Australia

Performers who have represented Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Australia first participated in 2015 and made its most recent appearance in 2024. It has not yet won the Contest.

See national final entries for Australia.

Conductor Writers with more than one song for Australia

Up to and including 2024.

NameSongs
Anthony Egizii3
David Musumeci3

Spokesperson Spokespeople with multiple appearances for Australia

Up to and including 2024.

NameAppearances
Lee Lin Chin3

Jury member Repeat jury members for Australia

Up to and including 2024.

NameJuries
Richard Wilkins2
Millie Millgate2
Ash London2

Appearances by year for Australia

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
2024  List of performers is complete One Milkali (One Blood)
Writer Michael Ross, Zaachariaha Fielding
Spokesperson  Danny Estrin
2023  List of performers is complete Promise
Writer Alex Canion, Ash Doodkorte, Danny Estrin, Scott Kay, Simone Dow
Spokesperson  Catherine Martin
2022  List of performers is complete Not The Same
Writer Cam Nacson, Sheldon Riley
Spokesperson  Courtney Act
2021Technicolour
Writer Dave Hammer, Montaigne
Spokesperson  Joel Creasey
2020Don't Break Me
Writer Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Montaigne
2019  List of performers is complete Zero Gravity
Writer Kate Miller-Heidke, Keir Nuttall
Spokesperson  Michael Ross
Spokesperson  Zaachariaha Fielding
2018We Got Love
Writer Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Jessica Mauboy
Spokesperson  Ricardo Gonçalves
2017Don't Come Easy
Writer Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci, Michael Angelo
Spokesperson  Lee Lin Chin
2016Sound Of Silence
Writer Anthony Egizii, David Musumeci
Spokesperson  Lee Lin Chin
2015Tonight Again
Writer David Ryan Harris, Guy Sebastian, Louis Schoorl
Spokesperson  Lee Lin Chin
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