The eye-watering amount Aussie influencers earn has been revealed, with the top influencer boasting a net worth of $426 million.
Instagram page Influencer Updates AU posted a video to its Stories responding to questions from followers about how much money the top influencers pocket.
Resharing a video previously posted on its TikTok account, Influencer Updates AU shared the net worth of the top six influencers, referencing a list of the top 100 richest Australians under 40 published by the Australian Financial Review.
The fitness influencer behind the app Keep it Cleaner is the 6th richest influencer in Australia, with a net worth of $36 million.
Stephanie has 1.5 million followers on Instagram, where she posts pictures of her son Harvey and fitness content. Her Keep It Cleaner Instagram page has 316,000 followers.
Coming in fifth is Tammy Hembrow with a net worth of $38 million. Also a fitness influencer, Tammy Hembrow created the app Tammy Fit.
The app includes step-by-step workouts for the home and gym, as well as meal plans. Tammy has 15.3 million followers on Instagram.
Boasting a whopping net worth of $63 million, Natasha Oakley is the fourth richest Australian influencer. Natasha is a model who gained notoriety when she started her Bikini A Day blog, which she launched with her friend Devin Brugman.
The pair then went on to launch their MONDAY swimwear brand in 2014. She has 2.9 million followers on Instagram.
Emily Skye Anderson
The fitness influencer has a net worth of $95 million and is behind the workout program Emily Skye FIT. The personal trainer and mother of two has 2.7 million followers on Instagram and posts videos of her workouts and her journey to regaining her bikini body post-baby.
Coming in second is Kayla Itsines, the influencer behind the popular Sweat app, which she sold to US group iFit. She started gaining followers with her bikini body e-guide, which she launched in 2014. The fitness influencer now has a net worth of $164 million.
She has 14.9 million followers on Instagram.
The powerhouse behind JSHealth Vitamins has a net worth of $426 million, making her the 24th richest Australian under 40.
She developed her vitamin range with her husband Dean Steingold, and has grown her vitamin business by adding a skincare range as well as protein bars.
Jessica has 19.9K followers on her personal Instagram account, with 403K people following JS Health.
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