Company Australians have turned to Twitter to stay connected during the pandemic

Since the onset of the pandemic, Australians have turned to Twitter to find out what’s happening. As of March 2020, there have been over 22 million COVID-19 related Tweets.

Events An Aussie Perspective: Behind the Tweets at #Tokyo2020

After 17 action-packed days, sports fans are left with incredible memories from Tokyo2020. These rankings are based on all Tweets sent from Australia.

Company Australian Census search prompt to support Census conversations

The #2021Census is a vital event. Twitter is working with @ABSStats to support the Census conversation by launching a search prompt pointing people to authoritative source of information.

Company Introducing Twitter Blue - Twitter’s first-ever subscription offering

We’ve heard from the people that use Twitter a lot, and we mean a lot, that we don’t always build power features that meet their needs.

Events How Mardi Gras 2021 came to life on Twitter

COVID-19 has changed how we celebrate cultural events around the globe, and the iconic Sydney Mardi Gras Parade was no exception.

Company Twitter launches a search prompt with the Australian Red Cross

We’re working with @RedCrossAU to help people stay informed during emergencies.

Company Helping you find reliable public health information on Twitter

A key part of our mission to serve the public conversation is ensuring people in Australia can find information from authoritative health sources on the service.

Company Spending 2020 Together on Twitter

ThisHappened on Twitter: In Australia, the most Retweeted and most Liked Tweet of the year was the same Tweet. Australia joined the world in mourning the tragic loss of a superhero, Black Panther act

Company Twitter partners with ALNF to amplify Australia’s Indigenous voices

Read more about our partnership with the ALNF to mark the thirteenth anniversary of #UNDRIP and raise awareness around the preservation of Indigenous languages.

Company The impact of cultural relevance for brands

A research study between MAGNA and Twitter, “The Impact of Culture,” shows just how much influential consumers in Australia want brands and culture to mix.

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