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Wiggle Bay


September 29, 2002


Children's Music






The Wiggles

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Wiggly Safari (2002)

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Go to Sleep Jeff (2003)

"Wiggle Bay" is The Wiggles' 15th album, which was released on the 29th of September, 2002.

It features all the songs from Wiggle Bay, plus sound clips from the video as introductions, as well as new narrations from Dorothy. At the end, it has the six songs that appear on Space Dancing. They decided to release the songs on this album, instead of having a separate album with only six songs.


  1. Wiggle Bay Intro
  2. Wiggle Bay
  3. Dancing in the Sand Intro
  4. Dancing in the Sand
  5. Swim Like A Fish Intro
  6. Swim Like A Fish
  7. C'est Wags, C'est Bon Intro
  8. C'est Wags, C'est Bon
  9. Dance a Cachucha Intro
  10. Dance a Cachucha
  11. Rolling Down the Sandhills Intro
  12. Rolling Down the Sandhills
  13. Running Up the Sandhills
  14. Let's Make Some Rosy Tea Intro
  15. Let's Make Some Rosy Tea
  16. Zing Zang Wing Wang Wong Intro
  17. Zing Zang Wing Wang Wong
  18. Watching The Waves Intro
  19. Watching The Waves
  20. Let's Have a Barbie on the Beach Intro
  21. Let's Have a Barbie on the Beach
  22. Eagle Rock
  23. Dance Your Gloomies Away!
  24. What's This Button For?
  25. The Zeezap Song
  26. Going Home
  27. Fergus' Jig

Release Dates

  • Australia - September 29, 2002
  • America - May 6, 2003



  • Package Design: Amy McMurray
  • Mastering: Don Bartley
  • Arrangers: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Dominic Lindsay, Steve Machamer and Greg Page
  • Composers: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, John Field, Dominic Lindsay, Paul Paddick, Greg Truman and Ross Wilson
  • Engineered and Mixed by Craig Abercrombie and Robin Gist
  • Artists: Greg Page, Murray Cook, Anthony Field and Jeff Fatt (Primary Artists)



Album Booklet

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