THE TOP 20 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN ON YOUTUBE IN 2024

Find the top 20 Australian women on YouTube in 2024. The most followed Australian YouTube female video creators ranked by most subscribers.

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THE TOP 20 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN ON YOUTUBE IN 2024

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THE TOP 20 MOST POPULAR AUSTRALIAN WOMEN ON YOUTUBE 2024 – LIST

Ready to find out the top 20 Australian women with the most success on YouTube?

These top Australian female video creators on YouTube touch many industries and can be influential partners for key brands. Some of the industries they can work with include food, travel, luxury fashion, cosmetics, fitness, comedy, art, education and dancing among others.

Recently I did the ultimate driving Brisbane to Cairns road trip visiting top stops and had plenty of time to watch some of these popular Aussie women’s content and I enjoyed some of their videos. If they fit with your brand goals do not be shy to contact them for brand collaborations.

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20. Elise Strachan

3+ million subscribers. @MyCupcakeAddiction

My Cupcake Addiction - Australian female Youtuber

My Cupcake Addiction – Australian female Youtuber

The “My Cupcake Addiction” channel on YouTube was founded by Elise Strachan who has become of of the most famous Australian female YouTubers. Elise lives by the motto that Life is Sweet but, it could always be a little bit sweeter. You can also find her on the Food Network or in the pages of her book: “Sweet! Celebrations“. Each week, Elise uploads videos that embrace the sweeter side of life – fun DIY & design ideas to sweeten up your space, delicious desserts, travel videos to the sweet destinations & top tips to make you the master of your kitchen without ever having to set foot in a fancy pastry school.

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19. Grace Mulgrew

3.2+ million subscribers. @GracesWorld

Grace Mulgrew is the popular Aussie woman behind the “Grace World” channel on YouTube.

Grace Mulgrew Australian female Youtuber Harry Styles Love On Tour ticket Melbourne February 2023

Grace Mulgrew Australian female Youtuber –  Love On Tour ticket Melbourne February 2023 – Harry Styles is one of the most popular Brits on Instagram

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18. Lauren Curtis

3.3+ million subscribers. @laurencurtis

Born in Perth, Australia; Laurent Curtis is one of the most popular Australian women on Youtube. Her channel is centred around all things beauty – from makeup and hair tutorials to skincare product reviews and hauls – She has got everything covered!

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17. Kayleigh Smyth

3.3+ million subscribers. (@Wolfychu)

Wolfychu Kayleigh Smyth Australian Youtuber animator

Wolfychu Kayleigh Smyth Australian Youtuber animator

Kayleigh Smyth, better known as Wolfychu is a female Irish-Australian animator (born in England) and Virtual YouTuber with a cute voice. She makes some autobiographical YouTube videos, some dubs (including Russian and Spanish ones) and meme videos, especially with her boyfriend Jordan Sweeto (aka SweetoTOONS). She also streams games on YouTube and Twitch.

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16. Kyutie

3.4+ million subscribers

Ellen Pellon – known as “Kyutie” on Youtube – is a Vietnamese-Australian woman YouTuber (formerly oJayWalker).

Kyutie shares “reaction” videos of everyday life stories of her fans, fashion, food and other types of content.

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THE TOP 100 AUSSIE WOMEN ON YOUTUBE – LIST

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This premium list ready on Google Sheets includes:

  • Name
  • Link to their correspondent YouTube channel
  • Number of followers
  • Industry

This top list is used by professional marketers as part of their influencer outreach program on YouTube.

This list will help you:

  • Find the top 100 most-followed Australian women on Youtube
  • Visit their correspondent’s YouTube channel
  • Track your outreach efforts.
  • Add any notes or comments 
  • Collaborate and share this list with other team members. 

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15. Funformi

3.5+ million YouTube subscribers

Fundormi is a popular Australian female YouTuber who enjoys playing with kids’ toys. The channel was formerly known as Candy.

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14. Lyanna Kea

3.7+ million subscribers

Lyanna is one of Australia’s top 25 comedians and comedy actresses who created one of the most iconic characters on YouTube and  TikTok.

Lyanna Kea is a popular Australian female YouTuber, actress, singer and performer known as “Aunty Kea”. Lyanna is a Melbourne-based comedy content who loves dim sum dishes.

Lyanna Kea had just graduated with a master’s in teaching when she realised three things: she hated being a teacher, she loved acting, and she needed a way to pay rent.

Unfortunately for Kea, those three factors didn’t exactly align—and the onset of COVID-19 only made matters worse. Theatre productions had been shut down across Australia and no one was “allowed to be on set anymore.”

The creator’s solution:

“I just started doing TikToks because I needed to flex that side of my brain and just be creative so I could act, just on a different platform.”

It was the right choice.

Kea’s first few videos attracted a fair number of viewers, but it was a simple singing clip that first went “absolutely dogshit crazy.” “In a blink of an eye,” the creator says, her follower count went from “100,000 to one million.”

That momentum provided the perfect opportunity for Kea to embrace her true passion: comedy.

The Youtuber and TikToker’s hilarious skits quickly garnered a loyal audience, but one character in particular made her a TikTok sensation: Aunty Kea.

Kea describes her tentpole character as “an amalgamation of everyone in my family and then also all of the Asian maternal figures that I grew up knowing all my life.”

