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Trending in Australia
on Mar 4, 2024

The most searched Wikipedia pages in Australia: discover what people are looking for!

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  1. EN
    Dune: Part Two
    - 31%
  2. EN
    Mukesh Ambani
    + 3%
  3. EN
    Spencer Leniu
    + 24%
  4. EN
    Ezra Mam
    - 24%
  5. EN
    Revolution
    new
  6. EN
    Australian Survivor: Titans v Rebels
    - 6%
  7. EN
    David Pocock
    new
  8. EN
    Dune
    - 46%
  9. EN
    Sam Kerr
    new
  10. EN
    Jaclyn Jose
    + 28%
  11. EN
    Shōgun
    - 4%
  12. EN
    deaths in 2024
    + 7%
  13. EN
    Dune
    - 36%
  14. EN
    West Side Story
    new
  15. EN
    Kentucky meat shower
    new
  16. EN
    John Carter
    new
  17. EN
    Sydney Sweeney
    + 27%
  18. EN
    Mad Max
    new
  19. EN
    Spaceman
    - 47%
  20. EN
    Dune Messiah
    - 24%
  21. EN
    Minjee Lee
    new
  22. EN
    Nita Ambani
    + 16%
  23. EN
    Taylor Swift
    - 11%
  24. EN
    Napoleon
    - 79%
  25. EN
    Fred Again
    new
  26. EN
    The Regime
    new
  27. EN
    Anil Ambani
    + 3%
  28. EN
    Cranbrook School
    new
  29. EN
    Mad Max (franchise)
    new
  30. EN
    Dune
    - 33%
  31. EN
    Elle Macpherson
    new
  32. EN
    Min Woo Lee
    new
  33. EN
    Australia
    new
  34. EN
    George Galloway
    - 52%
  35. EN
    Australian Idol, season 9
    new
  36. EN
    Federal Meat Inspection Act
    new
  37. EN
    Barry Keoghan
    new
  38. EN
    One Day
    - 23%
  39. EN
    Jimmy Webster
    new
  40. EN
    Christian Horner
    new
  41. EN
    Rihanna
    - 48%
  42. EN
    The Age of Innocence
    new
  43. EN
    YouTube
    new
  44. EN
    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
    new
  45. EN
    2024 Republican Party presidential primaries
    new
  46. EN
    Premier League
    - 75%
  47. EN
    Marcia Hines
    - 67%
  48. EN
    The Eras Tour
    new
  49. EN
    2024 Dunkley by-election
    - 179%
  50. EN
    Avatar: The Last Airbender
    - 39%
Those data refers to the most visited pages on Wikipedia from Australia on Mar 4, 2024.
The green, red and yellow indicators on each row are based on data from the day before: to get insights about the historical records, click here.
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