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.
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.
It's time for a family game of hide and seek! Everyone hides, while Bluey counts to twenty, but will she be able to stay focused on the game and not get distracted by all her toys?
Bingo and Bluey have five minutes to bed, just enough time to race to the summit of Mount Mumandad! But facing powerful storms, avalanches and stinky spots, this will take teamwork.
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 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.
Bluey and Bingo are making mud pizzas and delivering them to the grownups, but their pedal car's wheel keeps falling off!
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 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.
Bluey, Bingo and Mum are enjoying playing Keepy-Uppy around the house with their last balloon, when Dad joins in and the game becomes the ultimate test of skill.
When Bluey forgets to put her favourite toy away, cousin Socks grabs it and won't let go! The kids stage a horsey wedding to distract her, with Dad and Uncle Stripe as the horses!
Bluey and Bingo want a pet. To show them how much work they'd be in for, Dad transforms his hand into their old friend Shaun, a chaotic, undisciplined Emu with a taste for trouble.
Bluey wants to draw the perfect Father’s Day card by remembering fun games they’ve played with Dad. Bluey starts to get frustrated when she finds a problem with each drawing. None of them are perfect enough and Bluey gives up because drawing is just too hard. But Mum reminds her that Dad always says, it’s a good thing she’s tough! Which gives Bluey a great idea to finish her card.
Bluey and Bingo run a crazy "Hotel" with Dad as their put upon guest. But when Bingo quits over Bluey being too controlling, Dad needs to teach them the importance of compromise.
Playing 'Butterflies' in the backyard is great fun, until Bluey runs away with Judo leaving Bingo all alone. Now poor Bingo's heartbroken and Bluey needs to make amends.
It's lunchtime on Bluey's back deck! But every BBQ needs a side salad, so Bingo's relaxing sit-down will have to wait until she finds every colour of capsicum her cousins asked for!
A quick trip to the shops proves tricky for Dad, when Bingo and Bluey want to play a game of 'Kids'. Now Bluey is Mum, Bingo's her baby and Dad is a very naughty boy.
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.
As Bluey and Bingo squabble over their magic xylophone (that has the power to freeze Dad in space and time) Dad seizes control and freezes Bluey, leaving Bingo as her only hope.
It's bedtime and Bingo can't remember where she left her beloved Floppy! Retracing their steps, Bingo and Bluey lead Mum through their bizzare day in the hope of tracking her down.