Anson Cameron Anson Cameron is a Melbourne-based Australian author, born in Shepparton in 1961.
Anthony Scott Veitch Anthony Scott Veitch was an Australian writer of radio, films, novels and TV. He worked for a number of years in British film and TV. His feature credits include The Kangaroo Kid and Coast...
Arthur Groom (writer) Arthur Groom (11 December 1904 – 14 November 1953) was an Australian writer, conservationist, journalist and photographer, the son of Arthur Champion Groom.
Arthur Wright (writer) Arthur Wright (1870 – 19 December 1932) was an Australian writer best known for his novels set against a background of the sporting world, particularly horseracing, which meant he was often comp...
Austin Stevens Austin Stevens (born 19 May 1950) is a South African-born herpetologist, wildlife photographer, film maker and author best known for hosting a series of snake documentaries, best known of which ...
David Godwin Burchell David Godwin Burchell BEM (23 September 1924 – 20 September 2009) was a South Australian business man, a recreational scuba diver and a football administrator.
David Hicks David Matthew Hicks (born 7 August 1975) is an Australian who was convicted by the United States Guantanamo military commission under the Military Commissions Act of 2006, on charges of prov...
Fiona Horne Fiona Horne (born 1966 in Sydney) is an Australian singer, rock musician, radio and television personality, actress and author.
Frank Fowler (writer) Francis Edmund Town Fowler (1833 – 22 August 1863) was a British-born author and journalist who later played a significant role in the early development of Australia's literary culture.
Gary McKay Gary John McKay MC (born 1947) is a writer and former Australian Army officer.
Genevieve Clay Genevieve Clay is an Australian born writer and film director.
George Darrell George Darrell (1851–1921) was an Australian playwright best known for The Sunny South (1883).
George Landen Dann George Landen Dann (1 January 1904 – 6 June 1977) was an Australian playwright, writer, and draftsman.
George William Francis George William Francis (1800–1865) was an English botanical and general science writer.
Georgia Rickard Georgia Rickard is an Australian-born journalist, magazine editor, author and media commentator.
Gerard Lee Gerard Lee (born 1951 in Melbourne) is an Australian novelist, screenwriter and director.
Germaine Greer Germaine Greer (born 29 January 1939) is an Australian academic and journalist, and was a major feminist voice of the mid-20th century.
Glenda Adams Glenda Emilie Adams (née Felton) (30 December 1939 – 11 July 2007) was an Australian novelist and short story writer, probably best known as the winner of the 1987 Miles Franklin Award...
Goldie Goldbloom Goldie Goldbloom (born October 3, 1964) is an Australian novelist and short story writer.
Grace Gawler Grace Gawler (born 1953) is the founder and director of the Grace Gawler Institute for Integrated Cancer Solutions in Queensland, Australia where she provides advice and counsel to assist cancer...
Graeme Brosnan Graeme Leslie Brosnan is an Australian company director, investigator and writer.
Gregory David Roberts Gregory David Roberts (born June 1952) (born Gregory John Peter Smith) is an Australian author best known for his novel Shantaram.
Henry Melville Henry Melville (1799-1873) was an Australian author and journalist best remembered for writing the play The Bushrangers.
Holly Hill (author) Holly Hill is the Australian bestselling author of Sugarbabe and Toyboy, memoirs originally published by Random House Australia in 2007 and 2008.
Hugh Hastings Hugh Hastings (1917–2004) is an Australian writer best known for his play Seagulls Over Sorrento.
Hugh Stuckey Hugh Stuckey is a comedy and drama writer, with credits writing for television, film, radio and commercials in Australia, England and the USA. He's also a published author, playwright, radio bro...
Janet Gover Janet Gover is an Australian writer of over a dozen short stories and romance novels since 2002.
Janet Shaw Janet Lucy Shaw was an Australian visually impaired tandem cyclist and author.
Jason Gann Jason Gann is an Australian actor, writer, and executive producer.
Jean Devanny Jane (Jean) Devanny (7 January 1894 – 8 March 1962) was an Australian writer and communist.
Jessica Watson Jessica Watson, OAM (born 18 May 1993) is an Australian sailor.
Jim Jefferies (comedian) Geoff James Nugent (born 14 February 1977), known professionally as Jim Jefferies (and previously Jim Jeffries), is an Australian stand-up comedian, actor and writer.
Jo Anderton Jo Anderton is a writer of fantasy, horror, and other types of speculative fiction.
Jo Case Jo Case is a writer and editor based in Melbourne, Australia.
Jocelynne Scutt Jocelynne Annette Scutt (born 8 June 1947) is an Australian feminist lawyer, writer and commentator.
John A. Long John Albert Long (born 1957) is an Australian paleontologist who is currently Strategic Professor in Palaeontology at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia.
