With such a large user base, YouTube has become a powerful tool for marketing and promoting businesses, as well as a source of income for many content creators. In fact, YouTube has over 2 billion users every month and it is the second most visited social media platform in the world. (source: comparitech)
Anyone around the world can start their own YouTube channel. if you love being in front of the camera and sharing your knowledge or interest then you can start one. According to research, YouTube has the most active users in Australia. It should come as no surprise since some of the most popular YouTubers in the world are Australian. Moreover, Australian YouTubers are home to some of the most unique and interesting people and places on the planet.
Let’s take a look at the 15 most popular and successful Australian YouTubers:
1. Bounce Patrol Kids (25.9M)
Bounce Patrol Kids is Australia’s #1 YouTube channel with over 25 million subscribers. It was launched in 2013, and its main content is about kid's songs and nursery rhymes. They have 197 videos uploaded to its YouTube channel and a number of 18 billion views.
2. Chloe Ting (23.2M)
Chloe Ting is one of the popular fitness and health channel, a lot of people who want to work out at home will go to her channel and watch her videos. She’s been successful, but her growth since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic has risen more. Now, she has over 2.5 billion views on her videos.
She’s not only posting workout routines but also some behind-the-scenes and healthy food recommendations. Moreover, she also offers free workout programs that focus on the part of the body that you want to improve.
3. LazerBeam (19.9M)
One of Australia’s successful YouTubers who do a variety of entertaining content is Lannan Eacott, aka LazerBeam. He has risen into popularity with his funny reaction videos, gaming content, and memes. In December 2019, Eacott was acknowledged as YouTube’s eighth most viewed content creator of the year. While in Australia, his main channel ranks as the third-most-subscribed and third-most viewed channel.
4. CKN Toys (18.1M)
CKN Toys is the fourth-largest Australian YouTube channel that focuses its content on kids. Their vlogs involved a pair of two brothers named Calvin and Kaison who are from Melbourne. The two of them are playing online games, reviewing the latest toys, and doing different challenges.
With the success of their YouTube Channel, they now have their own TV show on Nickelodeon.
5. HowToBasic (17M)
HowToBasic is an Australian YouTube comedy channel that shows people how to do simple things in a fun and engaging way. The creator's identity has remained a mystery from the beginning of the channel because he never speaks or shows his face. However, a lot of people still love watching his vlogs.
HowToBasic is the fifth most popular YouTuber in Australia, with over 3 billion views as of April 2022.
6. Lachlan (14.7M)
Lachlan is one of the most popular and successful Australian Youtubers. With over 14 million subscribers, Lachlan has established himself as a top YouTuber in Australia. His videos cover a wide range of topics, from gaming to vlogging, and he has something for everyone.
Lachlan’s success on YouTube has led to him being featured in many major publications, including Forbes, The Huffington Post, and Business Insider. He has also been a guest on several popular podcasts, such as The Joe Rogan Experience and The Tim Ferriss Show.
7. Wengie (13.8M)
With over 13.8 million subscribers, Wengie is one of the most popular YouTubers in Australia. She first started her channel in 2010 and has since become known for her DIY videos, beauty tips, and hilarious vlogs.
Wengie has also been successful in collaborating with some of the biggest brands in the world, including Coca-Cola, Kmart, and Maybelline. She has also released her own line of hair care products and has a successful app.
In addition to her YouTube channel, Wengie has also built a large following on Instagram and Snapchat. She frequently posts photos and videos of herself with her family and friends, and her fans love getting a glimpse into her life outside of YouTube.
8. Primitive Technology (10.3M)
Primitive Technology has over 10.3 million subscribers and its videos have been viewed over 1 billion times. His channel features videos of him building things like houses, tools, and weapons using only primitive materials and methods.
He has also written a book called "Primitive Technology: A Survivalist's Guide to Building Tools, Shelters, and More from Scratch." The content of Primitive Technology are are not only popular with survivalists but also with people who are interested in primitive skills, DIY projects, and self-sufficiency.
9. JoshDub (9.42M)
JoshDub is an Australian YouTuber with over 9.42 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed 1 billion times. JoshDub produces content about video games, movies, and pop culture. He is also a member of the popular YouTube group “The Game Grumps”. In addition to his YouTube success, JoshDub has also appeared on television shows and in films.
JoshDub is a successful YouTuber because he produces high-quality content that his viewers enjoy.
10. Muselk (9.39M)
Muselk first started his YouTube channel back in 2011 and has since become known for his gaming videos, which cover a range of games such as Fortnite, Overwatch, and Apex Legends. He has 9.39 million subscribers and over 1 billion views.
11. Ozy Man Reviews (5.12M)
Ozzy Man Reviews or known as Ethan Marell is one of the most popular and successful Australian YouTubers. He has over 5.12 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed over 2 billion times. Ozzy Man Reviews is known for his humorous commentary on various videos.
12. Anne Reardon (4.84M)
Anne Reardon has 4.84 million subscribers and her videos have been viewed over 2 a billion times. Anne is known for her funny, down-to-earth personality and her relatable parenting content. She is a mom of three and a wife. She resides in Australia with her family.
Some of Anne's most popular videos include "When Moms Go Viral" and "Parenting Hacks Every Mom Needs to Know." Anne has also been featured on several major news outlets, including The Huffington Post, Today Show, and Cosmopolitan.
13. Tina Yong (3.52M)
Tina Yong started her channel in 2011 and has since amassed over 3.52 million subscribers. Her videos cover a range of topics, including beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and travel.
In addition to her huge YouTube following, Tina also has a large social media presence on Instagram and frequently posts pictures and videos of her travels and experiences. Tina's success has not come without hard work. She puts a lot of time and effort into her videos and social media posts, and it shows.
14. Lauren Curtis (3.36M)
Lauren Curtis is a beauty and fashion expert who runs a beauty channel, which she started on August 31, 2011. She offers beauty and hair tutorials, makeovers on herself, product reviews, and anything else beauty-related you can think of. It's easy to see why she's so well-liked. During her cosmetic instructions, she speaks a lot and is incredibly approachable and entertaining to watch on camera.
15. Jayden Rodrigues (1.11M)
Jayden Rodrigues is a 26-year-old dancer, choreographer, and social media personality from Sydney, Australia. He is best known for his appearances on the popular Australian dance show So You Think You Can Dance, as well as his successful YouTube channel, where he has over 1.11 million subscribers.
Rodrigues first started dancing when he was just 3 years old and began appearing on television when he was 18. He has since gone on to choreograph routines for some of Australia's biggest celebrities, including Kylie Minogue and Delta Goodrem.
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