The Cartwrights AUS: Net Worth, Ages and Income (2024)

Fun Facts About This Aussie Offroad Creator Family

Published: December 5, 2023

Last updated: February 4, 2024

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of The Cartwrights from Australia for 2024. They are absolutely living the dream!

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

The Cartwrights Australia Facts


πŸ’‘Names and Ages

Jackson Cartwright (age 30)

Kyle Cartwright (age 30)

Eavie Cartwright (age 13)

Ellis and Wilder Cartwright (both aged 4)

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

Most people doing the big lap are already wealthy, with this being my closest estimate…

As of 2024, The Cartwrights from YouTube have an estimated net worth of $970,000 Australian dollars.

This is based on the approximate value of their Isuzu NPS 4×4 truck ($250,000 with all its mods and accessories), their Masterpiece optimum CRZR edition caravan ($170,000), plus their personal home. They also have a profitable YouTube channel.

So they’re almost millionaires in their 30’s…even with 3 kids! It just shows what’s possible with a bit of hard work. Well, a lot of hard work actually!

🀩 Income Streams

YouTube ads

🌍 Location

Doin’ the big lap!

✌️Common Praise

High quality content that’s exciting, captivating and educational.

❌ Notable Complaints

None

πŸš€ The X-Factor

They were able to convince their daughter (Eavie) to leave her friends behind for this trip of a lifetime!

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

As far as 4×4 channels on YouTube, they are absolutely crushing it! They’re gaining so much traction.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

I haven’t found any gossip or skeletons in their closet.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

I’ve watched a ton of families doing the big lap and The Cartwright’s are definitely up there with their epic truck and fun times.

About Me

I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.

Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.

How did The Cartwrights on YouTube get so rich?

It’s not uncommon for young families in Australia to become so wealthy, especially with the property boom over the past 15 years. At the end of the day, it was hard work and commitment that allowed them to buy their truck and caravan, and leave the 9 to 5 behind.

How much does The Cartwrights make and how?

Well…not enough for the work they do! πŸ™ƒ

Despite gaining massive traction with their YouTube channel, I’m estimating that The Cartwrights are only making $1,700 per month on YouTube with their channel, basically through the ads. I’m sure they’ll provide a concrete answer in the coming months.

They could make way more money through:

➜ Brand sponsorship deals (that don’t feel commercialized)

➜ Running their own Patreon account

➜ Starting their own membership site

➜ Using affiliate links to products they use and recommend

They could easily double their income overnight.

Creator Praise

They are respected by other creators and their viewers for their unique stories, genuine banter and love for the Australian bush. They always find a way to get themselves out of trouble too!

Creator Red Flags

Given their popularity, some haters are evident with his YouTube channel. It’s mainly jealous people who have Tall Poppy Syndrome. The Cartwrights haven’t actually drawn any backlash or controversy through their wild content creation journey.

Other Australian 4×4 Influencers

I’ve written many articles about 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

➜ Red Dirt Diary (Bridget)

➜ Shaun Whale (Shauno!)

➜ Graham Cahill (4WD 24/7 legend)

➜ Danie Simpson

➜ 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)

➜ Built Not Bought

➜ Sam Young 4×4

➜ Danie Simpson

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

The X Factor

What seperates them from the 750+ other big lap families filming for YouTube? Well…

➜ They have an epic truck and caravan

➜ Their venturing to places that few others will ever discover

➜ They are a young yet determined family

➜ There’s always a challenge in every video

And yeah, those thumbnails are pretty captivating too!

My Verdict

Clearly, I hold a ton of admiration and respect for their adventures and journey around Australia. It hasn’t been easy to put themselves out there but they’ve inspired many of us to eventually do the big lap!

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