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Tickets on sale for Bluey’s World today

Written by on May 21, 2024

The highly anticipated Bluey’s World exhibit in Brisbane is set to open in just a few months.

Parents, carers or even super fans will be able to grab tickets for the immersive experience from 2pm on Tuesday.

Ticket prices start at $49.90.

Bluey’s World will allow fans explore a life-size version of the blue heeler’s bedroom, kitchen, and backyard complete with the show’s signature Poinciana tree.

Running from November 7 to April 27, 200,000 attendees are expected through the doors at Hamilton in Brisbane, pumping $18million into the economy.

“Embark on a brand-new immersive journey with Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad in their beloved home, backyard and beyond. Explore your favourite rooms, play interactive games, and keep your eyes peeled for surprises around every corner … and maybe even a Longdog or two,” the event description reads.

“See what’s cooking in the Heeler’s kitchen; and decorate a pavlova like Bluey. But hold the edamame beans please.”

Queensland Tourism Minister Michael Healy described Bluey as “globally adored and arguably our most famous Queenslander”

”From her Brisbane home and beyond, it’s such a treat seeing our state’s landscape immortalised in Bluey’s adventures, episode after episode.

“Bluey’s World will be truly captivating, giving fans an unforgettable and immersive experience, it is such a draw card to drive visitation to Queensland.

“We’re a family friendly destination and we know that once the family have lived and played like our favourite Heelers at Bluey’s World, that they’ll get out and explore our state, which is Bluey’s world – for real life.

“This special event is so highly anticipated on our calendar, we expect more than 200,000 visitors will enjoy Bluey’s World in its inaugural year, injecting more than $18 million into the local economy.”

The animated phenomenon plays in 60 countries, but the story is based in Brisbane.

The show was co-commissioned by the ABC and BBC Studios in 2017 and made by Australian production company Ludo.

BBC Studios Australia and New Zealand general manager Fiona Lang said the show brought to life the joyful simplicity which can be found in families around the world.

Tickets for the roughly 80 to 120-minute emersion cost $49.90-per-person. Kids under one years old are free, and children under 13 must be with an adult.

A 4000sqm pavilion has been built for the event.

The exhibit is produced by BBC Studios, with the Brisbane Economic Development Agency and Tourism and Events Queensland.

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