Australian YouTuber and gamer Lannan Eacott, better known as LazarBeam, initially became famous with his slow-motion demolition clips. The high-school drop-out who had joined his family’s construction business, later won the internet with his Fortnite video-game commentaries and for his catchphrases such as "Yeeet" and "Carry me my son."
Chinese-Australian YouTuber Wengie has earned a phenomenally huge fan base on YouTube with her DIY, beauty, fashion, and prank videos. She has also experimented with music, releasing tracks such as Baby Believe Me. She also manages a channel that is exclusively dedicated to content related to her two cats.
Australian Twitch and YouTube star Kathleen Belsten, better known as Loserfruit, soared to fame with her Fortnite videos and livestreams. Part of the content creators’ group Click Crew, she was initially a budding journalist. She is the second person to get an exclusive Fortnite skin, the Loserfruit Cosmetic and Bundle.
Known for his YouTube channel HowToBasic, Australian YouTuber Warrun has faced major controversies due to the massive wastage of food in his videos. His content majorly consists of him throwing or mixing food, mostly eggs, and creating a mess. His controversial “how to” tutorials also got him banned twice.
Crayator is an Australian internet celebrity best known for streaming video game-related content on Twitch. He has also participated in the Overwatch World Cup as part of his gaming career. Crayator is also known for his association with the professional gaming organization, NRG Esports.
Australian gamer, Instagram star, YouTuber, and Twitch streamer Ree Kid is best known for his virtual reality videos and his collaborative work with the content creators’ collective, The Boys. He has remained anonymous and only revealed that his real name starts with the letter “A”, though an unlisted video states his name is Anton.
Australian YouTube star and gamer Wiliam Jonas, better known by his online moniker, Mully, has shot to fame with his virtual reality gaming content. He was part of the online collaborative group Click and is now part of the YouTube gaming collective The Boys.
Josiah Brooks, better known as Jazza, had been drawing and sketching since age 12 and later began designing animation and video games. The Australian YouTuber, who has gained a huge fan base online with his art tutorials on his YouTube channel Draw with Jazza, is now a father of two.
Australian beauty YouTuber and businesswoman Brittney Lee Saunders shot to social media fame with her make-up videos, rants, comedy clips, and song covers. Known for her Australian Tries American Products series, she now owns several beauty and fashion brands, such as Getnkd vegan skincare, FAYT, Flamingo Coffee, and Outdo Collective.
Australian YouTuber Michael Kucharski, better known as Slazo, shot to fame with his comedy, roasts, and commentaries. He often comments on viral internet trends and other social media celebrities. He took a brief hiatus from social media to focus on his mental health after his former girlfriend accused him of sexual abuse in 2019.
Former Australian YouTuber GioFilms shot to fame with his voice acting of various Reddit readings chosen from subreddits. In October 2020, he deleted his channel and opened another channel, The Analysis, which too was later deleted. He suffers from heterochromia, which means one of his eyes has a different color than the other.
Australian gamer, YouTube star, and Twitch streamer Bianca, better known by her online moniker, HeyImBee, soared to fame with her VRChat and Minecraft content. She is part of the Minecraft SMP server The Cube and also plays The Sims frequently. She once lived with fellow gamer StrauberryJam.
Vietnamese-origin Australian YouTuber Ellen Pellon, better known as Kyutie and oJaywalker, shot to fame with her pranks, reactions, vlogs, and gaming videos. While she initially wished to be a teacher, she later switched to a full-time social media career. A dog lover, she also posts photos of her pet Pembroke Welsh corgi on Instagram.
Lauren Curtis is an Australian social media celebrity. She is best known for posting fashion and beauty-related videos on her YouTube channel laurenbeautyy. Lauren Curtis came into prominence by posting product reviews and makeup and hair tutorials on YouTube. She is also popular on other social media platforms like Instagram.
Better known as the partner of Chinese-Australian beauty YouTuber Wengie, Australian YouTuber Maxmello shot to fame with his challenges and pop culture videos on his channel, ReactiCorns. He sports a signature emo hairstyle and often dyes his hair in bright colors, such as pink and blue.
Australian beauty influencer and YouTuber Sammy Robinson shot to fame with her beauty and haircare videos and vlogs. Though she studied public communications, she later switched to a full-time social media career. Gigi Hadid VMA's Makeup Look tutorial has been one of her most-watched videos.
Australian Instagram star, model, and make-up artist Leah Halton has endorsed several brands such as Fashion Nova and Princess Polly Boutique. She is also popular on YouTube. Her most-watched videos include content such as celebrity lookalike make-up and beauty transformations. She is managed by ZOOZ Group.
