There have currently been 38 songs by Australian artists to have topped the UK Singles Chart. Currently the most successful Australian artists on the charts are Kylie Minogue with seven chart toppers, followed by The Bee Gees with five, then Jason Donovan and Frank Ifield with four each.
The following artists achieved two or more number one hits on the UK singles chart.
|Artist||Number one hits|
|Olivia Newton John||3|
Most combined weeks at number one on the UK singles charts
The following artists achieved three or more weeks at number one in the UK singles chart.
|Rank||Artist||Weeks at # 1|
|1||Olivia Newton John||18|
|8=||Men At Work||3|
- ^ The Bee Gees were born on the Isle of Man, a Crown dependency that is not part of the United Kingdom, and moved to the UK in their early childhood. In 1958, when oldest brother Barry was 12 and twins Robin and Maurice were 9, they moved to Australia and resided there for about ten years before moving back to the UK. This makes the Bee Gees Australian, English and Manx.
- ^ Olivia Newton-John was born in the United Kingdom and moved to Australia at the age of five. This makes her Australian and British. John Travolta is American and ELO are British.
- ^ Peter Andre was born in the United Kingdom and moved to Australia at a young age before moving back to the UK after success in the British charts. He is now a British citizen and is of Greek heritage but has also stated he regards himself as British and Australian.
- ^ Robbie Williams is British and Nicole Kidman is Australian.
- ^ David Guetta is French and Sia is Australian.
- ^ Gotye is Belgian/Australian and Kimbra is from New Zealand.
- List of number-one singles (UK)
- List of singles by European artists that reached number one on the UK Singles Chart
- Official UK Singles Top 100 at the Official Charts Company
- The Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart at BBC Radio 1
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