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Greg, Christine Anu and the kids, especially one in a wheelchair doing "Taba Naba" while Anthony, Jeff and Murray play guitars

Taba Naba is a song from It's a Wiggly, Wiggly World. The title is a Meriam Mir phrase which loosely translates to "let's go down to the reef and have a good time." While initially performed with Christine Anu, later performances by The Original Wiggles featured Greg performing lead. Upon Sam's entry to the group, the song was retired until The New Wiggles' Ready, Steady, Wiggle! tour, with each Wiggle taking a turn at singing lead. It has since resurged in performance, being featured in an episode of Ready, Steady, Wiggle! (TV Series 1), and the 2016 release Wiggle Town, which once again features Christine Anu.

Song Credits

2000 Version

2014 Version

  • Composed and Written by: Traditional
  • Arranged and Produced by: Anthony Field
  • Engineered and Mixed by: Alex Keller
  • Recorded at: unknown
  • Publisher: Wiggly Tunes
  • Copyright: Universal Music Group

2016 Version


2000 Version

2014 Version

  • Vocals: Christine Anu, Lachlan Gillespie, Emma Watkins
  • Dialogue: Anthony Field
  • Hand Claps: Christine Anu, Lachlan Gillespie, Emma Watkins
  • Guitars: Anthony Field

2016 Version

  • Lead Vocals: Lachlan Gillespie, Simon Pryce, Emma Watkins
  • Guest Vocals: Christine Anu
  • Dialogue: Anthony Field
  • Backing Vocals: Kuiam Anu-David, Seren Anu
  • Guitars: Anthony Field
  • Bass: Alex Keller
  • Piano: Lachlan Gillespie
  • Percussion: Anthony Field, Emma Watkins
  • Tin Whistle: Anthony Field


Taba naba naba norem
Tugi penai siri
Dinghy e naba we
Miko keimi
Sere re naba we
Taba naba norem
Style (x5)


  • Greg sings throughout the TV Series 3 version.
  • The Wiggles' version for this song was recorded in 1999.

Episode Performances

Video Appearances

Album Appearances

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