Skits featuring Aunty Kea are funny, relatable, and—in many ways—comforting.

They’ve also proven to be a favourite among Kea’s 10 million cross-platform fans; so much so that Aunty Kea now has her very own Screen Australia-funded series called Life of Kea.

Lyanna Kea Auntie Kea Australian woman YouTube actress – collage – cosplay

Lyanna Kea is known for Three Headed Dragon (2022), Socks in Paradise (2020) and Spooky Memes (2020).

Lyanna’s heritage is Chinese-Malaysian. Lyanna is an alumnus of the Skip Ahead initiative, a mentoring program run by Screen Australia and YouTube Australia.

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13. Tina Yong

3.7+ million subscribers

Tina Yong is a popular Australian beauty and makeup artist on YouTube based in Sydney & Singapore.

Tina creates content about makeup, lifestyle, beauty, fashion, food, crafts and travelling. Tina’s down-to-earth personality has set her apart from other Aussie women on YouTube who seem more focused on looks and fame than really helping people. 

Tina also owns her own eyelash business called: The Petite Club. 

Tina Yong Australian Youtuber woman Petite Club eye lashes

Tina Yong Australian Youtuber woman. Source: The Petite Club eyelashes website. 

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Tina Yong revealed that for the 28 days between (9th Sep – 6th Oct 2020) her channel had a RPM of USD$7.57 with an estimated revenue of USD$10.2k. 

The most popular Australian females on YouTube influence thousands of consumer choices from what they buy, where they go on holiday, what causes to donate to, what to wear, what companies to follow, what to eat and how to be healthy.

No doubt, they have the power to increase sales as long as there is a right fit.

12. Kathleen Belsten

4.1+ million subscribers. @loserfruit

Kathleen Belsten better known as Loserfruit, is an Australian Twitch live streamer, YouTuber and professional gamer.

Kathleen has the second-most followed channel on Twitch among female gamers, behind only Pokimane.

She posts “Let’s Play” gaming videos on her YouTube channel Loserfruit and on her second channel Lufu and additional gaming videos on her third channel Loserfruit Daily.

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Kathleen Belsten popular Australian woman gamer on Youtube

Kathleen Belsten popular Australian woman gamer on Youtube. Photo: Instagram

Kathleen is a popular Aussie woman on YouTube who creates content focused on the Fortnite battle royale game and its variants. 

Kathleen was the second streamer to receive their own Fortnite skin as part of the Fortnite Icon Series, after Ninja. She was one of the leading streamers to compete in the inaugural Fortnite Summer Smash tournament to be hosted at the Australian Open in 2019. Belsten is sponsored by the American cosmetics and skincare brand: elf and fitness clothing brand: Gymshark

Loserfruit channel popular videos Youtube

Loserfruit channel popular videos YouTube

Kathleen began her YouTube and Twitch channels by streaming League of Legends. She then moved to Overwatch before moving to more Fortnite-based content at the end of 2017.

Ms Belsten was a member of Click, a since-disbanded group of Australian YouTubers who collaborated on videos that also included LazarBeam, Muselk, Crayator, Bazza Gazza, Tannar, and Prestige Clips. She led a 36-hour-long charity stream in January 2020 with Crayator and Fasffy that raised A$300,000 for the Australian bushfire relief effort, in which many other members and friends of Click also participated.

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11. Tones and I – Toni Watson

5.3+ million subscribers

Tones and I Toni Watson Australian singer

Tones and I Toni Watson Australian singer

Toni Watson, known professionally as Tones and I, is an Australian female pop singer, songwriter, and indie-pop record producer. Her breakout single, “Dance Monkey”, was released in May 2019 and reached number one in over 30 countries by the end of 2020. In 2019, she broke the Australian record for the most weeks at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart by any artist with 16 weeks. By mid-January 2020, “Dance Monkey” had spent its 24th and final week at number one, beating Bing Crosby’s all-time Australian record for his version of “White Christmas”, which spent 22 weeks. Tones and I was the most awarded female singer at the ARIA Music Awards of 2019, winning four of eight nominations. She is dating former Victorian footballer Jimmy Bedford.

THE TOP 100 AUSSIE WOMEN ON YOUTUBE – LIST

Get this exclusive list of the top 100 Australian women on YouTube.

This premium list ready on Google Sheets includes:

  • Name
  • Link to their correspondent YouTube channel
  • Number of followers
  • Industry

This top list is used by professional marketers as part of their influencer outreach program on YouTube.

This list will help you:

  • Find the top 100 most-followed Australian women on Youtube
  • Visit their correspondent’s YouTube channel
  • Track your outreach efforts.
  • Add any notes or comments 
  • Collaborate and share this list with other team members. 

HOW TO GET THIS LIST

  • Complete payment on PayPal.
  • Once payment is completed, PayPal will show you a “Go back to merchant” link. 
  • Click on that link to be taken to our confirmation page where you will find a link to the list on Google Sheets.
  • Any questions or issues you can always contact us. We respond fast! ⚡️
The top 100 Australian women on Youtube list

The top 100 Australian women on YouTube list

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CONCLUSION

Some of the above popular Australian women on YouTube can help your brand reach new audiences. These top Aussie female Youtubers come from different backgrounds and work in different industries. Check out the whole list and when ready you can also learn how to brief one of these Australian female influencers on YouTube. 

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