John Béchervaise John Mayston Béchervaise OAM, MBE (11 May 1910 – 13 July 1998) was an Australian writer, photographer, artist, historian and explorer.
John Dickson (author) John Dickson is an Australian writer, historian, minister and Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Ancient History at Macquarie University.
John Earnshaw John William Earnshaw (1900–82) was a self-taught Australian engineer credited with many inventions.
John Hepworth (writer) John Hepworth (4 September 1921 – 24 January 1995) was an Australian author and journalist, best known for his "Outsight" column in Nation Review magazine, which he edited for several years.
John M. Green John Martin Green (born 1953) is an Australian writer and publisher and the former executive director of an investment bank.
John McKellar (writer) John Alan McKellar (13 August 1930 – 6 September 2010) was an Australian writer, primarily of comedy revues or musical theatre.
John P. McLeod John P. McLeod was an Australian writer and broadcaster.
John Rowe (author) John Rowe (born 20 March 1936) is an Australian author who has written numerous war novels about his experiences in the Vietnam War.
Julian Thomas (journalist) Julian Thomas, LL.D. (also known as "The Vagabond"), born John Stanley James, (15 November 1843 – 4 September 1896) was an English-born Australian journalist and author.
Ken Mellor Kenneth Bruce "Ken" Mellor (born 15 September 1942 in Melbourne) is an Australian author, spiritual mentor and master who has published numerous works in professional journals, magazines and online.
Ken Scarlett Kenneth William Scarlett OAM is an Australian writer specialising in Australian sculpture.
Kenneth Kenafick Kenneth Joseph Kenafick (11 April 1904 – 26 January 1982), also known by the pseudonyms James Kennedy and Leo Conon, was an Australian poet, author and anti-conscription campaigner.
Kim McCosker Kim McCosker is an Australian author, responsible for the popular 4 Ingredients series of cookbooks.
Krissy Kneen Krissy Kneen is a Brisbane based bookseller and writer.
Kym Goldsworthy Kym Goldsworthy is an Australian screenwriter and script editor, best known for his work in television.
Larry Buttrose Larry Philip Buttrose (born 16 December 1952) is an Australian writer.
Laurence Collinson Laurence Collinson (1925–86) was a British and Australian playwright, actor, poet, journalist, and secondary school teacher.
Lesley Lewis (writer) Lesley Lewis is an Australian writer, researcher and script editor who has worked extensively in television.
Lilian Darcy Lilian Darcy (b. 14 February in Australia) is popular Australian writer of over 75 medical romance novels since 1981.
Lindsay Armstrong Lindsay Armstrong (b.) is a popular South African-Australian writer of over 65 romance novels.
Louis Esson Thomas Louis Buvelot Esson is an Australian poet, journalist and playwright.
Louise Crane-Bowes Louise Crane-Bowes is an Australian writer who was script producer of the TV series All Saints for a number of years and is currently script producer for Home and Away.
Lucy Christopher Lucy Christopher is a British/Australian author best known for her novel Stolen, which won the Branford Boase award 2010 in the UK, and the 2010 Gold Inky in Australia.
Luke Anthony Luke Anthony is an Australian actor, writer, director and production designer who made his screen debut in Luna and the Moon After graduating from acting school Luke was cast in the television series The Wayne Manifesto a children's comedy/drama for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Lyn Hancock Lyn Hancockis an award-winning Australian-Canadian photojournalist, wildlife photographer, and book author.
Maie Casey, Baroness Casey Ethel Marian Sumner "Maie" Casey, Baroness Casey AC, FRSA (née Ryan; 13 March 1892 – 20 January 1983) was an Australian pioneer aviator, poet, librettist, biographer, memoirist and artist.
Margaret Way Margaret Way (b. 7 August in Brisbane) is an Australian writer, and she is one of Mills & Boon's most prolific authors with more than 110 novels.
Marion Lennox Marion Lennox (born 1953 in Australia) is a popular writer of over 60 medical romance novels.
Mark Latham Mark William Latham (born 28 February 1961), an Australian writer and former politician, was leader of the Federal Parliamentary Australian Labor Party and Leader of the Opposition from December 2003 to January 2005.
Mark Roeder (writer) Mark Lewis Mendick Roeder (born 28 May 1957) is an Australian-British author and cultural commentator.
Mary Fortune (Waif Wander) Mary Helena Fortune (circa 1833 - circa 1910) was an Australian writer, under the pseudonyms Waif Wander and W.W. She was one of the earliest female detective writers in the world.
Matt Granfield Matthew Peter Granfield (born 27 May 1980) is an Australian writer, journalist, marketer and musician.
