Given I am Australian, I tend to have a soft spot for Australia. After all it is more or less the best country in the world (we even have Netflix now). So I thought I would share a list of other Australian Finance Blogs and Tools I have run across and enjoy. Tweet me, Facebook me, or contact me if you want to be added, or know of any I should checkout. I am much fussier about the Company/Group ones I add.
Australian Finance Blogs
- Remember To Water
- My blog (yay). Talking about all things finance. I wanted a way to motivate, track, help and encourage myself and others to grow their personal finances.
- Barefoot Investor
- Scott Pape
- If you don’t know him then I would recommend having a read of Scott Pape’s Confession.
- Dividends Down Under
- Talking about investing in shares. Owning a small part of Australian companies, these companies will grow their businesses with time and pay me ever-increasing dividends.
- Aussie Firebug
- A blog detailing the journey to financial independence through investing in real estate, low cost index funds and Super.
- Frugal and Thriving
- An Australian blog with an Aussie focus. So if you’re looking for frugal tips a little closer to home, you’ve come to the right place.
- Aussie Finance Blog
- Writing about personal investment tips, insurance, choosing the right credit cards and similar topics.
- Enough Time To…
- Australians exploring the universe of time and money.
- The Australian Expat Investor
- Creating wealth while living abroad.
- Adventures with Poopsie
- Normal, average people who are choosing a different path in life,. and planning to retire in 2023.
- The Spreadsheet Dad
- An Australian father of two navigating his way through fatherhood and on his way to financial freedom.
- The FI Explorer
- A personal journey of a 40-something Australian guy towards financial independence in 2021. Explorations in new financial technology and general finance and investment issues.
- Frugality and Freedom
- Frugality and Freedom is written by Michelle, a 30-something Australian on the path to financial independence. Being semi-retired since age 33, she writes about frugality, minimalism, budget travel, lifestyle design, and sustainable living.
- Mawer Money
- I have a dream that all inhabitants of Australia (and the world) have at least a basic level of financial literacy. This should be learned in primary school, high school, and prior to being able to purchase a property and take out a mortgage.
- The financial comparison site’s blog is filled with informative posts on a range of personal finance topics – from home loans to travel insurance and more. Mozo’s blog is regularly updated so you’ll always learn something new.
- OurMoneyMarket is an Australian based peer to peer lender that specialises in personal lending. OurMoneyMarket looks to provide hints and tips on how to invest in alternative assets and educate borrowers on how to better manage their money.
- They are also one of only three peer to peer lenders in Australia that cater to the retail sector.
Regularly Used Sites/Tools
The following are some sites/tools that I like or use enough to recommend them. Feel free to send recommendations for this list, but if I am not still using it after a few months, it won’t make the list. This is not everything, just some key sites that have proven valuable over the years.
- Market Index
- “Information and data on the Australian stock market. Live indices, fundamental analysis, and share prices for all ASX companies.”
- I am not sure why I forgot to add this one to my list! It is hands down the best place for insightful stats and information. It is one of my go-to sites and has been in my RSS feed since before this list existed. This is why I have put it at the top of this list. Thankfully someone over there visited my site and asked to be added (reminding me I had missed them)! It made me feel like I was playing on a high school AFL team only to have one of the hawks come and ask if they could watch!
- Matusik Missive
- A voice of reason amongst the distortion. Each week I share my thoughts on the Australian housing market. Not just things real estate, but urban and social trends, too.
Have an Australian finance blog that should be listed here (or anything else you want me to read)? Then let me know: