Where to watch Dorothy the Dinosaur in Australia


Get a wiggle on and subscribe to Netflix to watch Dorothy the Dinosaur for free for three months.

Is your little one the type to paw at the television screen every time they see the rich green of Dorothy as she dances on her show? Is their favourite toy a stuffed version of the real thing? It’s no secret that Dorothy is a hot favourite with babies and toddlers and as a parent you’ll understand just how much investment goes into keep them happy and entertained.

That’s where Internet TV providers like Netflix can help. They offer streaming services for as little as $8.99 per month with no fixed contract terms (and no ads). As for free? Well, most providers offer trials for first-time users, meaning you can test them out with your little one to see if they’re worth their weight in dinosaurs.

What's available on Netflix and iTunes?

While there's an enormous selection of Dorothy the Dinosaur to view on iTunes, Netflix also has a small collection of Dorothy's greatest hits. Here's what you can stream on Netflix:

  • Dorothy the Dinosaur's Rockin' Christmas
  • Dorothy the Dinosaur with Santa Claus
  • Dorothy the Dinosaur's Travelling Show
  • Dorothy the Dinosaur's Beach Party
  • Dorothy the Dinosaur's Memory Book

Once you've burned through each of the above specials, you can also catch 2008 and 2013's seasons of The Wiggles, as well as The Wiggles Christmas special Go Santa Go on Netflix.

Over on iTunes you can find just about any Dorothy season or special you can think of. There's far too many to list here, but we would recommend starting with Dorothy the Dinosaur Volume 1.

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