Max Germaine Max Germaine *1914 Melbourne, Australia – †12 July 2006 Sydney) – was an Australian fine art dealer and writer about art and artists.
Meredith Webber Meredith Webber is the author of over 50 contemporary romance novels.
Michaeley O'Brien Michaeley O'Brien is an Australian television writer, script editor and script producer.
Mike Alder Mike Alder is an Australian mathematician and philosopher who was an assistant professor at the University of Western Australia.
Miranda Lee Miranda Lee (b. Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia) is a popular Australian writer of over 75 romance novels.
Mireille Astore Mireille Astore is an artist and a writer. She left Beirut during the Lebanese civil war in 1975 to live in Melbourne, Australia. She studied the Sciences at the University of Melbourne where she graduated before becoming a full-time artist and writer.
Monte Dwyer Monte Dwyer (born 1958) is an Australian TV personality and author, best known as the weatherman who pioneered the traveling weatherman blueprint for Channel Nine's Today during the 1990s.
Morgana Robinson Morgana Robinson is an Australian comedian, writer and actress, who is probably best known for her eponymous comedy sketch programme The Morgana Show, appearances on The TNT Show and V...
Murray Fahey Murray Fahey is an Australian actor, writer and director.
Naomi Simson Naomi Simson is an Australian businessperson, blogger and entrepreneur.
Niall Lucy Niall Lucy is an Australian writer and scholar best known for his work in deconstruction.
Nicol Stenhouse Nicol Drysdale Stenhouse (27 June 1806 – 18 February 1873) was a Sottish-born lawyer, writer and literary patron in colonial Australia.
Nigel Krauth Nigel Krauth is an Australian novelist and academic.
Norma K. Hemming Norma Kathleen Hemming (b. September 1928 in Ilford, Essex, London, England – d. 4 July 1960 in Melbourne, Australia) was a British-Australian writer of science fiction and romance novels.
Oliver Hogue Oliver Hogue (1880-1919) was an Australian soldier and writer.
P. J. Snow Peter John Snow, Dr. (Born: 25 February 1948) is an Australian neuroscientist and author.
Patti Miller Patti Miller, an Australian writer, was born and grew up near Wellington, New South Wales, Australia.
Paul Glynn Paul Glynn is a Marist missionary priest and writer from Australia.
Paul Wilson (meditation teacher) Paul Wilson is a meditation teacher, columnist, and author of two novels and 19 self-help and spiritually-oriented books, including The Calm Technique, Instant Calm, The Little Book of...
Percy Neville Barnett Percy Neville Barnett (1881–1953) was an Australian collector, connoisseur and authority of Australian Bookplates which are also known as ex-libris.
Pete Evans Peter Daryl "Pete" Evans (born 1973 in Melbourne) is an Australian chef, author and television personality.
Peter Bladen Peter Bladen, (1922–2001) was an Australian poet born at Perth.
Peter Clyne Peter Leopold Clyne (1927 – 10 or 11 October 1987) was an Austrian/Australian lawyer, businessman, tax consultant and author.
Peter Smalley Peter Smalley is an Australian-born author, screenwriter and broadcaster who lives in the United Kingdom, who has written a series of naval thrillers featuring Captain William Rennie.
Phil Burgers Philip Burgers is an American writer and comedy performer, best known for his award-winning character Dr Brown.
Posie Graeme-Evans Posie Graeme-Evans (b. Rosemary Graeme-Evans in Nottingham, England) spent her childhood travelling between Europe, Asia and Australia.
Rachael Kohn Rachael Kohn (born 1953) is an Australian author and broadcaster who since 1992 has presented and produced programs on Religion and Spirituality for ABC Radio National, beginning with Religion R...
Ralph Peterson (writer) Ralph W. Peterson was an Australian writer, actor and producer of film, theatre, radio and TV. He went to London and achieved fame with the success of his play The Square Ring, which was tur...
Ray Mooney Ray Mooney (born 1945, Melbourne) is an Australian playwright and author.
Rob Inglis Robert Inglis (1933) is an actor, writer, journalist, critic and producer who has primarily worked in Australia and England.
Robert Bast Robert Bast (born 1965) is a New Zealand author and researcher living in Australia.
Robert G. Barrett Robert G. Barrett (b. November 14, 1942;– d. 20 September 2012) was a popular Australian author of numerous books, most of them featuring the fictional Australian character Les Norton.
Robert Hagan (artist) Robert Hagan (born 10 May 1947) is an Australian television personality, author, impressionist artist, and producer.
Rudi Krausmann Rudi Krausmann is an Austrian born Australian playwright and poet.
Sam Meikle Sam Meikle (b. 1971) is an Australian writer and director best known for his work in television.
Sandy Webster Sandy Webster is an Australian television writer and script editor.
