Australian Finance Blogs

Sydney Opera House - AustraliaGiven 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 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.

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
  • Dividends Down Under
    • Tristan
    • 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.
  • Journey to 90 million
    • Setup in June 2011 to track the progress to $50 million in 2031 ($90 million is 2031 dollars), hence the name.
  • Thrifty Comfort
    • An accountant for over 20 years helping you create financial security and investments for your retirement.
  • Aussie Firebug
    • A blog detailing the journey to financial independence through investing in real estate, low cost index funds and Super.
  • Frugal and Thriving
    • Melissa
    • 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.
  • Jason Jots
    • Jason Wong
    • Simplified finance by a wealth enthusiast.
  • Aussie Finance Blog
    • Writing about personal investment tips, insurance, choosing the right credit cards and similar topics.
  • Win at Money
    • A personal finance blog written by an everyday family man about money tips, tricks and ideas he has learnt.
  • Dividend Investor
    • Analysis on the latest market moving events and commentary. Trying to help investors understand the global economy one post at a time.
  • Wealthy From Thirty
    • Contemplations on value investing and personal finance – best read with a Vegemite sandwich.
  • Hey, It’s Just Money!
    • A personal quest towards worrying less about money
  • The Wannabe Investor
    • Starting an investment journey for the future… without being frugal!
  • Financial Farmers
    • Building their own dream to live comfortably, grow our own fruit and veges.
  • 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.
  • Big Kid, Little Adult
    • Writing about adulting, my finance and investment journey and frugality tips. A personal journey towards becoming an adult.
  • 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.


  1. 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!
  2. ShareStart
    • “ShareStart profiles ASX listed companies to answer a simple question: what does the company do? It can be surprisingly difficult to find an easy-to-understand unbiased explanation. ShareStart is objective, factual and free.”
    • Not all companies have been profiles (yet), however the ones that have provide some nice simple to understand graphs and information that I have not yet found displayed as well elsewhere. The current trajectory is defiantly heading in the right direction.

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