Red Dirt Diary: Net Worth, Bridget’s Partner and Court Case (2024)

Fun Facts About Bridget and Brianna

Published: March 3, 2023

Last updated: January 6, 2024

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Bridget Crosato and Brianna Voto of Red Dirt Diary for 2024.

I truly admire the success of Australian YouTube creators who are exploring this great country!

The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure careers. I hope to inspire you to create your own success online, starting today.

Red Dirt Diary Facts

πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

Bridget Crosato (age 27)

Brianna Voto (age 28)

Bridget had her own channel previously called B Yourself.

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

YouTubers are typically wealthier than they admit, often downplaying their net worth to appear more relatable.

However, these two aren’t that rich…

As of 2024, I estimate that Bridget Crosato and Brianna Voto of Red Dirt Diary have a net worth of $375,000 Australian dollars.

This is based on the value of their 4wd and online business. Neither owns a home or investment properties at this time, but they enjoy a ton of freedom in their lives.

🀩 Income Streams

YouTube ads

πŸ‘ Collabs

At this time, they have featured the following creators on their 4×4 channel:

➜ The Explore Life

➜ Built Not Bought

➜ No Wasted Weekends

➜ Sam Young 4×4

They haven’t yet crossed paths with more commercialized crews like All 4 Adventure.

🌍 Location

Bridget and Brianna live in QLD when they aren’t exploring Australia.

✌️Common Praise

A seriously powerful couple that gives the boys a run for their money!

❌ Notable Complaints

There’s apparently a court case happening?

πŸš€ The X-Factor

They take their channel seriously, focusing on quality over quantity with just 1 video per month now.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

Their channel will reach 100,000 subscribers in no time!

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

Neither Bridget Crosato and Brianna Voto have boyfriends, nor are they dating each other. Sorry gents – your fantasy is just that: a fantasy. πŸ˜„

These women do have plenty of DMs in their Instagram of suitable bachelors. They would prefer to date guys who are also into the off-roading lifestyle.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

This duo are seriously empowering and Tourism Australia should be sponsoring their content!

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How much does Red Dirt Diary make and how?

I estimate that Brianna and Bridget from Red Dirt Diary probably makes $7,000 per month on YouTube. At least, that’s what I estimate. This is achieved mainly through ads that play on the videos. πŸ”₯

More than you thought, hey?

Their audience (mostly men) is highly engaged so the 4×4 and outdoor brands/stores you see advertising pay her quite well. She also has high retention on her videos so people aren’t really clicking away to watch someone else.

Strangely enough, they have limited sponsorship deals and haven’t used affiliate links. Bridget and Brianna are leaving a ton of money on the table, but I understand that they don’t want their channel to feel too commercialized.

Creator Praise

Their loyal audience really loves the content because:

➜ They are engaging and brutally honest about their experiences

➜ It’s more fun and authentic, rather than plastic and makeup

➜ Together, they are able to outwork and outwit most people on the track

➜ They have several epic 4×4 builds which shows what’s truly possible

And most importantly – they have encapsulated fun, freedom and fulfillment with their engaging channel that we’re all craving!

Creator Red Flags

Red Dirt Diary hasn’t experienced any real controversy. There is a court case involving Bridget but I haven’t found any details just yet. If you do have any gossip, then please let me know! πŸ™‚

Other Australian 4×4 Influencers

In addition to Bridget, I’ve written many articles featuring other offroading influencers here in Australia:

➜ All 4 Adventure

➜ Trip In A Van

➜ The Explore Life (How epic are their videos? Their editor is mint!)

➜ John Rooth (The original influencer, before it became popular)

➜ Sarah and Keelan Travels

➜ Tyler Thompson

➜ The Feel Good Family

➜ Shaun Whale (4WD 24/7)

➜ Graham Cahill (4WD 24/7)

➜ Danie Simpson (Solo female tourer, kinda similar to Bridget)

➜ 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 and most similar to Bridget)

➜ Built Not Bought

➜ Sam Young 4×4 (Sam is one of Bridget’s mates)

➜ The Cartwrights

πŸ‘† Definitely check those out today! πŸ˜ƒ

My Verdict

I’m so inspired by their success on YouTube which has seen their channel grow from 0 to 50,000 subscribers in less than a year. Impressive!

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:

➜ Hard work gets rewarded eventually

➜ You DON’T need a $200,000 Landcruiser (yes I’m exaggerating, but still…)

➜ Open your mind to new and exciting opportunities

➜ Freedom is available online for all of us

And the journey begins with an epic mentor to help you along the way! πŸ˜ƒ

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