Fun Facts About The 4WD 24/7 Presenter
Published: March 3, 2023
Last updated: January 6, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Graham Cahill for 2024.
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Graham Cahill Facts
💡Full Name and Age
Graham Cahill (age 52)
🤑 Net Worth
YouTubers are typically wealthier than they admit, often downplaying their net worth to appear more relatable.
Here in 2024, my best estimate is that Graham Cahill has a net worth of $1,200,000 Australian dollars.
This is based on the value of his home and 4×4. So yeah, he’s slightly above the wealth of the average person out there and he’s living the dream! He’s been working for 30+ years now so you can imagine that he’s put away some cash!
🤩 Income Streams
Brand sponsorship deals
🦾 Car Collection
At this time, Graham Cahill has an Isuzu D-MAX due to a long-going sponsorship deal. He typically says good things about the car…and I wonder why. 😉
Perth, WA, but he travels often.
An incredible adventurer.
❌ Notable Complaints
He came under scrutiny because of a DMCA take down notice on the Aussie Arvos channel.
🚀 The X-Factor
A guy who loves adventure and is relatable to John Rooth.
📈 Creator Trends
Graham’s popularity continues to increase.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
He doesn’t appear to be married or have children at this time, as this would impede on his freedom!
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
Graham’s done a ton to promote Australia’s outback to the offroading community..
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How much does Graham Cahill make and how?
Graham Cahill’s job is a full-time creator for the 4WD 24/7 YouTube channel which makes him around $9,000 per month. At least, that’s what I estimate.
Both Graham and Shauno don’t do anything outside of this, with the channel funded through lucrative sponsorship deals due to his highly engaged audience.
Graham Cahill’s audience really praises him for:
➜ Being extremely knowledgeable
➜ Providing a ton of helpful advice (Although Ronny Dahl does better here)
➜ Getting along with so many people
➜ Being super ambitious in life
And of course, he’s always thinking it’s 5 o’clock somewhere 😃
Creator Red Flags
Despite his fame, Graham Cahill isn’t without some controversy over the years, but it’s not much worth mentioning. I do find him overly positive about the Isuzu D-Max and its capabilities off-road (he is sponsored by them) but funnily enough, I actually bought one myself.
Other Australian 4×4 Influencers
I’ve written many articles about other offroading influencers here in Australia:
➜ The Explore Life (How epic are their videos? Their editor is mint!)
➜ John Rooth (The original influencer, before it became popular)
➜ Red Dirt Diary (Bridget)
➜ Shaun Whale (His good mate Shauno from 4WD 24/7)
➜ Patriot Campers (Justin’s work ethic is incredible)
➜ Ronny Dahl (I’ve learned a ton from his channel!)
➜ Molly Dixon (Every dude’s favourite right now)
👆 Definitely check those out today! 😃
I’m so inspired by his success on YouTube. Graham encapsulates the freedom that many of us are chasing, and a few of us have achieved. 😉
From watching so many videos, there are key lessons that can propel our lives forward, both on a business and personal level.
My key takeaways include:
➜ Australia has so much to offer
➜ Stay humble and committed to the journey
➜ You CAN earn your freedom online
➜ Open your mind to new opportunities
And work with a mentor to help you make a solid start 🔥