Don't Blame Me (TV series)

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Don't Blame Me
Also known as Don't Blame the Koalas
Genre Children's
Starring Liam Hess
Hollie Chapman
Basia A'Hern
Shaun Loseby
Henry Nixon
Fiona Terry
Anh Do
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Production location(s) Waratah Park, Australia
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Southern Star Group
Original network Nine Network
Original release 6 October 2002 – 30 March 2003

Don't Blame Me is an Australian children's television program. In the United Kingdom, the show is known as Don't Blame the Koalas. The series was originally aired on the Nine Network and is also currently shown on ABC3 (the latter channel airing under the UK title).

Series overview

The show is set in Waratah Park, an Australian wildlife park in the Ku-ring-gai National Park where the King family arrive from England to live with their Australian relatives after going bankrupt. Before they arrive they believe they have inherited a large cattle ranch, but on arrival are disappointed to meet a largely unprofitable, slightly run down wildlife park.

Most of the comedy in the series is slightly surreal in a Round the Twist style way. Special effects and sounds are used to convey the characters actions mixed in with slightly speeded up footage when walking. Many of the characters frequently break the fourth wall.


Season 1

Episode Number Title
1 "Fate Steps In"
2 "All Kings Together"
3 "Gemma Makes Her Mark"
4 "Greg Scores A Goal"
5 "The Old Devil Music"
6 "A Snake In The Class"
7 "The Monster Of Wallaby Park"
8 "Animal Art"
9 "Guru Mark"
10 "Things That Go Bump"
11 "Happy Families"
12 "Suspicious Minds"
13 "The Dingo Made Me Do It"
14 "Best Foot Forward"
15 "The Burger Master"
16 "All For A Good Cause"
17 "Billy Cart Madness"
18 "Liar Liar"
19 "A Star Is Born"
20 "Dropped In It"
21 "Kate's Greatest Fan"
22 "Murder, Mystery, Mayhem"
23 "Hoop Dreams"
24 "Jinxed"
25 "Who's Who?"
26 "Justice For All"

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