Michael Anderson, better known as UnlistedLeaf and Ando, is an Australian YouTuber and Pokémon gamer who soared to fame with his Pokémon card opening videos. Before making it big on social media, he has been a junior swimming instructor and a shop assistant. He uploads non-Pokémon content on his other channel, AndoGoPlus.
Australian gamer, YouTuber, and Twitch streamer Brodey Rogan de Meur, better known by his online moniker, Bazza Gazza, has been part of the YouTube collaborative channel Click. Best known for his gameplays on Overwatch and CS:GO, he has also uploaded content of games such as Minecraft and Fortnite.
Naz Norris is a young YouTube star. She is a featured member of the family YouTube channel The Norris Nuts, run by her parents, Brooke and Justin Norris. She often appears on the channel alongside her parents and siblings, Sabre, Biggy, Sockie, Disco, and Charm Norris.
Australian YouTube star, gamer, and former Twitch streamer Elliott Watkins, better known as Muselk, or MrMuselk, soared to fame with his content on Fortnite and Overwatch. He previously posted content on Team Fortress 2 and later joined the YouTube collaborative channel Click. He has also voiced Meta Runner characters.
Australian YouTuber, vlogger, actor, and comedian Natalie Tran shot to fame with her YouTube channel, communitychannel. A digital media graduate from the University of New South Wales, she soon became Australia’s highest-subscribed-to YouTuber. She has also appeared in movies and series such as Goddess and Mr. Inbetween.
Australian YouTuber Jaidon Domenic Matthew Brooks, better known as Jai Brooks, shot to fame with his comedy, pranks, and stunts. He is also known as one of Ariana Grande’s former boyfriends and a member of the YouTube collective The Janoskians. A visual artist, too, he has showcased his art on his social media profiles.
Bella Fiori is an Australian social media celebrity best known for posting vlogs on YouTube. She also posts makeup and fashion-related videos and is credited with keeping her fans updated about the latest fashion trends. Bella Fiori is also popular on Instagram, where she has thousands of followers.
Australian social media star Sarah Ellen has been equally popular on Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and Vine. The influencer is also a singer, an actor, and a model and has gained fame as Madison Robinson in the Australian soap Neighbours. She has also appeared on shows such as Australia's Got Talent and X Factor Australia.
Tyde Levi is an Australian singer, DJ, blogger, and YouTuber. He came into prominence in 2018, when he released his eponymous debut extended play. He then followed it up with his second extended play Figure It Out in 2020. Tyde Levi is also a social media personality and has thousands of followers across various social media platforms.
Instagram blogger and fitness enthusiast Tammy Hembrow soared to fame on the internet with her pre- and post-pregnancy videos, inspiring millions of young mothers. The half-Australian and half-Trinidadian blonde beauty has also campaigned for Khloé Kardashian’s brand Good American. She is now married to Instagram fitness expert Reece Hawkins.
Australian influencer, beauty expert, and YouTuber Kashani Grimmond posts a variety of beauty and fashion content, such as makeup tutorials, beauty product reviews, fashion hauls, and Q&As. She has also launched her own clothing line, SG The Label, and her own swimwear brand, Sylk Swim. She has also been popular on Tumblr.
Former member of the YouTube comedy group The Janoskians, James Yammouni left the group in 2016 to become a DJ. A talented rapper, he later began presenting The James Yammouni Show on YouNow. He was also part of an MTV Australia series with The Janoskians.
Australian YouTuber Daniel James Johnson, better known as Danger Dolan, shot to fame with his countdown videos. He is also a narrator, voice actor, and Marshmallow man VTuber who is the main host of the YouTube series Planet Dolan. He has also launched channels on games and movies.
Australian Instagram star, fitness trainer, and streetwear designer Reece Hawkins gained fame with his much-publicized relationship with influencer Tammy Hembrow. The District Goods founder, who has two kids with Tammy, later split with her and secretly married model London Goheen, with whom he had another child.
Asian-Australian illustrator and TikTok star Ruthbell Pan is known for posting funny content such as animals without necks and scamming fraudsters. She also posts trends, trivia, and experiments. She is also part of the YouTube gaming duo OKEH Gaming TV with Aaron Matt Lau and posts Roblox animation and gaming videos.
Beau Brooks is an Australian comedian and social media personality. He is best known for his association with a YouTube comedy group called The Janoskians. The group is renowned for performing pranks and gross out humor on non-consenting members of the public. They also post mockumentaries and skits on their YouTube channel.