The Best Aussie & Kiwi Vegans to Follow on YouTube

The next time you’re looking for something new to watch on YouTube, check out one of these inspiring channels. With great content including comedy, recipes, advice on vegan living, activism and more, these YouTubers are sure to have you hitting the “thumbs up” button in no time!

Natalie Tran – Community Channel

With over 560 million video views, Natalie Tran is one of the biggest names on YouTube – and she announced in early 2016 that she has gone vegan! Her videos are a combination of quirky monologues and sketch comedy. See what all the fuss is about here:

Follow Natalie on Instagram.



This Sydney girl is killing it on social media, with hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers and a fast-growing YouTube presence. Vlogging about her life as a vegan and sharing her drool-worthy daily food choices, she is a source of inspiration to anyone who is curious about vegan eating.

Follow Bonny on Instagram.


Natasha and Luca – That Vegan Couple

With helpful tips on vegan living, recipes, yoga tutorials and more, Natasha and Luca are a wealth of knowledge on how to live healthfully and ethically. Check out their helpful guide to going vegan here:

Follow Natasha and Luca on Instagram.


James Aspey – Voiceless365

James famously embarked on a year-long vow of silence to raise awareness of the plight of animals. Watch this video to hear the first words he spoke – live on TV – after his year was up. The reactions of the TV hosts are priceless!

Follow James on Instagram.


Karissa Pukas

Canadian-born Karissa has made Australia home. Though not vegan (yet!), she eats a predominantly plant-based diet and also co-owns a vegan false-eyelash company. Did you know that some false eyelashes are made from animal hair?! Yuck! Combine all this with her ongoing love affair with her dog, and we think Karissa is one to watch on social media.

Follow Karissa on Instagram.


Cam and Nina

Kiwi Cam and his Costa Rican partner, Nina, are ones to watch on YouTube if you’re looking for healthy vegan recipes and lifestyle tips. All their videos are set to some groovy music, too. Recipes like this one are super easy to make:

Follow Cam on Instagram.

Follow Nina on Instagram.


Tess Begg

Eighteen-year-old Tess is another Sydneysider who has embraced a cruelty-free lifestyle and is sharing it with the world. Check out her channel for recipe videos, fitness tips and “What I Eat in a Day” videos, like this one:

Follow Tess on Instagram.



As Bonnyrebecca’s boyfriend, Tim is the other half of this Aussie vegan social media power couple. Watch his vlog from Thailand here:

Follow Tim on Instagram.


Lily Butson – WhyOweYou

Drool-worthy photography, plus delicious and healthy food inspiration – Lily is yet another Aussie girl who’s leading the pack of popular vegan bloggers. Check out her whistle-stop tour of Sydney vegan eats:

Follow Lily on Instagram.


Annie Tarasova

Recipes? Check. Vlogs? Check. “What I Eat in a Day” videos? Check! In short, check out Annie’s channel!

Follow Annie on Instagram.


Edgar’s Mission

Australia’s best-known animal sanctuary is home to hundreds of rescued farm animals (as well as a couple of cats and dogs!). Follow their adventures and be prepared to be overwhelmed by cuteness.

Follow Edgar’s Mission on Instagram.


Regan the Vegan

The viral sensation behind this “punny” video, Aussie boy Regan, has been vegan since 2012, and during that time has transformed his body.

Check out his channel for easy recipes, vlogs and general silliness.

Follow Regan on Instagram.


Bella Fiori

Even though she’s not yet vegan, vegetarian vlogger Bella Fiori uses only cruelty-free make-up in her online tutorials and regularly speaks of her love for animals. In this video, she talks about her goal of going vegan.

Follow Bella on Instagram.


Stephanie Lange

This Sydney-based make-up artist creates in-depth cosmetics tutorials and aims to use only cruelty-free products. Vegan since March 2016, she’s a passionate animal advocate, and one of her goals is to show that you can enjoy experimenting with make-up without harming animals!

Follow Stephanie on Instagram.


PETA Australia

Of course, you can also follow us on our YouTube channel, where we share heaps of interesting content – from breaking investigations and important information on issues facing animals to tips on ordering vegan food at restaurant chains and celeb interviews.

You can also like PETA Australia on Facebook.


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