The Wiggles in the Big Red Car © The Wiggles

The Wiggles in the Big Red Car © The Wiggles

The Wiggles' favourite places in Australia

Wedge-tailed eagle at Alice Springs Desert Park, Alice Springs, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Yuri Kardashyan

Wedge-tailed eagle at Alice Springs Desert Park, Alice Springs, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Yuri Kardashyan

Anthony Wiggle © The Wiggles

Anthony’s favourite spot is…Alice Springs!

Alice Springs is a town in the Australian outback. Anthony saw some exciting Australian wildlife near Alice Springs, like kangaroos and emus. He even spotted a wedge tail eagle soaring through the sky. Anthony says, “Always stay a safe distance away from wild animals.”

Noreuil Park Foreshore in Albury, New South Wales © Destination NSW

Noreuil Park Foreshore, Albury, New South Wales © Destination NSW

Emma Wiggle © The Wiggles

Emma loves to visit...Albury!

Albury is a town in New South Wales. Emma likes to stroll through beautiful gardens and take boat rides down the mighty Murray River. She always grabs an ice cream from Topolino Gelateria, so why not stop for a scoop?

Camel in Uluru, Northern Territory © Tourism Australia

Uluru, Northern Territory © Tourism Australia

Simon Wiggle © The Wiggles

Simon wants to go to… Uluru!

Uluru is a giant red rock that is sacred to Aboriginal peoples. Simon is excited about all the ways you can explore the big rock. You can zoom around on a Segway or ride on the back of a camel!

Emus in Coffin Bay National Park, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia © Emma Curran

Emus in Coffin Bay National Park, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia © Emma Curran

Lachy Wiggle © The Wiggles

Lachy likes to explore… the Eyre Peninsula!

The Eyre Peninsula is located in South Australia. If you drive along the coast, you’ll find both land and water animals. Keep your eyes open for emus, koalas, sea lions and whales. Lachy says it’s a great road trip for a singalong!

National Dinosaur Museum, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory © VisitCanberra

National Dinosaur Museum, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory © VisitCanberra

Dorothy the Dinosaur © The Wiggles

She sure does!

Dorothy loves to visit Canberra, Australia’s capital city. Her favourite place in Canberra is The National Dinosaur Museum because you can see huge replica dinosaurs. They look like the real thing!

North Stradbroke Island, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

North Stradbroke Island, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

Captain Feathersword © The Wiggles

Captain Feathersword’s map leads to… North Stradbroke Island!

North Stradbroke Island is a great place for young pirates. Trek through forests and try to spot a jumping dolphin or huge manta ray. Captain Feathersword hasn’t found any pirate treasure here – yet!

Whale shark in Ningaloo, Western Australia © Luxury Lodges of Australia

Whale shark, Ningaloo, Western Australia © Luxury Lodges of Australia

Henry the Octopus © The Wiggles

Henry the Octopus loves to swim at… Ningaloo Reef!

Ningaloo is a coral reef in Western Australia. Huge whale sharks come here every year to say hello – and they aren’t the only ones. Hop on a glass-bottom boat or grab your snorkel to see colourful fish and sea turtles. Henry the Octopus says, “Always swim with a friend!”

Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania © Rob Burnett Images

Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania © Rob Burnett Images

Wags the Dog © The Wiggles

Wags the Dog has run off to… Launceston!

Launceston is in Tasmania, an island in the Tasman Sea. Wags the Dog loves to run and play at Cataract Gorge, a wide river surrounded by forests, walking trails and even a chairlift that will carry you high above the treetops. Can you find Wags' favourite trail?

The Wiggles © The Wiggles

The Wiggles © The Wiggles

Now you know where The Wiggles love to go. How about you? Are you ready to swim with wild dolphins on Kangaroo Island, or how about being pulled through the snow by Siberian huskies in Victoria? There’s so much fun to be found in Australia. Where will you go next?