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Vlogging Day – Our favourite Australian Online Content Creators

In honour of International Vlogging Day (August 10), we thought we would share our favourite independent online content creators, homegrown from Australia. These independent content creators do an amazing job and whilst we are not measuring their success by numbers or stats, we think just think they make great content doing what they love to do.

Jazza
An Australian YouTuber, artist, animator, and presenter best-known for his art tutorials, challenges and animations with his studio based in our own home state of Victoria. As of June 2020, his channel has over 915 million total video views and 5.1 million subscribers. We like his original content that pushes the artistic boundaries with great tutorials so everyone can find their own artistic abilities. Great job Jazza!

Instagram: @drawwithjazza

Brooke Saward – World of Wanderlust
Brooke is a Tasmanian travel blogger behind the World of Wanderlust blog, Brooke Saward started an accompanying YouTube channel over a decade ago, and hasn’t looked back. 70,000 subscribers enjoy her adventures, which focus on solo female travel – specifically how to do it safely and with the maximum amount of fun! If you wondering how Brooke got started she has a great page on her blog about some great resources if want to be a travel writer blogging or vlogging around the world. Brooke visits every corner of the earth and shows us the beauty in exploring the world.

Instagram @worldwanderlust

Benn TK

We only just discovered Benn TK through his work with Sony Australia and the Sony A7SIII adventure film he shot for the launch – his travel vlogs are very creative and definitely worth a look for their creativity.

Instagram: @benn_tk

 

Starting your own vlog or youtube channel, creating your own online content and you need the video gear to shoot some amazing stuff as the Australian online content creators we featured here, why not check out our vlogging kits page as a great way to get your vlog started. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our team if you need some help with working out what works best for your content ideas.

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