The Top 10 Australian TikTokers

For millions of people and brands around the world, TikTok has quickly become their favourite platform, and Australians are no exception.

Thanks to TikTok’s short video clips and highly interactive design, Australians have adopted the platform with open arms. In fact, almost 2.5 million locals used TikTok in the first half of 2020, making it the fastest-growing social media platform in the country.

With 700 million users around the world, many of whom are aged in the lucrative 18-24 bracket, TikTok has become hugely advantageous for brands looking to build their following and collaborate with popular influencers. Both TikTok ad and influencer marketing strategies offer incredible potential.

If you’re interested in the TikTokers who live in Australia, we’ve compiled a list of the most famous Australian TikTokers and influencers. See what kind of content is being created and shared by the Top 10 TikTok accounts with the most followers.

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1. Hannah Balanay (16.6M)

With 16.6 million fans and 353 million likes on her videos, Hannah Balanay is the number one most-followed TikTok user in Australia.

Balanay’s choreography skills saw her rise rapidly to fame, with a viral dance she created for Dua Lipa’s song “Don’t Start Now”.

With the video racking proving to be a massive hit, it took on a new life when the dance was added as an emote to the blockbuster video game Fortnite. With Balanay continuing to create new dances for songs, she has used her social channels to promote brands such as Samsung, Footlocker, Depop and more.

2. Sarah Magusara (16.5M)

Next on the list of Australia’s most successful TikTokers is Sarah Magusara.

She made her start on in 2014, which later became TikTok. Since then, Magusara has continued to grow her following steadily over the years through her hugely popular lip-syncing and dance videos.

In recent times, she’s expanded to include various fitness, modelling and behind-the-scenes content, giving her followers plenty to talk about. Alongside these posts, she also creates sponsored content for the likes of Boohoo, Fashion Nova and Blessed Plant Protein.


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♬ Wow – Tion Wayne

3. The Rybka Twins (13.2M)

Since they were toddlers, twin sisters Sam and Teagan Rybka have been obsessed with gymnastics.

But when they started their YouTube channel in 2012 to show off their skills, they put themselves on a path to international fame. With the pair reaching the semi-finals of Australia’s Got Talent in 2013, their incredible acrobatic ability brought them to the attention of the wider public.

However, the Rybka Twins’ smart use of TikTok has seen the duo amass a giant following of 13.2 million users who love to watch their daily gymnastic videos, vlogs and lip-syncing content.


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♬ Dating in your…… – Jamie Jukes

4. Caleb Finn (10.8M)

Starting on TikTok in 2018, Melbourne-based Caleb Finn’s diverse content has grown his following to a staggering 10.8 million.

Across a variety of content styles, Finn spends his days producing everything from lip-syncing videos and horror-inspired clips to TikToks that push transitions to their creative limits.

With Finn having previously worked as a school teacher, his newfound career as a full-time TikTok creator is undoubtedly more lucrative thanks to a wealth of endorsements and promotions.

5. Mully (10.2M)

You probably won’t be surprised to learn that gaming content is also incredibly popular on TikTok. In Australia, the top content creator for this niche is Mully, whose hilarious virtual reality gaming videos has helped him gain a massive following of 10.2 million people.

Forming part of the social media collective known as “The Boys”, alongside creators like Joshdub and EddieVR, Mully uses his TikTok to share clips from his YouTube channel and react to viral TikToks.

6. Mocha (9.9M)

If you like to follow famous pets on social media, Mocha is Australia’s most beloved example on TikTok.

Based in Melbourne, this black-and-tan pomeranian’s daily adventures have made her an adorable star across TikTok and Instagram, with millions of followers across both channels.

With her owner taking Mocha on plenty of car rides and dressing her up in a range of cute costumes, it’s no surprise that people love to keep up to date with her furry activities.

7. Bijay Baniya (9.7M)

Born in Nepal, Bijay Baniya is a dancer and choreographer who has built up an enormous TikTok following of 9.7 million fans.

Whether he’s dancing in his studio or on the streets of Sydney, Baniya’s hip-hop and freestyle dancing has made him an acclaimed figure both in Australia and overseas.

Alongside a series of equally talented reappearing guests, his short and sweet TikTok content has proven to be a great success on the platform.

8. Joshdub (8.4M)

As one of Australia’s best-known gaming creators, Joshdub’s combined following across platforms such as TikTok, YouTube and Instagram is huge.

With 8.4 million loyal fans on the former, Joshdub’s clips on virtual reality gaming continue to make him one of the gaming world’s fastest-growing personalities.

As one of the five members of “The Boys” community, the group’s combined efforts ensure each member is now some of the gaming industry’s biggest online celebrities.

9. Brodie Pawson (7.8M)

With Browdie Pawson reaching the semi-finals of Ninja Warrior Australia in 2018, his immense athletic ability has helped him become one of Australia’s most popular TikTok accounts.

As he showcases his parkour talents on the streets, he’s travelled across the world to overcome death-defying obstacles from Singapore to Barcelona. With 7.8 million followers, Pawson is undoubtedly one of Australia’s top extreme athletes.

10. AnZu Bhandari (7.3M)

Completing the top 10 of Australia’s most popular TikTok accounts is AnZu Bhandari. Born and raised in Sydney, her infectious dance, lip-syncing and workout videos have made her one of the go-to profiles in Australia.

With 7.3 million fans keeping up with the choreography videos on her channel, as well as her frequent updates on Instagram, Bhandari’s content is a natural fit for these platforms.

Level Up Your Brand’s TikTok Following

There’s much to be learned from these Aussie Tiktokers. They’ve shown how TikTok has been the standout social media platform for the last couple of years. These Aussie TikTok influencers have launched the careers of thousands of new celebrities and helped brands reach their ideal target markets.

Level Up Your Brand’s TikTok Following

What’s in it for you? Your business has never been more ready to spread the word via TikTok advertising. The experts at First Page Australia can help you plan and execute a high-quality campaign. Get in touch about how to leverage TikTok’s incredible marketing potential for your products and services.