20 Best Australian FIRE Blogs and Websites (Early Retirement Blogs)
Australian FIRE Blogs
Here are 20 Best Australian FIRE Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. His Her Money Guide
We're Alex and Ellie, a 30-something married couple, and we started the blog about our big dream: retiring early and living the life we've always wanted! HisHerMoneyGuide is a blog tracking our progress towards early retirement. It provides practical tips and guides towards saving, investing, and making money.
255⋅ 2.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
2. Captain FI
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Captain FI is a retired Air Transport Pilot who lives in Adelaide, South Australia. He is passionate about Financial Independence and writes about Personal Finance and his journey to reach FI at 29, allowing him to retire at 30.
7K⋅ 999 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact More
3. Aussie Firebug Blog
Aussie Firebug is an anonymous blog detailing the journey to financial independence through investing in real estate, low-cost index funds, and Super. By investing at a young age and consistently it is possible to reach a point where your investments pay you enough money to live off. Once you get to this point you are financially independent (FI) and can retire early (RE) or do better things without the constraint of your job.
8.5K⋅ 2.8K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
4. Money Flamingo
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Money Flamingo is a Financial Independence blog focusing on alternative paths to FIRE (like Coast FI and Flamingo FI). We are a married couple with two young kids and live in Sydney, Australia. We semi-retired in 2020 at 35 and 39 years old.
Also in Early Retirement Blogs
962⋅ 780 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact More
5. Burning Desire For FIRE
Burning Desire For FIRE is a blog post by Financially Independent, Retired Early(ish) at 57. Find Financial Books recommendations in the blog posts and many more.
672 ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact More
6. The FI Explorer
This is a blog about my personal journey toward financial independence, with explorations in investment strategy, finance, and portfolio design issues. It also features occasional discussions of new financial products and emerging fintech issues.
Also in Australian Retirement Blogs
1K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Dec 2016 Get Email Contact More
7. Late Starter Fire Blog
Hello, I am in my late forties and live in Australia. I am just discovering the exciting concept of FIRE, which is Financially Independent Retire Early. What is FIRE? It is while researching traditional retirement that I stumbled across this exciting concept. FIRE stands for Financially Independent Retire Early. I decided to write this blog to document my journey, as they say, and be accountable to you.
425⋅ 2.5K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact More
8. Strong Money Australia Blog
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
I am Dave. Strong Money Australia is a website focused on helping people reach Financial Independence and Retire Early (FIRE) in Australia.I publish regular articles and podcasts, sharing my thoughts and the key lessons that have helped me on my own journey.
1.3K⋅ 1.3K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
9. FIRE By Thirty-Five Blog
I'm on a quest for financial independence so I can retire early to the country with dogs, cows and an excellent glass of wine.Right now, I'm working in a concrete jungle. Tag along with me, it should be a great journey...
600 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact More
10. That Girl On Fire Blog
I'm Michelle - a 30-year-old copywriter. I write about my favorite things ever. Minimalism and money. Intention and money. Generosity and money. The three things that underpin a successful financial life. And it's my hope that by sharing this snippet of my life, and my money management strategies with you, it will spark the change in you to better your financial future, too.
1 post / month Get Email Contact More
11. Chasing Fire Down Under Blog
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
This is a blog about my journey towards financial independence/retiring early in Australia, with the aim of continuing to earn a high passive income after attaining FIRE. Many blogs in this sphere are focussed on financial independence through extreme savings and a fairly lean income at retirement and are often directed towards those with a low to average income during working life.
10 posts / year Get Email Contact More
12. Dividends Down Under
Australian personal finance blog is about investing in Australia for dividends and freedom. We want to own small parts of many Australian companies, these companies will grow their businesses with time and pay us ever-increasing dividends.
Also in Dividend Blogs, Australian Investment Blogs, Australian Personal Finance Blogs
241⋅ 1.5K ⋅14 posts / year ⋅ Dec 2015 Get Email Contact More
13. Project Palm Tree
The project palm tree is a page for financial generation Independence tips for generation X. It is a blog to help Aussies in their 40s and 50s achieve Financial Independence and Retire Early.
1.9K ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact More
14. Adventures with Poopsie
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Poopsie and I live in Newcastle which is a small city about two hours north of Sydney, Australia. I have only just moved back here after spending a year in Canberra for work. We love Newcastle and intend to retire here. We may need to relocate again for work, but we will always want to return. Welcome to our blog where we chronicle our adventures toward early retirement and a life of travel.
4 posts / year Get Email Contact More
15. FIRE for One
Hi there, and welcome to FIRE for One! As the blog name indicates, I'm interested in how the FIRE journey will pan out for a single person. So far most of the bloggers I've discovered are coupled or have a family, so I thought a single perspective might be interesting for others out there in similar circumstances.
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16. Keeping It Frugal
Hey there, welcome to Keepin' It Frugal. This website is dedicated to people who know there is more to life than working in order to feed materialistic addictions. It's for those who want to learn about how to set financial goals and put in place meaningful plans for their future. And it's also for those who want to take care of themselves, and learn how to be more present - for life, for ourselves, and for others.
173 ⋅4 posts / year Get Email Contact More
17. Frank On Fire
We are Frank on FIRE and we are here to share our journey toward Financial Independence. In June 2019 I discovered the community and movement that is Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE). A community that changed my traditional views on retirement, and made me realize I didn't have to work until I was 65 years old. This blog details our journey to Financial Independence and Retirement on Our Terms.
186 ⋅4 posts / year Get Email Contact More
18. Aussie Hifire Blog
This is a blog about having enough money to have a high income and be financially independent after retiring early or HIFIRE for short. Basically, I want to get to the point where I have enough money that I no longer have to work and have enough passive income to support myself and my family.
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19. Family On Fire
We are Cam and Trish, parents to three kids. Our family is on the road to F.I.R.E and it is one very exciting ride. We can't WAIT to share it with you and maybe even help and inspire you and your family to achieve financial independence too.
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Australian FIRE Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Dividends Down Under||dividendsdownunder.com||34|
|The Fi Explorer||thefiexplorer.com||32|
|Sarah & Laura||keepinitfrugal.com||10|
|Family On Fire||familyonfire.com.au/home||9|
|Project Palm Tree||projectpalmtree.com||8|
Australian FIRE Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Dividends Down Under||10|
|Australian Finance Blog||8|
|Australian Financial Independence||8|
|Australian Personal Finance Blog||8|
|Alternative FIRE Strategies||7|
|Dividend Growth Investor Australia||5|
|Monthly Income & Expenses||5|
|Australian Money Saving Blog||5|
|Saving For The Future||5|
|Monthly Dividend Update||5|
|Dividend Growth Investing Australia||5|
|Australian Investment Blog||5|
|Australian Money Blog||5|
|Topic||Past Month Count|