Nick Jr. (Australia)
1 April 1998 (block)|
14 March 2004 (channel)
Foxtel Networks (35%)|
MTV Networks Australia (65%)
|Picture format||576i (SDTV 16:9)|
|Audience share||0.2% (November '05, web=)|
|Optus TV||Channel 703|
|Foxtel Go||Channel 703|
Nick Jr. is a 24-hour children's channel in Australia designed for pre-schoolers. Nick Jr. was a morning programming block on Nickelodeon until 2004, when Foxtel launched it as a full 24-hour kids channel. The channel is run by Foxtel Networks, under license from Viacom, and is also available on Optus Television and FetchTV.
On 21 January 2004, Foxtel announced a brand new digital service along with new channel line-ups which included Nick Jr. and on 14 March 2004, Nick Jr. officially launched to be the first 24-hour Australian kids channel to play shows suited for pre-schoolers.
For a few months after Nick Jr. became a full channel, it kept a 2-hour time slot on Nickelodeon in the mornings from 8:00am until 10:00am, but the time allocated to the block was far shorter than it was before it became a full channel.
The channel used the new Nick Jr. logo from Friday 26 March 2010. From 2004 until 2010, the channel used a localised logo with two kangaroos with the tradition of 'Nick' (representing the adult) and 'Jr.' (as the child).
On 3 December 2013, Nick Jr. became available on Foxtel's streaming service Foxtel Go.
- ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks (2015–present)
- The Backyardigans (2004–present)
- Bali (2015–present)
- Big Block SingSong (2015–present)
- BigMouth (2016–present)
- Blaze and the Monster Machines (2015–present)
- Bubble Guppies (2013–present)
- Curious George (2009–present)
- Didi and B. (2012–present)
- Dino Dan (2013–present)
- Doozers (2014–present)
- Dora and Friends: Into the City! (2014–present)
- Dora the Explorer (2004–present)
- The Fresh Beat Band (2010–present)
- Fresh Beat Band of Spies (1 February 2016–present)
- Go, Diego, Go! (2006–present)
- Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs (2004–14; 2016–present)
- Hi-5 House (2013–present)
- Julius Jr. (2014–present)
- Little Charmers (2015–present)
- Max & Ruby (2004–present)
- PAW Patrol (2014–present)
- Peppa Pig (2004–present)
- Play Along with Sam (2013–present)
- Rainbow Ruby (2016-present)
- Roary the Racing Car (2008–present)
- Shaun the Sheep (2009–present)
- Shimmer and Shine (2015–present)
- Team Umizoomi (2011–present)
- Trucktown (2015–present)
- Wanda and the Alien (2015–present)
- Wallykazam! (2014–present)
- Yo Gabba Gabba! (2008–present)
- Zack & Quack (2014–present)
- Blue's Clues (2004–06)
- Bob the Builder (2004–06)
- Back at the Barnyard (2012-14)
- Cooking for Kids with Luis
- Gardening for Kids with Madi
- Hi-5 (2004–12)
- Harvey Beaks (2016)
- It's a Big Big World
- Jay Jay the Jet Plane (2004–06)
- Little Robots
- Oobi (2005–06)
- Open Sesame
- Pecola (2004–12)
- Percy's Tiger Tales (2012–16)
- Pingu (2004–06)
- Poppy Cat (2012–15)
- The Save-Ums (2004–09)
- Super Why! (2009–13)
- Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (2004–05)
- The Upside Down Show (2006–08)
logo used from 2010 to present
- Face (April 1998 (block) and 14 March 2004 (channel) to 30 September 2005) (original look only)
- Piper O' Possum (1 October 2005 to 25 March 2010)
- Moose A. Moose and Zee D. Bird (26 March 2010 to 30 June 2012)
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