Throughout history, there have been many Australian women Youtubers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great Australian female Youtubers such as Wengie, Jess Conte, Mariamstar1, Freelee, Chloe Morello.
WengieWengie
09 January 1986, Australian, Chinese
YouTuber
Jess ConteJess Conte
23 July 1996, Australian
YouTuber, Vlogger, Singer & Beauty Guru.

HeyImBeeHeyImBee
22 September 1993, Australian
YouTube Gamer

LoserfruitLoserfruit
22 February 1993, Australian
Gamer, Twitch Streamer

Naz NorrisNaz Norris
11 November 2010, Australian
YouTuber

Hannah PolitesHannah Polites
27 February 1997, Australian
Vlogger & Fitness Enthusiast
Sabre NorrisSabre Norris
03 January 2005, Australian
YouTuber

FreeleeFreelee
17 September 1980, Australian
YouTuber, Fitness Expert

Grace MulgrewGrace Mulgrew
16 February 2006, Australian
YouTuber

Lauren DawkinsLauren Dawkins
26 May 2001, Australian
Vlogger
Sarah BettsSarah Betts
22 October 1996, Australian
YouTube Star

Gillian BowerGillian Bower
24 July 1994, Australian
YouTuber
DeligracyDeligracy
10 April 1995, Australian
YouTube Gamer

Lauren CurtisLauren Curtis
07 January 1993, Australian
YouTuber, Beauty Vlogger

Chloe MorelloChloe Morello
01 December 1990, Australian
Youtube Star
Kashani GrimmondKashani Grimmond
21 March 1997, Australian
YouTuber

Amy OrdmanAmy Ordman
14 November 1993, Australian
YouTuber
Cartia MallanCartia Mallan
28 July 1998, Australian
YouTuber

Sarah EllenSarah Ellen
10 January 1998, Australian
Social Media Personality

Bella FioriBella Fiori
21 June 1997, Australian
Youtuber
Brittney Lee SaundersBrittney Lee Saunders
27 April 1993, Australian
YouTube Star

CaitiCaiti
28 July 1991, Australian
Youtuber
Ellen PellonEllen Pellon
30 May 1997, Australian
YouTuber

EmilyKittyEmilyKitty
11 March 2006, Australian
YouTuber

Sockie NorrisSockie Norris
13 March 2007, Australian
YouTuber