A world record attempt for most high-fives in a minute, the Dummy tries to outrun a horse on a cross-country equestrian track, and our players take on the baseball biathlon.
On a picnic in the park, Bluey and her friends play Shadowlands. But when Coco keeps taking shortcuts, Bluey has to show her that following the rules can make the game more fun.
We are up and at it on this show when we get off the beach and into the waves for kitesurfing, off the couch and onto the cricket pitch for playing tips, and take time out to train an ostrich.
We witness the moment a bowler took five wickets in a single over, the kids of Australia vote on the world's greatest swimmer, then our players attempt table-tennis-sprinting.
Bluey and Bingo don't want to tidy the playroom, so they get Daddy Robot to do it for them. But when Bluey takes things too far, Daddy Robot malfunctions with disastrous results.
Watch as Emma and Andrew dive into an underwater cave cubby world, create a landscape using sand and act out My Merman Prince complete with seaweed monsters and more. Through the windows we see a cubby made from a boat.
There's something for everyone on this show when we try not to tumble off a high-ropes course, test drive a tank, and take our positions with some pro ballerinas.
Breaking news reveals the benefits of grunting in tennis, a judo master shows us how to pin an opponent, then the final challenge smashhes together surf-lifesaving and bowling.
Bluey, Bingo and mum are enjoying playing Keepy-Uppy around the house with their last balloon, when dad joins in and the game becomes the ultimate test of skill.
Leah and Luke build a wooden nesting box for their hen visitors, perform the story A Stage For Bella Bottle and the toys go on a camping trip using their caravan cubby. Through the windows we visit a cubby under the stairs.
Hamza has a very special guest host: Benny the egg. Why is an egg so strong when Hamza squeezes it, but smashes if he drops it? Because it's a dome on both the top and bottom.
Our players eat chocolates with chopsticks while blindfolded in a record attempt, and Olympic gold-medallist Nat Cook shows us how to block in volleyball.
Join Leah and Luke as they make a cardboard box cubby house for their monkey friends and build a grand cubby castle fit for Princess Jemima and Frog Prince Fergus. Through the windows we visit a tree house cubby.
Doctor Bluey is needed when Dad gets a very curious X-ray from Nurse Bingo. It seems he has a cat in his tummy, leaving Bluey no choice but to operate immediately.
There are so many questions on this episode: what happens when you run away to join the circus, just how does a hippo clean its teeth, and what goes on during a crash course in kayaking?
As Bluey and Bingo squabble over their magic xylophone (that has the power to freeze Dad in space and time), Dad seizes control and freezes Bluey, leaving Bingo as her only hope.
As Mum goes for a walk along the beach, Bluey runs to catch up with her. Along the way, she has a series of encounters that both excite and test her in her first solo adventure.
This episode is one awesome mix of rugby league players, bug-eating plants, rock climbing kids and the cutest baby elephants ever. Don't miss a minute!
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