Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program

The Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Children's Program is an award presented annually at the Australian TV Week Logie Awards. It was first awarded at the 42nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards in 2000, and is given to honour an outstanding Australian children's television program. The winner and nominees of this award are chosen by television industry juries.[1] Hi-5, Round the Twist, My Place, Dance Academy and Nowhere Boys hold the record for the most wins, with two each.

Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program
CountryAustralia
Presented byTV Week
First awarded2000-present
Currently held byBluey (2019)
Most awardsHi-5, Round the Twist, My Place, Dance Academy and Nowhere Boys (2)
Websitewww.tvweeklogieawards.com.au

Winners and nomineesEdit

Year Program Network Ref
2000 Hi-5 
Nine Network
[2]
Bananas in Pyjamas
ABC TV
Play School
Thunderstone
2001 Hi-5 
Nine Network
[3]
Round the Twist 
ABC TV
The Crash Zone
Seven Network
Eugenie Sandler P.I.
ABC TV
2002 Round the Twist 
ABC TV
[4]
The Crash Zone (Season 2)
Seven Network
Cybergirl (Episode 1)
Network Ten
Hi-5
Nine Network
Southern Cross N/A
2003 Tracey McBean 
ABC TV
[5]
Hi-5
Nine Network
Horace and Tina
Network Ten
Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles!
ABC TV
Totally Wild
Network Ten
2004 Bootleg 
ABC TV
[6]
The Big Arvo
Seven Network
Ocean Star
Network Ten
Out There
ABC TV
Pirate Islands
Network Ten
2005 Out There (Series 2) 
ABC TV
[7]
Bambaloo
Seven Network
Hi-5
Nine Network
Noah & Saskia
ABC TV
Wicked Science
Network Ten
2006 Blue Water High 
ABC TV
[8]
Camp Orange
Nickelodeon
Hi-5
Nine Network
Scope
Network Ten
Wicked Science
2007 The Upside Down Show 
Nick Jr.
[9]
Blue Water High
ABC TV
Camp Orange: Slimey Hollow
Nickelodeon
H2O: Just Add Water
Network Ten
Mortified
Nine Network
2008 Lockie Leonard 
Nine Network
[10]
Animalia
Network Ten
Hi-5
Nine Network
H2O: Just Add Water
Network Ten
Totally Wild: Antarctica Special
2009 H2O: Just Add Water 
Network Ten
[11]
As the Bell Rings
Disney Channel
Dogstar
Nine Network
Figaro Pho
ABC1
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards
Nickelodeon
2010 My Place 
ABC3
[12]
Camp Orange: The Final Frontier
Nickelodeon
Dirtgirlworld
ABC1
Hi-5
Nine Network
The Elephant Princess
Network Ten
2011 Dance Academy 
ABC3
[13]
Camp Orange: Castle Mountain
Nickelodeon
Dead Gorgeous
ABC3
Hi-5
Nine Network
Prank Patrol
ABC3
2012 My Place 
ABC3
[14]
Camp Orange: Wrong Town
Nickelodeon
Lockie Leonard
Nine Network
Saturday Disney
Seven Network
Scope
Network Ten
2013 Dance Academy 
ABC3
[15]
The Adventures of Figaro Pho
ABC3
Didi and B.
Nick Jr.
Totally Wild
Network Ten
You're Skitting Me
ABC3
2014 Nowhere Boys 
ABC3
[16]
Dance Academy
ABC3
Move It Mob Style
NITV
Play Along with Sam
Nick Jr.
Play School
ABC 4 Kids
2015 Nowhere Boys 
ABC3
[17]
Bushwhacked!
ABC3
Move It Mob Style
NITV
Tashi
7TWO
Worst Year of My Life Again
ABC3
2016 Ready for This 
ABC3
[18]
Bottersnikes and Gumbles
Seven Network
Bushwhacked!
ABC3
Little Lunch
Play Along with Sam
Nick Jr.
2017 Little Lunch: The Nightmare Before Graduation 
ABC ME
[19]
Beat Bugs
Seven Network
Bottersnikes and Gumbles
Nowhere Boys: Two Moons Rising
ABC ME
Tomorrow When The War Began
2018 Little J & Big Cuz 
NITV
[20]
Crash The Bash
Nickelodeon
Get Arty
Seven Network
Grace Beside Me
NITV
Mustangs FC
ABC ME
2019 Bluey 
ABC
[21]
Grace Beside Me
SBS/NITV
Mustangs FC
ABC
Teenage Boss
The Bureau of Magical Things
Network Ten

Multiple wins/nominationsEdit

Number Program
Wins
2
Hi-5
Round the Twist
My Place
Dance Academy
Nowhere Boys
Nominations
9
Hi-5
5
Camp Orange
3
Dance Academy
Totally Wild
H2O: Just Add Water
2
Play School
Round the Twist
The Crash Zone
Out There
Wicked Science
Blue Water High
Lockie Leonard
Scope
Figaro Pho
My Place
Nowhere Boys
Move It Mob Style
Bushwhacked!
Play Along with Sam
Bottersnikes and Gumbles
Grace Beside Me
Mustangs FC

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Full list of nominations for the 55th Annual TV Week Logie Awards". The Sydney Morning Herald. Archived from the original on 24 April 2014.
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  6. ^ "2004 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 29 April 2016.
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  8. ^ "2006 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 29 April 2016.
  9. ^ "2007 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 29 April 2016.
  10. ^ "2008 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  11. ^ "2009 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  12. ^ "2010 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  13. ^ "2011 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  14. ^ "2012 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  15. ^ "2013 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  16. ^ "2014 Logies: Full list of Winners". The Sydney Morning Herald. 29 April 2016. Retrieved 28 April 2014.
  17. ^ Knox, David (3 May 2015). "TV Week Logie Awards 2015: winners". TV Tonight. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
  18. ^ Knox, David (9 May 2016). "2016 Logie Awards: winners". TV Tonight. Retrieved 9 May 2016.
  19. ^ Knox, David (4 August 2017). "2017 Logie Awards: winners". TV Tonight. Retrieved 4 August 2017.
  20. ^ Knox, David (4 August 2018). "2018 Logie Awards: winners". TV Tonight. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  21. ^ Knox, David (30 June 2018). "2019 Logie Awards: winners". TV Tonight. Retrieved 30 June 2018.

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