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Which Streaming Services Are Available In Australia?

In the modern age, streaming services have taken over the traditional cable/satellite TV, their popularity is ever expanding. Binge-watchers now prefer video-on-demand services to catch up with the latest movies, new seasons of TV shows, or watching the old time classics.

There has been a lot of competition among the streaming services in recent years with each platform trying to capture the big markets in terms of viewership. Australia is among the potentially profitable markets and a lot of popular streaming platforms are already operating in the region. Besides Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, YouTube Premium, and Paramount+, you can watch Disney Plus in Australia as well.

With huge content libraries on offer by a string of popular  streaming services, making a decision about which platform is worth spending money on can be difficult. In this article, we will discuss the 7 best streaming services available in Australia which can fulfill your streaming appetites according to the media social trends.

List of Streaming Services in Australia

Below is the list of available streaming services in Australia. These platforms include both free-to-view and subscription-based, and it’s your choice which service you prefer based on your content needs and watching trends.

  • Netflix
  • Stan
  • Disney Plus
  • Apple TV+
  • Foxtel
  • Hayu
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Fetch
  • YouTube Premium
  • Kayo Sports
  • Paramount+
  • Telstra TV Box Office
  • Flash
  • DocPlay
  • BritBox
  • iwonder
  • Shudder
  • Acorn TV
  • Funimation
  • Kanopy
  • Tubi TV
  • ABC iView
  • SBS on Demand
  • Tenplay
  • 9Now
  • 7plus


Netflix is arguably the king of streaming and one of the most widely known platforms in the world. Netflix Australia offers an expansive range of films, TV shows, and documentaries to choose from. The streaming service keeps on updating its content library with the latest releases while maintaining a database of classic titles.

Moreover, Netflix also releases its Original content and over the recent years fans have got the chance to binge-watch the likes of hit titles, including Stranger Things, Riverdale, and Orange is the New Black.

Netflix is a subscription based service and you have to pay a monthly fee to stream its content. The subscription fee varies depending on the package with the costler plans allowing you to share multiple simultaneous streams. It can be a handy option for a small family or a group of friends.

Monthly subscriptions of Netflix range from $10.99/month to a maximum of $22.99/month.


Stan is Netflix Australia’s main nemesis. This streaming service hosts a string of original Australian titles, coupled with several Hollywood movies and US-based TV shows. Besides an impressive lineup of old classics such as Seinfeld, Breaking Bad, Scrubs, How I Met Your Mother, and Grey’s Anatomy.

You can subscribe to Stan through its official website, with the streaming platform also offering a one-month free trial. The subscription plans start from $10/month and go up to $19/month.

With an additional cost of $10/month, you can get the Stan Sports add on with your basic package. Stan Sports is a recently launched sports wing of Stan, which hosts live coverage of several football and tennis competitions.

 Disney Plus

One of those streaming platforms that entered the streaming wars with a bang. Disney Plus offers streaming junkies access to the vastness of the Walt Disney content. Whether it’s Star Wars franchise, Marvel Universe, National Geographic documentaries, or it’s the Pixar original animated content, you will never run short of content on Disney Plus .

Disney Plus is available for a monthly cost of $11.99 or you can get its yearly subscription which costs $119.99 upfront.


One of the latest players in the streaming  market of Australia, BINGE is a subsidiary of Foxtel. It offers several popular TV series such as The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon, and more at a cheaper price to give tough competition to the likes of Stan and Netflix.

You can subscribe to BINGE starting from $10/month with the Basic Plan (single screen). While Standard Plan is available for $14/month (two screens), and Premium Plan is available for $18/month (four screens). It also offers a free two-week trial.

Apple TV+

Another notable name to recently put its foot on the Australian streaming horizon, Apple TV+ aims to conquer the confidence of viewers with a vast library of Original content, including titles from Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey, and M. Night Shyamalan with plenty of new projects for the future.

Apple TV+ costs $7.99/month, including a 7-day free trial. You can access six accounts at a time and carry your content on the go with Apple TV+ smart app.

Amazon Prime Video

The popularity of Amazon as a brand is vivid and there’s no surprise that the tech giant decided to launch its streaming platform. Amazon Prime Video is an American video-on-demand streaming service that offers a huge lineup of TV shows, films, and Amazon Prime Original content. You can watch popular TV series like The Man in the High Castle, the Grand Tour, and Sneaky Pete. A subscription to Amazon Prime Video costs $6.99/month.

Kayo Sports

Sports enthusiasts love to catch up on all of the major sporting events of the world and Kayo Sports rightfully obliges. If you are an ardent lover of sports, Kayo is the streaming platform you just can’t ignore. It covers around 50+ sports, including MLB, English Premier League, and the NBA.

A subscription to Kayo Sports costs $25/month with multiple simultaneous screens. Kayo brings you several popular sports channels, including ESPN, Fox Sports, and beIN SPORTS.


There are plenty of streaming platforms to consider when deciding on the best streaming service in Australia. Depending on your content preferences, you can watch Disney Plus in Australia for a broader content catalog of Walt Disney or you can opt to subscribe to the streaming giant Netflix.

Let us know in the comments which streaming platform you follow in Australia and why.