent via a permanent satellite link to the Australian Antarctic Division's Headquarters located at Kingston, Tasmania. This picture is usually updated automatically every 10 minutes.
Scott Base webcams, Antarctica
These images are sent from video cameras situated at Scott Base. The first camera is located in the Hillary Field Centre briefing room, looking towards the vehicle hitching rail, while the second camera is in the wet lab looking towards the mess. Scott Base webcam updated every 15 minutes provided by Antarctica New Zealand.
Macquarie Island Station webcam, Antarctica
Picture is updated every 15 minutes. However, much of the time the weather conditions at Macquarie Island can prevent reasonable pictures being taken - the camera lens can be completely covered in water drops due to rain or low cloud or mist.
Mawson Station webcam, Antarctica
This picture is usually updated automatically every 10 minutes. The date/time on the picture shows local Mawson time, which is 5 hours behind Australian Eastern Summer Time and 6 hours ahead of UTC (GMT). During winter the daylight hours are very short. At times drifting snow, or equipment malfunction may interrupt the picture.
Halley webcam, Antarctica
The webcam at Halley is known as the pigcam - because it is sited on the Piggot platform. It points north and during daylight hours and good weather, the Laws platform (the main building at Halley) can usually be seen.
Neumayer webcams, Antarctica
Three webcams. Cam of the German Neumayer Station in the northeast Wedell-Sea, Antarctica. The images are updated automatically every 10 minutes.
AASTO webcam, Antarctica
AASTO webcam located at the US Amundsen-Scott South Pole station, within a few hundred metres of the exact geographic South Pole.
Penguin Webcam, Antarctica
The world's first penguin webcam on the Antarctic continent. From October to April it shows breeding activities of Gentoo Penguins. In the background you can see some icebergs and the rough mountain range of the Antarctic peninsula!
RRS Ernest Shackleton webcams, Antarctica
The webcam on RRS Ernest Shackleton is situated next to the Chart table on the Bridge. It generally looks forward, but if something of particular interest is going on, it may be moved to look aft or to either side.
Rothera Station webcams, Antarctica
The webcam at Rothera is sited on Rothera Point, looking roughly north towards the main buildings complex. Given good weather, the main buildings of Bransfield House and Admirals House can be seen as can the Operations Tower with the runway and aircraft hangar in the background.
South Georgia Webcam, Antarctica
King Edward Point webcam - This webcam is situated in Larsen House at King Edward Point. The view is south east across Cumberland Bay East to the Greene Peninsula and the mountains beyond.
South Pole Live Camera, Antarctica
Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station - South Pole Live Camera - This photo is of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station taken every 15 minutes (if a relay satellite is available for transmission).
Station Cam 1, Antarctica
New picture every 30 minutes - Cam remains offline during the night.
Pinguin Cam 1, Antarctica
Picture update normally every 15 minutes. PinguinKam 1a (Tele), Webcam: MOBOTIX M10 Dual Secure.
Showa Station Base 1 webcam, Antarctica
Antarctica / South Pole, Showa Base 1
Showa Station Base 2 webcam, Antarctica
Antarctica / South Pole, Showa Base 2