Bluey’s World to open in November

Get ready to enter the home of Bluey in a new immersive experience in Brisbane.

Bluey’s World will open in Brisbane on November offering an immersive experience taking fans inside the iconic Queenslander home, backyard and beyond…

“Explore multiple rooms and play games from Bluey, as you embark on an interactive adventure with your guide through the vibrant and playful world of Bluey. This expansive, multi-sensory experience features real-life sets, recognisable scenes, and beloved characters and games from hit-show Bluey,” says the official site.

Seven News reports the Queensland government expects some 200,000 people will visit Bluey’s World in its first year, bringing an estimated $18 million into the state’s economy.

The event at Northshore, Brisbane opens on 7 November 2024 with tix starting at $49.90.

5 Responses

    1. Actually, that did happen again. Kotaku reports that a Las Vegas restaurant advertised a “Bluey hangout” with games, face food, and a general party atmosphere. The highlight was an (unimpressive) Bluey mascot. The restaurant wasn’t expecting the many families coming to attend, and the result was that many children were disappointed. The restaurant apologised, not realising the huge popularity of the show.

    2. Nothing like it..I felt sorry for those kids being let down…this is at Northshore Pavilion in the suburb of Hamilton about 15 minutes from the airport…and is 4000 square metres…Tourism and Events Queensland is hoping to attract people to visit and get out and about here in Brisbane…and also BBC Studios….you can view a video on it that was on tv here in Brisbane last night on YouTube or on “Your Neighbourhood” site..it’s expected to run till Easter 25 with the option of a permanent attraction… the “present” the government are hoping it will be around for the 32 Olympics but then they can’t decide on a venue for that yet either.

    3. Lol, too late!

      Vegas Bluey event had kids crying:


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