Countdown of the top 10 Most Googled Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders

Which Indigenous people are ranking as the top ten Aboriginal stars in Google.

School students completing homework and searching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Journalists, sporting aficionados and many more have influenced how these stars are ranked by Google.

Téa and Belle did some investigative work on who where the top ten most googled Indigenous People

10. Lance Franklin

Lance “Buddy” Franklin has dominated the AFL for over a decade. Currently playing for the Sydney Swans, Buddy is currently the tenth-highest goal kicker in the AFL history. Although AFL has a number of Indigenous players, Buddy stood out from the group because of his dominating skills and exceptional talents. If you would like to read more about Lance, Click Here

Lance "Buddy" Franklin

9. Cathy Freeman

Olympic Gold Medalist and Australian former sprinter Cathy Freeman

Olympic Gold Medalist and Australian former sprinter Cathy Freeman is also on the list of trending Indigenous personalities of Google Trends. She has since retired from athletics in 2003, but she never stopped making waves after her successful athletic career. In 2007, she found the Cathy Freeman Foundation which works with remote Indigenous groups. Her advocacy: to close the gap in education between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous children has gone from strength to strength. If you would like to read more on Kathy, Click Here

8. Casey Donovan

Strong and Proud Aboriginal Women Casey Donovan

Winner of the second season of Australian Idol and the series “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here”, these achievements should be enough to land her as one of the trending Indigenous personalities of 2017. However, Casey has also managed to lend a hand, and her name, to different charitable and nonprofit organizations.

She is also an Ambassador APRA/AMCOS and an Advocate for the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.

Casey’s role in the Indigenous community has earned her every right to be in the list of most trending Indigenous names of 2017.

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7. Isaiah Firebrace

Young and Proud Aboriginal Man Isaiah Fiberace

The X Factor Australia Season Eight winner, Isaiah Firebrace.

Isaiah is a Inspirational Aboriginal Australian, born from a Yorta Yorta father and Gunditjmara mother.

Isaiah also represented the country at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. At an early age, there are still more achievements waiting for this young lad.

This must also be the reason why his is a trending name in 2017.

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6. Johnathan Thurston

Proud and Strong Aboriginal man Johnathan Thurston

Another famous athlete has joined the ranks of famous Indigenous names of 2017.

Australian professional Rugby footballer, Johnathan Thurston, has been named countless times as one of the best Rugby League players of all time.

One of Thurston’s memorable contributions to Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islanders is the League of Their Own calendars that help raise money for the Koori Kids Foundation.

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5. Jessica Mauboy

Inspirational & Beautiful Tidda Queen, Indigenous women, Jessica Mauboy

Australian R&B and Pop Singer Jessica Mauboy is the next on the list of Trending Indigenous Names in 2017.

Her mother is an Indigenous Australian from the Kuku Yulanji people.

Jessica’s positivity and advocacy for Indigenous people is why she has is considered a role model to young girls, both indigenous and non-indigenous alike.

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4. Renold Quinlan

Strong and Proud Aboriginal Man Renold Quinlan

Another famous Indigenous name of 2017 is from the field of boxing, Renold Vatubua Quinlan.

An Indigenous

Australian-Fijian pro-boxer, Renold held the IBO super-middleweight title from 2016 to 2017.

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3. Xavier Rudd