Waddle On Party Iceberg

Where Northeast of Club Penguin Island
Opened March 29, 2006
Closed March 30, 2017
Mini-games Aqua Grabber
Room ID 805
Tour Description
Here we are on the Iceberg. It might not look like much... but it's a jackhammering hot spot! You can also dive for treasure... in the Aqua Grabber!

The Iceberg was a large floating chunk of ice off the northeast coast of Club Penguin Island. As the Iceberg was at sea, it could not be accessed by foot from another room. The map or EPF Phone were required to reach it.

This room was fairly open, and was surrounded by water. The Aqua Grabber 3000 was docked nearby, which allowed penguins to travel underwater and salvage treasure on the seafloor.

Tipping the Iceberg

Waddle On Party Iceberg tipped plaque

The plaque on the tipped Iceberg

An old and well-known rumor is the possibility of "tipping" the Iceberg. Rumors say that if enough penguins are on the Iceberg at once, it will "tip" over. Rumors have also had it that the same thing will happen if a lot of penguins on the Iceberg use the Jackhammer 3000 invention accessed by wearing the Hard Hat. However, while popular, for many years, this was false, as the room had no data to change to a tipped-over state. However, it tilts if there are enough penguins dancing in the Club Penguin App.

During the final party in Club Penguin, the Waddle On Party, the Iceberg can tip over if at least 5 players in the room are wearing Blue, walking a Blue Puffle or any of its variants (Blue Triceratops Puffle, Blue Border Collie, Raccoon Puffles, Deer Puffles and Blue Crystal Puffle), and dancing while wearing a Hard Hat. If only 2-4 penguins fulfill this criteria, the Iceberg would start shaking. When tipped, the Iceberg would completely flip, revealing a large dance floor, a bin of Iceberg Tipper hats, a buoy numbered 11, and a plaque with many carvings and an inscription on it that reads "Together, we can build an island, create a community, change the world... and even tip an iceberg. Waddle on."

Lodge Attic Iceberg Painting

The painting of the tipped berg at the Lodge Attic

Prior to the aforementioned party, many references have been made to this rumor. The Berg Drill! stamp can be obtained if 30 penguins dance while wearing a hard hat. In WaddleOn Episode 3, the Iceberg was "flipped" horizontally.[1]

A painting of the Iceberg being tipped was visible in the Puffle Hotel Dining Room during the Halloween Party 2014. After the Lodge Attic was renovated in 2015, this picture was moved to the Attic. It was then changed to a flying saucer painting.


Image Pin
Ice Block Pin
Ice Block pin
O-Berry Pin
O-Berry Pin
Puffer Fish Pin
Puffer Fish Pin
Seashell Pin
Seashell Pin
Water Pin
Gold Anchor Pin
Gold Anchor Pin
Telescope Pin 1
Telescope Pin
Conch Shell Pin
Conch Shell Pin
Fruit pin
Fruit Combo Pin
Clothing Icons 7155
One Eyed Puffle Pin
Tire Home Pin icon
Tire Home Pin



  • During most Puffle Parties, the Iceberg is the "domain" for pink puffles. A variety of sports equipment is located here, with pink puffles using them.
  • During some Music Jams, there was a stage at the Iceberg. Every thirty minutes, the Penguin Band played on the Iceberg.
  • During some Fairs, the Iceberg turned into a large ball pit.
  • During some Halloween Parties, the Iceberg becomes a giant pumpkin. Dancing with a hard hat will carve the pumpkin into a jack-o-lantern. Also, during every Halloween Party to date, (except for the Halloween Party 2005) the Aurora Australis (commonly known as the Southern Lights) can be seen from here.
  • During most Holiday Parties, a small Christmas tree is located here. If a certain amount of penguins are in the room, the tree grows.
  • On certain occasions, (such as New Year's Days) fireworks are visible from here. In 2016, a large dance mat was placed on the ground, replacing the tree from the Holiday Party.









  • During Festival of Snow 2015, a snow sculpture was displayed here. There was also a blue carpet, balloons, and banners, as well as a box of free Ice Crowns.
  • During the Descendants Party, the Iceberg was decorated like a backstreet alley, with a few houses, stone walls with graffiti on them, and a cement ground. Hung up between buildings were lights, telephone poles, and clotheslines. The Mine Shack could be accessed from a golden bridge. It was most likely based on the Isle of the Lost.
  • During the 10th Anniversary Party, the Iceberg was decorated the same way as it was during the April Fools' Party 2008, with the addition of a speaker box.



  • During the Waddle On Party, players could tip the Iceberg. Doing so would tip it over, revealing a previously upside-down dance floor.


  • It was the only regular room in Club Penguin that was not connected to the main island.
  • The map displayed the highest point of the Iceberg pointing North, whereas on the Iceberg the highest point was facing west, towards the south of the mainland.
  • An instrumental version of Party In My Iggy was played when the Iceberg was tipped during the Waddle On Party.
  • Starting in 2015, a shark called the Megalodon was seen every hour on the left to the Iceberg.


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The following are from Halloween Parties from 2010 to 2016. The more players drilled at the Iceberg, the more it would resemble a jack-o-lantern.



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