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Genre Preschool
Presented by Anglela Kelly
Opening theme "Bambaloo Theme"
Ending theme "Bambaloo Theme" (karaoke)"
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 65
Location(s) ATN
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Yoram Gross
Original network Seven Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 2003 (Australia)

Bambaloo was a children's television program formerly shown on the Seven Network between 2003-2007. More recently it has been shown on the ABC and is suitable for 3–5-year olds. The show focuses on song repetition to help children anticipate the next activity.[1] The show was created by famous Australian animator Yoram Gross and The Jim Henson Company for a total of 65 episodes.


  • Fidget the dog
  • Jet the fish
  • Portia the bird
  • Jinx and Gypsy the rats
  • Sam the human
  • Jake the human
  • There are also around 100 guests who get called to tell a story (and teach a lesson) to the bambaloo tree friends by Jinx and Gypsy.

Credited cast[edit]

  • Angela Kelly (Sam the human and host)
  • Andre Eikmeier (Jake the other human)
  • Emma de Vries (puppeteer and voice of Portia)
  • Adam Kronenberg (puppeteer and voice of Fidget)
  • David Collins (puppeteer and voice of Jinx and Jet)
  • Roslyn Oades (puppeteer and voice of Gypsy)


  • It's Hot Hot Hot
  • Diving (Water of the dolphin)
  • H20 OK
  • World is turing
  • Let's Celebrate
  • Directions
  • Animal Boogie
  • Funny Sounds
  • Criping Crawling