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Movie Finder: Watch movies online in Australia

Looking for a good movie to sink your teeth into? Streaming services are readily accessible, but which has the healthier movie selection?

It's so easy to watch movies online, with thousands available at the click of a button. We've listed every movie available across major streaming services such as Netflix, Stan, Foxtel Now, Disney Plus, Prime Video, Paramount Plus and BINGE and tracked down which services have got 'em and which don't.

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We tallied up movies you can watch online for Netflix, Prime Video, Foxtel Now, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, BINGE and Stan and found that as of 7 November 2023, Prime Video leads the way with 9,570 films. Netflix Australia has 4,371, Disney Plus has 2,036 and Stan had 2,354 movies. Foxtel Now has 1,723, BINGE has 1,354 and Paramount Plus only has 657. Well we say only, but that's still a lot of movies to watch online. You can see how they stack up against each other below.


Not subscribed to the service the movie you want is on?

If you've found a movie you want to watch online, but you're not a subscriber to that streaming service, we can help you out. Here are some options to sign up to some of the services below:

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Sign up to Disney+ to stream thousands of movies and shows

Watch new and classic TV and movies from Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Marvel, National Geographic, 21st Century Fox, Hulu, ESPN and more from 1 streaming service.
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30 DAYS FREE: Sign up to Amazon Prime Video's free trial today

Prime Video's free 30-day trial will give you instant access to thousands of premium TV shows and movies. T&Cs apply.
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Check out BINGE with a 7-day free trial

Stream movies and full series from HBO, Warner Bros., FX, BBC, NBC, CBS, Paramount and more.
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10-day free trial of Foxtel Now

No installation and no lock-in contract. New customers only. Sign up now.

Compare Australian streaming providers

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Name Product Free trial period Max video quality Simultaneous streams Monthly price
BINGE Standard
BINGE Standard
7 days
4K
2
$18
Stan Standard
Stan Standard
30 days
HD
3
$16
BritBox
BritBox
7 days
4K
4
$9.99
Paramount+ Standard
Paramount+ Standard
7 days
HD
2
$9.99
Disney+
Disney+
N/A
4K
4
$13.99
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video
30 days
4K
3
$9.99
Foxtel Now - Essentials
Foxtel Now - Essentials
10 days
HD
2
$25
Apple TV+
Apple TV+
7 days
4K
3
$12.99
Crunchyroll Fan
Crunchyroll Fan
14 days
HD
1
$10.99
Kayo Sports Basic
Kayo Sports Basic
7 days
4K
2
$35
DAZN
DAZN
N/A
HD
1
$13.99
Foxtel Entertainment Pack
Foxtel Entertainment Pack
N/A
SD
2
$26
Binge Basic with Ads
Binge Basic with Ads
7 days
HD
1
$10
Netflix Standard with ads
Netflix Standard with ads
N/A
HD
2
$6.99
Netflix Standard
Netflix Standard
N/A
HD
2
$16.99
Netflix Premium
Netflix Premium
N/A
4K
4
$22.99
Stan Basic
Stan Basic
30 days
SD
1
$10
hayu
hayu
7 days
HD
1
$6.99
Binge Premium
Binge Premium
7 days
4K
4
$22
Stan Premium
Stan Premium
30 days
4K
4
$21
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    KatSeptember 8, 2020

    I have been using this site for months to search for where things (tv and movies) are being streamed. I used it around 4th Sept without issue but I came on today (8th Sept) and cannot seem to locate the search function. Has this been removed for some reason?

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      Aaron McAllisterSeptember 8, 2020

      Hi Kat,

      Unfortunately, we suffered a technical issue earlier. However, the good news is that it’s working again now. Please let me know if you have any issues with the search function or finding a show that you’re looking for.

      Cheers,
      Aaron

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    williamMarch 15, 2019

    would like to know the name of a movie about a joint aust/us intel base , first name of movie is reo

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      Brodie FoggMarch 15, 2019

      Hi William,

      I can’t find any such movie with “Reo” in the title. However, there is a recent ABC/Netflix TV series called “Pine Gap” about a secret American/Australian intelligence facility. Could that be what you’re looking for? It was available on ABC iview at release but it has since been removed.

      It’s currently available on Apple iTunes but will likely make its way to Netflix eventually.

      Hope that helps!

      Brodie

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    WarrenSeptember 29, 2017

    We were connected to Netflix through our Optus Fetch box. Unfortunately, the Fetch box has problems and will be replaced by Optus in a few days. In testing for problems, the box was rebooted, and we were disconnected from our Netflix account. We were not able to notify Netflix that we were clearing our Fetch box.

    Is our Netflix account still active, even though we are advised to rejoin? Will we need to rejoin Netflix? Does Netflix know that we are disconnected? If we rejoin, will we be charged double for Netflix, as it may appear to them that we have 2 accounts? Can you help me?

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      ArnoldSeptember 30, 2017

      Hi Warren,

      Thanks for your inquiry

      Yes, your Netflix account is still active. You don’t have to rejoin Netflix and pay the fees again. After the new box arrives, you may just log in using your old Netflix account details and enjoy your subscription. No need to notify Netflix about this, but if you want clarification you may contact them directly.

      Hope this information helps

      Cheers,
      Arnold

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    JanSeptember 17, 2017

    We are travelling full time around Oz, have a laptop, TV and mobile WiFi, what else do we need if we want to sign up to Netflix or similar?

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      GruSeptember 18, 2017

      Hello Jan,

      Thank you for reaching out to Finder.

      It appears that you are all set for internet TV. Our list of internet TV services may be useful to guide you in making a decision on signing up with Netflix or similar providers.

      Cheers,
      Gru

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    albertJune 26, 2016

    i like older movies even black and white is ok which service is best for me

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      joAugust 3, 2016

      @Albert – not sure if they’re still around but QuickFlix used to have a lot of older content…

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      Brodie FoggJune 27, 2016

      Hi Albert,

      Netflix, Presto and Stan all have a selection of classic movies. Though, you might have more luck finding what you’re looking for on iTunes.

      Cheers,
      Brodie

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