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Bondi Vet

Bondi Vet is Australian Nature TV series. Produced by WTFN Entertainment. Stars: Andrew Marchevsky, Chris Brown, Lisa Chimes. Also known as Veterinario al rescate in Spain. It first aired on Feb 05, 2009, on Network 10. The series has 7.7 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the ASE Award. Bondi Vet is filmed in Australia.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Bondi Vet: 8 (164 episodes)

Season 9

Network 10

Season 8

Season premieres on April 9, 2016

Network 10, 15 episodes

Season 7

Season premieres on March 21, 2015

Returns: September 12, 2015

Network 10, 29 episodes

Season 6

2014, Network 10, 30 episodes

Season 5

2013, Network 10, 30 episodes

Season 4

2012, Network 10, 16 episodes

Season 3

2011, Network 10, 14 episodes

Season 2

2010, Network 10, 17 episodes

Season 1

2009, Network 10, 14 episodes

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What Time Does Bondi Vet Come On Tonight

Bondi Vet is on Network 10 (Australia) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S8E15 (Episode 15) - Air Date: Jul 23, 2016 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

New-look Bondi Vet returning to TV: This time on Nine - Mediaweek - per Mediaweek

“While the show was very successful for us in Australia, people may not realise it is very big for us overseas. Our key clients in Europe and North America are excited about the re-fresh of the show with a new cast and new locations and have already signed up for the new series.”

Could Dr James Crowley be the next Bondi Vet? - - according to Dailytelegraph

This Severe Weather Update provides information on the dangerous conditions about Queensland and New South Wales today. Video is current at 11:30 am AEST, Thursday 30 March 2017. Courtesy: Bureau of Meteorology

Bondi Vet Chris Brown sells home for $4.5 million | photos - - by News

She bought her first Sydney apartment a few months ago, spending $675,000 on a 35sq m one bedroom unit in Woollahra’s Piccadilly Gardens complex. The apartment was quickly leased for $590 a week.

Bondi Vet's Dr Chris Brown reveals he was attacked by a lion on stage - Who - via Who

“A lot of these things are caused by humans so it seems right to help them out,” he said. “The way you dart them is you put out a dead animal and they come in looking for a cheap feed. It is like the free ticket to the buffet. They’re eating the dead animal and from a hidden position you dart them in the backside and then they fall asleep in their meal like they’ve had a few too many.”


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