Is Coraline on Netflix Australia? [How to Watch Online]

Coraline is a classic dark animated movie that is a must-watch for viewers who are fans of ParaNorman and Frankenweenie. If you haven’t watched the movie yet, you are missing out on an amazing piece of art. Wondering, Is Coraline on Netflix? If, yes, you have come to the right place.

Yes, Coraline is available on Netflix. But there is a catch. Coraline is only available in the Canadian and Japanese Netflix libraries. So, if you are living in Australia, you will not find the movie online. 

But you can watch Coraline on Netflix from Australia using a Virtual Private Network (VPN). It is a simple tool that changes your IP address. 

How to Watch Coraline on Netflix in Australia

You can watch Coraline on Netflix Australia by following the steps below:

  1. Choose a VPN and subscribe to it. I highly recommend Surfshark as it is the cheapest VPN with plenty of servers in Canada, Japan, and 65 countries.
  2. Download the VPN application on your device.
  3. Log in and connect to a server from Canada or Japan. 
  4. Go to Netflix and sign in.
  5. Search for Coraline and enjoy.

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Why You Need a VPN to Watch Coraline on Netflix Australia 

VPNs, such as Surfshark allow users to connect to servers located in other countries. This way, it assigns you a new virtual IP address of that country. For example, to watch Coraline, you can connect to a Canada server and you will be assigned a Canadian IP address.

With your new virtual location, you can fool Netflix into thinking that you are in Canada. Now, Netflix will allow you to access the library of that region – which has the movie.

To access other regions of Netflix, you don’t have to change your account as you can use your Australian Netflix account to access Canadian Netflix or any other region you want. You just need a VPN with plenty of servers in different countries. I have used Surfshark in this example.

With a VPN, you can watch plenty of movies on the platform in Australia like The Hobbit on Netflix, Interstellar on Netflix, and Inception on Netflix.

What is the Coraline movie about?

Coraline is a fantasy animated film that tells the story of a young girl named Coraline. One day Coraline wanders around her family home and discovers a secret door that leads to a mysterious world that is similar to the real world but is filled with everyone’s doppelgangers.

Soon Coraline discovers that the doppelgangers in the mysterious world want to replace her eyes with buttons so she can stay in the mysterious world forever. Watch the movie to find out more.

The movie has a high rating of 7.7/10 on IMDB with great reviews. Here is the trailer for the movie.

FAQs

Does Netflix have Coraline?

Yes, Coraline is currently available to stream on Netflix. It is only available on Netflix Canada and Japan, but you can watch it from Australia by using a VPN.

What country has Coraline on Netflix?

Only Canada and Japan have Coraline available to stream on Netflix. To watch it on Netflix in Australia, you can connect to a Canada or Japan VPN server and change your Netflix region.

Where can I watch Coraline in Australia?

If you have an active subscription, you can watch Coraline on Netflix. It is available on Canadian and Japanese Netflix that can easily be unblocked by using a VPN service as shown above. The movie is also available on the following streaming services in Australia:

  • BINGE
  • Foxtel
  • Disney Plus
  • DAZN

Conclusion

Coraline is available on Netflix but not in Australia. Currently, it is available on the platform in a few countries like Canada and Japan. To watch the movie on Netflix, you’ll need a VPN app to help you change the country of your Netflix to Canada or Japan.

No matter how many times you watch the movie, it still manages to give the creeps. So, enjoy streaming!

Jack Foster is a tech geek and a binge-watcher with a major interest in streaming. He loves to blog about the latest movies, TV series, all events, and happenings in the steaming and entertainment industry.

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