Where to stream Dragon Ball Super in Australia

Alexandra Plesa 21 February 2018 NEWS

Dragon Ball Super

Dragon Ball Super, the first all-new Dragon Ball series to be released in 18 years, is available to stream for free in Australia.

The anime series that started in 2005 is now reuniting the franchise’s iconic characters. Dragon Ball Super follows the adventures of Goku and his friends after they defeated Majin Buu and brought peace to Earth. Now, Goku defends the Earth against powerful, destructive deities. Not only that, but he also travels to other universes to face more powerful opponents. At the same time, he’s learning to deal with some newly discovered powers.

Overseen by Dragon Ball’s original creator, Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Super draws on its historic past to create a bold new universe. For this reason, the series appeals to both veteran anime fans as well as new, curious viewers.

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Dragon Ball Super draws on its historic past to create a bold, new universe. Hence, the series appeals to both veteran anime fans as well as new, curious viewers.

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How to stream Dragon Ball Super in Australia

In Australia, you can stream Dragon Ball Super on Crunchyroll and AnimeLab. Episodes are available with English subtitles.

AnimeLab is a streaming platform that gives you access to thousands of anime episodes for free. It allows users to watch on their PC or download the AnimeLab app for iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Apple TV. AnimeLab also works great with Google Chromecast, Apple AirPlay and PCs connected to TVs. The service is free and legal, and there’s no limit to how much you can watch. Dragon Ball Super episodes are simulcast from Japan every Sunday. If interested, you’ll be happy to know that the first few episodes of the series are also available dubbed in English.

Alternatively, you can watch Dragon Ball Super on Crunchyroll, where episodes are also simulcast on Sundays. A free account gives you access to a limited selection of Crunchyroll content in SD. On the other hand, premium memberships, starting at $6.95 per month, come with perks including access to simulcasts. You will also be able to stream the show with no ads in HD. Crunchyroll works with computers, smartphones, tablets, game consoles, Chromecast, Apple TV and Roku devices. There’s a 10-day free trial available.

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