Google has expanded its popular Street View mapping tool on Thursday to include GTA parks, trails, university campuses and zoos.

It’s part of a worldwide update, which includes more coverage not only in Canada, but also in Macau, Singapore, Sweden, the United States, Thailand, Taiwan, Italy, Great Britain, Denmark and Norway.

Over the summer, Google’s high-tech car and trike — each mounted with a panoramic camera — revisited areas in the GTA first shot in 2009 and explored new pockets that have cropped up since or were passed over the first time.

The company photographed landmarks from High Park to Canada’s Wonderland and Black Creek Pioneer Village.

Street View allows anyone online to explore streets, landmarks and natural wonders around the world through 360-degree street-level photographs.

Since Street View launched in five U.S. cities in May 2007, it has expanded to include seven continents.

Faces and legible licence plates are blurred for privacy.

Here’s a list of areas in the GTA now on Street View:

Ashbridge’s Bay Park  
Canada’s Wonderland
Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine
Yonge-Dundas Square
Exhibition Place
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Waterfront Trail          
Earl Bales Park
Flemingdon Park   
Habitant Park
High Park         
HTO Park
Harbourfront Centre
Kensington Market   
Lambton Golf and Country Club           
Leaside Park   
Lindy Lou Park
North Shore Park
Rowntree Mills Park  
St. Lawrence Market
Toronto Zoo
Upper Canada College
Wilket Creek Park    
Black Creek Pioneer Village

Click here to see the parks, tourist attractions and other places across Canada included on Street View.