Junkee reaches 1.3 million unique browsers each month, with a combined 300,000 followers across Facebook and Instagram.

Since its launch in 2013, Junkee has been a trusted source of news and entertainment for young Australians. Through the years, Junkee has remained a home for social justice and progressive values, giving under-represented young people a voice, whether it be to share ideas, music, or thoughts on pop culture. Since its inception, Junkee has built a loyal and diverse audience following, becoming known for everything from Drag Race recaps, to Australian music reviews, to thoughtful and well-researched political explainers. 


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Our audience

Junkee’s young, diverse audience is hungry to be both informed and entertained, often at the same time.

Our readers are incredibly passionate and care deeply about the things that matter to them, whether that’s their favourite band, the TV show they’re currently bingeing, social justice, politics, or the latest chaotic meme.

Junkee’s audience are engaged, plugged-in, and never afraid to voice their opinions.