List of Bluey Easter Eggs:
In the episode “Magic Xylophone,” the license plate on the back of the car is “6COW.” This is a reference to the show’s creator, Joe Brumm, who used to have a car with the license plate “6COW.”
In “Grannies,” there is a poster of the band “Verandah Santa” on the wall. Verandah Santa is the band that Bluey’s dad, Bandit, used to play in.
In “Hospital,” Bingo’s stuffed toy, Floppy, can be seen in various episodes of the show.
In “Shadowlands,” there is a reference to the Pixar movie “Coco” when the shadow puppets perform a rendition of “Remember Me.”
In “Bike,” the bike that Bandit rides is a reference to the Yamaha XT500, a classic dirt bike.
In “The Creek,” there is a poster for a band called “The Lucky Lizards” on the wall of the Heeler’s house. This is another reference to Bandit’s past as a musician.
In “Trains,” the train station is called “Heeler Central Station,” a nod to the Heeler family.
In “Dad Baby,” there is a book titled “Bluey’s Big Play” on the shelf in Bluey’s room. This is a reference to the live theater show based on the TV series.
In “Keepy Uppy,” the football field is named “Ludo Oval,” a reference to the show’s animation studio, Ludo Studio.
In “Pirates,” there is a poster for a play called “Meow Meow Kitty Cat” on the wall. This is a reference to the Bluey episode “Kitty Cat” where Bluey and Bingo play a game with their dad.
In “Wagon Ride,” the ice cream truck has a sign that says “Daisy’s Dairy.” Daisy is Bluey’s mom.
In “The Claw,” there is a game machine called “Katz’s Claw.” This is a reference to the toy store Katz’s Korner in the show.
In “Magic Xylophone,” Bluey plays the xylophone with a mallet shaped like a dog’s paw.
In “The Dump,” there is a sign for “Coconut Café” in the junkyard.
In “Takeaway,” the Heeler family eats at a restaurant called “Noodles.”
In “Mount Mumandad,” the mountain is shaped like a pile of laundry, a playful reference to the challenges of parenthood.
In “The Pool,” the lifeguard is wearing a shirt that says “Surf Saver.” This is a reference to a real-life organization called Surf Life Saving Australia.
In “The Sleepover,” when Bluey and Bingo are playing “Keepy Uppy” in the hallway, there is a framed picture of a dog playing soccer on the wall.
In “Camping,” the camping ground is called “Coconut Creek.”
In “Flat Pack,” there is a poster for a band called “The Creek Rats” on the wall. This is a reference to the Heeler family’s adventures at the creek.
In “Shadowlands,” the shadow puppet of Bandit is shown wearing his trademark red hat.
In “Pirates,” there is a treasure chest with a sticker that says “Ludo.” Ludo Studio is the animation studio behind “Bluey.”
In “Charades,” Bluey’s dad wears a pink tutu while acting out the word “ballerina.”
In “The Pool,” the pool toy that Bluey and Bingo play with is a blow-up crocodile named “Croco.”
In “Sleepytime,” Bluey’s bedtime storybook features illustrations of characters from previous episodes, including Rusty, Honey, and Muffin.
In “Hammerbarn,” Bluey and Bingo build a cubby house with a sign that says “The Heeler Hut.”
In “Bob Bilby,” there is a poster for a magic show featuring a magician named “Hocus Pocus.”
In “The Creek,” Bluey and Bingo find a rubber duck named “Quackity.”
In “Bumpy and the Wise Old Wolfhound,” Bluey’s plush toy is a wolfhound named “Bumpy.”
In “Asparagus,” the supermarket where the Heeler family goes shopping is called “Big Baba’s.”
In “Featherwand,” the feather toy that Bluey and Bingo play with has a label that says “Ludo Studios,” referencing the show’s animation studio.
In “Rug Island,” the Heeler family’s picnic basket is labeled “Heeler Snacks.”
In “Bumpy and the Wise Old Wolfhound,” the treehouse that Bluey and Bingo build has a sign that says “No Squirrels Allowed.”
In “Copycat,” Bluey’s stuffed toy, Floppy, wears a superhero cape.
In “The Show,” the circus tent is named “Ludo Big Top.”
In “Teasing,” there is a poster for a band called “The Featherwanders” on the wall. This is a nod to the episode “Featherwand.”
In “Charades,” the word that Bandit acts out is “banana,” which is a recurring fruit in the series.
In “Tickle Crabs,” there is a board game named “Bluey-opoly” on the shelf, a playful twist on Monopoly.
In “Bumpy and the Wise Old Wolfhound,” the storybook that Bluey reads has a picture of Rusty and his dad.
In “Piggyback,” there is a poster for a play called “The Pirate’s Revenge” on the wall.
In “Magic Xylophone,” Bluey plays a tune that sounds similar to the theme song of the show.
In “The Sleepover,” the sleepover guests play a game called “Dad Toss,” which involves throwing socks at Bandit.
In “Hammerbarn,” Bingo finds a box labeled “Heeler’s Hardware” in the shed.
In “The Beach,” the Heeler family builds a sandcastle with a sign that says “Bluey & Bingo’s Castle.”
In “Camping,” the Heeler family’s camping gear includes a cooler with the word “Chilly” written on it.
In “Escape,” the escape room has a poster for a play called “The Great Heeler Heist.”
In “Stumpfest,” the tree stump that Bluey and Bingo sit on is carved with the initials “B & B.”
In “Flat Pack,” there is a picture of Bandit wearing a superhero costume on the wall.
In “Sleepytime,” the dream sequence features a game called “Bluey’s Dreamland Adventure.”
In “Pool,” Bluey and Bingo’s swimming instructor is named “Missy,” a reference to the episode “Missy.”