Sarah Hamilton-Byrne Sarah Hamilton-Byrne (born 8 July 1969) is an Australian writer and doctor who spent her childhood in The Family, a new religious movement run by Anne Hamilton-Byrne, a former yoga teacher.
Sarah Hamilton-Byrne/Moore Sarah Hamilton-Byrne is an Australian writer and doctor who spent her childhood in The Family, a new religious movement run by Anne Hamilton-Byrne, a former yoga teacher.
Sarah Moore (doctor) Sarah Moore, formerly known as Sarah Hamilton-Byrne (born 8 July 1969), is an Australian writer and doctor who spent her childhood in The Family, a new religious movement run by Anne Hamil...
Scot Gardner Scot Gardner is an Australian writer known for his young adult novels.
Scott Rankin Scott Rankin (*1959 in Sydney) is an Australian theatre director, writer and co-founder and creative director of the arts and social change company Big hART.
Shannon Lush Shannon Lush is an Australian best-selling author who specializes in titles that simplify (or 'demystify') tasks such as cleaning and household management.
Shaun Wilson-Miller Shaun Wilson-Miller was born with a Congenital heart defect and died on Saturday 26 May 2012 at the age of 17 years old.
Shilo McClean Shilo McClean is a writer, researcher, public speaker, consultant.
Stephanie Laurens Stephanie Laurens (b. Ceylon, now Sri Lanka) is a best-selling Australian author of romance novels.
Sulari Gentill Sulari Gentill is an Australian author, also known under the pen name of S.D. Gentill.
The Scott Morrow Adventure Trilogy Christopher 11:36, 6 October 2012The Scott Morrow Adventure Trilogy is a young adult trilogy of adventure novels by Australian author Christopher J. Holcroft.
Thomas George Tucker Thomas George Tucker (29 March 1859 – 24 January 1946) was an Anglo-Australian academic, classicist, professor at the University of Melbourne and author.
Thomas Welsby Thomas Welsby (29 November 18583 February 1941) was a Queensland businessman, author, politician, and sportsman.
Tracy Bartram Tracy Bartram (born 17 June, London, UK) is an Australian comedian, radio personality and singer.
Trent Hayes Trent Hayes (born in Sydney) is a best-selling author and project manager whose first published book, Stainless, (co-written with Shannon Lush) was released in 2010.
Ursula Dubosarsky Ursula Dubosarsky (born Ursula Coleman, Sydney, 1961) is an Australian writer of fiction and non-fiction for children and young adults, whose work is characterised by a child's vision and voice ...
Valerie Parv Valerie Parv is a popular Australian writer of over 53 romance novels.
Veronica Brady Veronica Brady, I.B.V.M. (born Melbourne, 5 January 1929), is an Australian Religious Sister who is a noted writer and academic.
Vivienne Rae-Ellis Vivienne Rae-Ellis, FRGS (born 1930) is an Australian writer, who has also written under the pseudonym Antonia Bell.
Vivienne Wallington Vivienne Wallington is an Australian author of romance novels under her own name as well as the pen name Elizabeth Duke.
Wallace Nelson Wallace Alexander Nelson (29 April 1856 – 5 May 1943) was a short term Western Australian politician.
Wendy Ey Wendy Ey (1938–1997), was a South Australian athlete, administrator, academic, author and feminist.
Wilga Rivers Wilga Rivers (13 April 1919 – 23 June 2007) was an Australian academic and writer.
William Amiet William Albert Amiet (3 June 1890 – 13 April 1959) was an Australian writer and barrister.
William Hatfield William Hatfield (1892–1969) was the pen name of Ernest Chapman, an English-born writer best known for his work in Australia.
William Horn William Austin Horn (1841–1922) was an Australian mining magnate, pastoralist, politician, author, sculptor and philanthropist.
William Jardine Smith William Jardine Smith (1834 – 13 January 1884), also known as Jardine Smith, was an Australian writer and editor.
William John Yuill William John Yuill (10 October 1885 – 5 October 1960) was an Australian agricultural writer, dairy industry leader and public servant.
William Senior (journalist) William Senior (June 1837 – October 1920) was an Anglo-Australian journalist, angler, Chief Hansard Short Hand Writer, co-founder of Brisbane's famed Johnsonian Club, editor and writer o...
Xavier Waterkeyn Xavier Waterkeyn is an Australian non-fiction and fiction writer and literary agent.
Yang Hi Choe-Wall Yang Hi Choe-Wall is a Korean–Australian academic, writer and researcher specialising in Korean literature of Chosŏn period. She was Fellow / Associate Professor in the Division of Pacific and Asian History, the Australian National University.
Zane Owen Yates Zane Owen Yates (born April 6, 1963) is an Australian author.