The most “searched” in Australia for 2023
15% of all Google searches have never been searched before.
See below the most popular searches on Google Australia in 2023
- Optus Outage
- War in Israel & Gaza
- Referendum Results
- Andrew Tate
- Earthquake Melbourne
- Sam Kerr
- Mary Fowler
- Michael Clarke
- Reece Walsh
- Dan Andrews
- Cricket World Cup
- The Ashes
- Womens World Cup
- Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury
- Everything Everywhere all at once
- John Wick 4
- Avatar: The Way the Water
New Global Search Trends for 2023
It would seem tik tok is the catalyst on most occasions.
The last 25 years of Search – Some things change, some things don’t
SpongeBob meme was the top trending search SpongeBob search over the last 19 years – so it’s no surprise SpongeBob was the most searched children’s show globally for the last four years. Long live Bikini Bottom
Since the anime’s release in 2002, Naruto and its sequel Shippuden has continued to be a mainstay over the past two decades
An overnight sensation, Wordle topped trending charts globally almost instantly after its release in 2022
Top female athletes won big on Search, dominating gold, silver, and bronze in the early 2000s including Anna Kournikova, Trish Stratus, and Stephanie McMahon.
The top spot just wasn’t in the cards for Poker any longer. In 2015, Solitaire settled into most searched, and it hasn’t changed since.
2002 was the year the Hovawart dog breed broke through Search
Tomato sauce was the most searched sauce for the last 19 years