10 female Indigenous influencers you need to follow on Instagram

10 female Indigenous influencers you need to follow on Instagram

From fashion mavens to cultural advocates, these Indigenous Australian female influencers are reshaping narratives and amplifying Indigenous voices across your feed, one post at a time. Scroll, follow, and be inspired!

Michelle Jackson
About: A proud Ngambaa woman, Michelle is an art editor and naturalist. As the creative director of La Terre Press, she's known for blending high fashion editorial roots with a Gamilaraay heart.

Why Follow: For pin-worthy graphics, high fashion vibes, astrology motifs, and dreamy landscapes.

 Image: @shelljax

Allira Potter (@allira.potter)
About: A Yorta Yorta woman, Allira is an author, energy healer, and spiritual coach . She's on a mission to decolonize the wellness space.

Why Follow: For manifesting tips, self-love advice, and witchy vibes.

Image: @allira.potter

Tara June Winch (@tara_june_winch)
About: A Wiradjuri woman based in France, Tara is an award-winning author who uses her platform to educate and inspire.

Why Follow:
For book lovers with a passion for self-growth and education.

Image: @tara_june_winch
Sianna Catullo (@siannacatullo)
About: A Narungga woman, Sianna is the Head of Marketing at Clothing The Gaps. She's passionate about amplifying Aboriginal voices.

Why Follow: For cool streetwear and insightful discussions.

Image: @siannacatullo

Bianca Hunt (_@
About: CEO and Founder of Australia's first Indigenous talent agency, Bianca is a trailblazing commentator. Bianca was a host for 2019's National NAIDOC Awards, and you may also recognise her from I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here

Why Follow: For insights into the world of Indigenous talent and artistry.

 Image: @_biancahunt_
Samantha Harris
About: Sam is one of Australia's most celebrated Indigenous models, with two decades of work under her belt. Last year, Samantha was included in Forbes Australia's list of new wave entrepreneurs.

Why Follow: 
For a blend of personal moments, cultural insights, and her take on body image standards in the fashion world.
Image: @Sam_Harris

Alicia Johnson (@8983aj)
About: Model, mum, and PhD canidate, Alicia's feed offer a blend of humor, emotion, and insights into being a Blak woman in Australia.

Why Follow: For a mix of laughter, tears, and education.

Image: @8983aj

Marlena Law (@marlena_law)
About: Marlena Law is a WakkaWakka, WuliWuli, GorangGorang, and Mamu model and actress. Marlena offers a window into the vibrant world of Indigenous Australian culture and her journey within it.

Why Follow: High-fashion imagery, cultural insights, and the day-to-day life of a modern Indigenous woman making waves in the fashion industry.

 Image: @marlena_law

Sari-Ella Thaiday (@sarithaiday)
About: Sari-Ella is a  dynamic Indigenous beauty influencer with a strong TikTok presence. Hailing from the Darnley, Saibai, and Yidinji people, she's a passionate advocate for Indigenous representation in the beauty space.

Why Follow
To experience her vibrant and bold makeup looks that truly reflect her personality and heritage. For a deep dive into her journey of self-acceptance and breaking free from societal beauty standards.

Image: @sarithaiday

Cindy Rostron (@cindyrostron7)
About: A rising star from the Maningrida Community in the Northern Territory, Cindy is revolutionising the Australian fashion scene. At just 17, she's graced the cover of Vogue Australia and is set to make waves at the Australian Fashion Week.|

Why follow:
For a blend of traditional Indigenous culture and high-fashion imagery. To be inspired by her advocacy for Indigenous representation in the fashion world.
Image: @cindyrostron7