How To Get Netflix USA in Australia

Don’t be a sucker – get access to the USA version of Netflix now and enjoy the goodness that goes with it. Read on to learn more.

Netflix Australia = 1,000 movies and TV shows
Netflix USA = 9,000 movies and TV shows

And guess what… you can access both countries content with your Netflix account. I don’t know about you, but I want access to every movie and TV show available on Netflix, and I certainly don’t want to be restricted to such a watered down version of Netflix just because I live in Australia.

All you need to get access to Netflix USA on every device in your house is ExpressVPN. It works perfectly and costs about a cup of coffee per month. Amazing.

Netflix is a huge, global company with content signed up in over 15 different countries. Between all those regions they have just about every good movie or TV show in their catalogue, however they then go and restrict access to it depending on where you live. Why do they do this? Because local companies buy up the rights and don’t allow them to show it. Think of Foxtel buying up the rights to Game Of Thrones then charging it”s subscribers EXTRA to access it. It’s a disgrace

The good news it is really easy to get access to whatever movie or TV show you want on Netflix. They have set it so that if you have an account you gain access to whatever content is available in the country you’re in. If you log-in in Australia you get the watered down Aussie verison, if you log in in the USA you get the awesome Netflix USA content, if you log-in on Germany you get the euro goodness available there.

The only problem is you’re not going to fly all the way to the USA just to watch the Departed on Netflix are you? Damn straight you’re not. Luckily you don’t have to, as DNS redirection means you can fly around the world at the press of a button, without leaving your lounge room!

VPN Redirection – It’s like a teleporter for Netflix

All you need to unlock the entire Netflix library, including all of the great Netflix USA content, is a DNS redirection service like the one provided by ExpressVPN.

This makes your internet connection appear as if it’s overseas and tricks the Netflix servers into allowing you to access all of their awesome content. The basic premise is that at the exact moment you connect to their server the DNS redirection service quickly switches to a USA based server, so Netflix thinks you’re in the USA and lets you in to the US library. Once that’s done it reverts back to your normal Australian connection, which means your streaming is super fast.

It’s nerdy and it’s awesome. The good news is it is massively simple to set-up too – just head to ExpressVPN and follow their guides. We also have a guide on how to set it up on Apple TV.

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