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Wiggly Safari (album)
  • Australian Cover
  • USA Cover
Album Cover


February 4, 2002




Children's music





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"Wiggly Safari" is The Wiggles' 14th album released in 2002. And The accompanying video was released on July 8, 2002.


  1. The Crocodile Hunter (intro)
  2. The Crocodile Hunter
  3. Australia Zoo (intro)
  4. Australia Zoo
  5. Do The Owl (intro)
  6. Do The Owl
  7. Wobbly Camel (intro)
  8. Wobbly Camel
  9. Cocky Want A Cracker (intro)
  10. Cocky Want A Cracker
  11. Old Man Emu (intro)
  12. Old Man Emu
  13. Swim With Me (intro)
  14. Swim With Me
  15. Feeding Time (intro)
  16. Feeding Time
  17. Dingo Tango (intro)
  18. Dingo Tango
  19. Snakes (intro)
  20. Snakes (You can look but you better not touch)
  21. Kookaburra Choir (intro)
  22. Kookaburra Choir
  23. We're The Crocodile Band (intro)
  24. We're The Crocodile Band
  25. Koala La La (intro)
  26. Koala La La
  27. You Might Like A Pet (intro)
  28. You Might Like A Pet
  29. Dorothy Queen Of The Roses
  30. Butterflies Flit (intro)
  31. Butterflies Flit
  32. The Wiggle Owl Medley

Release Dates

Australia - February 4, 2002

America - September 3, 2002 (HIT)
June 24, 2003 (KOCH)

The album may have been released in the United Kingdom in 2006, as it is promoted in the UK release of Top of the Tots. However, no other evidence of this release exists.




  • The Wiggles are. Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Vocals: Greg Page, Steve & Terri Irwin,
    Paul Paddick
  • Guitar: Mark Punch, Murray Cook, Anthony Field
  • Bass: Murray Cook
  • Drums: Tony Henry
  • Brass: Dominic Lindsay
  • Percussionist: Steve Machamer
  • Backing Vocals: Mark Punch, The A Team
    (Paul Paddick & Sam Moran)
  • Musical Arrangements: The Wiggles, Dominic Lindsay. Recorded and mixed at Electric Avenue
    and The Vault, Sydney, Australia by Alex Keller
    Mastered at Studios 301 by Don Bartley
  • Package Design: Amy McMurry, Leonor Egea


  • The songs Do The Owl, Dorothy Queen Of The Roses, and The Wiggle Owl Medley were performed in Wiggly Party: Live in Concert before this album was released.
  • This was the first album to feature Sam Moran on Backing vocals until 2006 when he replaced Greg Page as the Yellow wiggle until 2012.
  • The Wiggle Owl Medley is the only song that's not on the Wiggly Safari video.
  • The US album booklet shows that John Field's name is in the credits of Australia Zoo, although he didn't write it, The Wiggles' names were removed from Cocky Want A Cracker although they wrote it, and Dominic Lindsay's name is in the credits of You Might Like A Pet, although he didn't write it. The Australian album booklet also shows that only The Wiggles' names were in the credits of Butterflies Flit but they wrote it with Anthony's mother Marie. What's more, Craig Abercrombie (who helped write Wiggly Party) isn't listed in the song credits of The Wiggly Owl Medley.
  • In the Koch Records Release, song credits for Old Man Emu and Swim With Me are not listed at all.
  • Percussionist Steve Machamer debuts on this album.
  • Captain Feathersword is credited as one of the members of Our A Team.
  • The cover is mentioned in a Instagram post by The Wiggles posting on May 9, 2018, being their take on the “Avengers Infinity War is the most ambitious crossover event in history” meme.
  • The Wiggles wrote The Crocodile Hunter for Steve Irwin.
  • The Wiggles and Steve Irwin recorded their vocals separately for this album because The Wiggles were too busy touring.


Album Booklet

US version (HiT Entertainment only)

US version (HiT/Koch Records)