Top 50 Sites in Australia ?


We were talking at lunch about the top sites, by traffic in Australia.

IMHO there really isn't a good place to get this information

There is a list by Alexa and these are the top 50

  1. Google Australia
  2. Google
  3. Yahoo!
  4. Microsoft Network (MSN)
  5. EBay.com.au
  6. Myspace
  7. Ninemsn
  8. Windows Live
  9. YouTube
  10. Wikipedia
  11. News.com.au
  12. Real Estate Australia
  13. The Sydney Morning Herald
  14. Blogger.com
  15. EBay
  16. Microsoft Corporation
  17. Amazon.com
  18. The Age
  19. SEEK
  20. The Internet Movie Database
  21. Australian Bureau of Meteorology
  22. Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  23. Flickr
  24. BBC Newsline Ticker
  25. Domain.com.au
  26. Digg
  27. Digital Point Solutions
  28. Optus Internet
  29. Telstra Big Pond
  30. ANZ - Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
  31. RSVP
  32. Whirlpool Broadband News
  33. Passport.net
  34. White Pages Online - Australia
  35. Carsales.com.au
  36. Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  37. Yellow Pages OnLine
  38. AWeber Systems
  39. Bebo.com
  40. Whereis
  41. Emailcash
  42. Apple Computer, Inc.
  43. NSW Government
  44. SourceForge
  45. SitePoint
  46. StatCounter.com
  47. National Australia Bank
  48. Westpac Banking Corporation
  49. About
  50. SiteSell.com

Some of these sites aren't surprising, some I have never heard of before.

I could go to Hitwise but they charge for their information.

Where can I find the definitive list of top sites?

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Comments (8)
  1. Paul Stovell says:

    Frank, perhaps we should start a petition to get "what 50 websites to you visit most frequently" added to the next Australian Census?

  2. Cankles says:

    I can tell you the Alexa results are quite different to some of the paid services.  There are a lot more people looking for nudity and so forth than the NSW Govt 🙂

    Alexa is only available to those using the toolbar (which is Windows and IE only). This slants things quite significantly IMHO — and also you have to question why or who installs a toolbar which sends your browsing history to a 3rd party.

  3. Mark Cohen says:

    Based on my knowledge of some of the sites on the list, it actually looks more or less accurate.

  4. frankarr says:

    I"m not advocating alexa’s list

    in fact, it’s the opposite

    i am after the definitive top australian sites and i cant find this, without paying someone mucho $$

  5. Anonymous says:

    I finally was able to logon to my BlogBeat account this weekend, following a PEBKAC sitution. Normally,

  6. Anonymous says:

    Top 50 Sites in Australia ?. – interesting list a lot of social media / web 2.0 sites are starting to make their presence felt.

  7. Anonymous says:

    As is usual for this time of the year, we look back a bit. Here’s my top 20 posts for December 2006 .

  8. Anonymous says:

    As is usual for this time of the year, we look back a bit. Here’s my top 20 posts for December 2006 .

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