Bluey is an inexhaustible six year-old Blue Heeler dog, who loves to play and turns everyday family life into extraordinary adventures, developing her imagination as well as her mental, physical and emotional resilience.
Bluey's Father's Day card has to be perfect but she can't decide what to draw! So Mum reminds her about all the fun times she's had with Dad and how he's not so perfect either.
Bluey is excited to get her own room. But when bed time comes, she misses Bingo more than she expected and must find a way to stay in touch with her sister.
Mum sets up a backyard obstacle course just for fun, but Dad wants to race! Now the kids are determined to win by any means necessary.
Bluey keeps breaking her promises! But after seeing how much Bingo trusts Mum's word, Bluey learns the power of promises and why it's important not to break them.
Bingo is helping Mum make an omelette for Dad's birthday breakfast, but cracking eggs is harder than it looks, and Dad is getting hungrier by the minute.
Dad pretends he was born yesterday. Bluey and Bingo have to guide him through his second day on Earth, especially when he discovers food is delicious and steals Lucky's Dad's pie.
When Dad complains about how dissimilar Bluey and Bingo are, Bluey hatches a plan to make them more alike and happily introduces Mini-Bluey!
Bluey can't get to sleep, so Mum reads her one last story. But they are interrupted by Unicorse, the most annoying hand puppet in the world, whom Bluey tries to reform.
Bingo and Dad must brave a swooping magpie protecting its nest, when they go on a curry swap to Mackenzie's house through the park.
Bluey teaches Bingo how to use magic so she can make Mum play with her, but she forgets to explain the most important rule - never use magic for cheekiness!
Dad tries to teach Bluey how to play chess, but Mum thinks she is still too young. When Bingo joins in, the kids make up their own rules, but they still can't beat Dad.
Dad agrees to play Sheepdog with Bluey and Bingo to stop them from disturbing Mum who is taking a well-earned rest. But looking after a sheep is harder work than they expected.
Mum and Dad vow to only finish their boring housework when the kids stop acting silly, but that's never going to happen, so they end up trying the same approach themselves.
Lucky's Dad is outraged that modern Pass the Parcel has a present in every layer and changes the rules back to only having one prize in the middle, but Bingo is forever losing.
While waiting to be picked up from school, Jack plays at being a sailor trying to find his way back home to Australia. Meanwhile, Jack's Dad has got lost on route to collect him.
Bluey and Bingo want to play restaurants with Grandad, but it's a little different than he's used to... he's going to need an app to order the food!
Mum won't let Bingo have Pavlova, so the kids find a way by playing a cheeky game of Cafe in the kitchen. But Dad the chef sets up a competing shop that only serves edamame beans.
When a heavy summer rain thunders over the Heeler home, Bluey is determined to dam the water in the front yard, while Mum tries to stop her constantly tracking mud into the house.
Bluey and Bingo are making mud pizzas and delivering them to the grownups, but their pedal car's wheel keeps falling off!
With only five minutes to play 'Driving', Bluey and Mum race against the clock to buy milk for a grumpy guest and have to escape an angry shopkeeper.
Tired of being told what to do, Bluey and Bingo enlist their giant invisible friend to show Mum and Dad who's boss. Now they can do anything they want, until Mum and Dad rebel.
Bluey promises her customer Bingo 'the best tour ever' in a game of Whale Watching, but they need Mum and Dad to join in and they are too tired to play after a late night.
When Dad's accused of 'fluffing' in Bluey's face as he climbed out of bed, he's put on trial with Mum as the judge and Bluey and Bingo as witnesses. But what was Bluey doing there?
Bluey and Bingo love to videochat with Muffin and Socks so they can all draw pictures together. When Muffin won't give Socks a turn, the kids discover what happens when you hog.
Dad agrees to take Bluey and Bingo to the shops to buy an ice-cream if they can get him into the car. Only problem is... he's just entered 'Ragdoll' mode!
Dad tells Bluey and Bingo a real-life fairy tale about growing up in a wild place called the 80s, about a boy who was cursed when he was mean to his little brother.