Best Nicole Kidman Movies on Netflix in Australia

Nicole Kidman is one of the most popular actresses, and over the years, she has graced our screens with some amazing roles in hit movies and TV shows. The Emmy and Oscar-winning actress appeared in many titles from musicals like Moulin Rouge! to historical ones like The Hours.

Below you will find a list of the all-time best Nicole Kidman movies available on Netflix right now that you can watch in Australia 

However, if you cannot seem to find any title on Netflix, you can connect to ExpressVPN to change your Netflix library to the US or any other region where the Nicole Kidman movies are available.

So, pick a movie from the list below, grab some popcorn and enjoy.

11. The Invasion (2007) 

The Invasion is an American sci-fi movie featuring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig. The story is about a psychiatrist living in Washington who finds people around her turning into weird emotional beings after a space shuttle crashed on Earth.

The space shuttle contains a fundal-like alien form that scatters all across the United States affecting people’s emotions and making them detached and emotionless.

Available on Netflix in Germany and France.

10. Boy Erased (2018)

Boy Erased is a biography about the son of a Baptist preacher who is forced by his parents to attend a church-supported gay conversion center where they help ‘rid’ the people of gay tendencies.

The movie focuses on the horrible reality of conversion therapy in the US and is a hit among the LGBTQ community.

Available on Netflix in: Portugal and France.

9. The Beguiled (2017)

Set in Virginia, an injured soldier takes refuge in a Southern Girls School during the American Civil War. Fascinated by the soldier, the girls tend to his wounds while trying to win his affection. The growing sexual tension gets the better of them, leading to jealousy and betrayal among the girls.

Available on Netflix in: United States.

8. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006)

Starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey Jr., Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus tells the story of an upper-class woman in New York who is married to a rich photographer.

Diane’s life turns around when a mysterious man, Lionel Sweeny, starts living in her apartment. Sweeny is suffering from Hyperthricosis, a Warewolf disease. Arbus falls in love with the man as she is introduced to a new world of freaks by Sweeny.

Available on Netflix in: Japan.

7. Lion (2016)

Lion tells the story of a 5-year-old boy Saroo who is living in India with his low-income family. During a trip, Saroo loses his family and finds himself on the streets struggling to survive. Fortunately, the boy is adopted by an Australian family in Tasmania, giving Saroo a wealthy home to grow up in.

However, Saroo cannot forget about his lost family and seeks to find them after 25 years. Lion is based on a true story that is both heartbreaking and incredible.

Available on Netflix in: Australia, Brazil, and Japan.

6. Bombshell (2019)

Featuring Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron, and Margo Robbie, Bombshell is based on a real story of three American women who risk their careers to expose the toxic culture created on the News TV Network.

The three women are on a road to expose sexist remarks being made off-camera, to being persecuted for their sex in this patriarchal society.

Available on Netflix in: Australia, Hungary, and Japan.

5. Practical Magic (1998)

Practical Magic, starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock, tells the story of two sisters who happen to be witches. Unfortunately, their family is cursed by a spell that prevents them from ever finding long-lasting love. The curse complicates things as a local police officer Gary Hallet arrives in town. However, the mysterious officer is more than what he seems.

Available on Netflix in: South Africa and Lituania.

4. Just Go With It (2011)

Danny lies to his girlfriend that he is a divorced man and hires his employee and her kids to pretend to be his family. One lie leads to another, and things seem to be on the verge of collapse. It is only a matter of time before the truth comes out.

Just Go With It, featuring Nicole Kidman, Adam Sandler, and Jennifer Aniston, is a carefree comedy, romance movie with amazing performances from actors.

Available on Netflix in: Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Turkey, and Spain.

3. The Golden Compass (2007)

A young orphan, Lyra, discovers a particle in the North Pole that can be used to unite the entire universe. However, there are people who want to destroy the particle and those who can use it. During her journey to the North Pole, Lyra gets the help of allies, including a Polar bear and a gunslinger.

With an amazing performance from Nicole Kidman, the movie tells a fantastic story that you can enjoy with your family.

Available on Netflix in: Israel.

2. Before I Go To Sleep (2014)

A 40-year-old Christian is suffering from short-term memory loss and wakes up every morning with no recollection of the past. Every day she wakes up next to a man she doesn’t know. She is told she has been in an accident leading to memory loss.

After a doctor tells her to record a video each day, she starts to uncover the truth around her.

Available on Netflix in: Belgium, Mexico, and Hungary.

1. Aquaman (2018)

Aquaman tells the story of Arthur Curry who must embrace who he is and return back to Atlantis to stop the war from breaking out.

Starring Jason Momoa as Aquaman, it is the first DC movie that focuses on the character of Aquaman or Arthur Curry who has been living on Earth after the exile of her mother from Atlantis.

To stop the war, Arthur must find a legendary trident that has been lost for centuries in order to restore peace. You can watch Aquaman on Netflix today. 

Available on Netflix in: France, Hong Kong, Belgium, Thailand, and Turkey.


You will find plenty of Nicole Kidman movies online. However, when it comes to Netflix not all movies are available on the streaming platform. I have listed some of the best Nicole Kidman movies on Netflix that are available to stream in Australia right now.  

If you cannot find any of these in Australia, simply download a VPN, and connect to a server in another country to change your Netflix region.

So, grab a VPN, unblock all movies, and have a marathon.

Let us know in the comments below if you want to add to the movie list. Enjoy streaming!

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