You can also see the UK and US rebound number ones.

Since 1950, 66 different number one songs on the Australian charts have spent non-consecutive weeks at the top within the same chart run. Below is a list of these "rebound number ones" and some trivia about them.

  • 1953

    Till I Waltz Again With You - Teresa Brewer
    • Hit number one starting May 24, 1953 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Hi-Lili Hi-Lo" by Dinah Shore.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 21, 1953 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1958

    The Purple People Eater - Sheb Wooley
    • Hit number one starting August 3, 1958 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "A Pub With No Beer" by Slim Dusty.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 14, 1958 for an additional week.
  • 1960

    Boom Boom Baby - Crash Craddock
    • Hit number one starting February 7, 1960 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "She's My Baby" by Johnny O'Keefe.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 28, 1960 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1964

    Can't Buy Me Love / You Can't Do That - The Beatles
    • Hit number one starting May 10, 1964 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "My Guy" by Mary Wells.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 28, 1964 for an additional week.
  • 1966

    Ooh La La / Ain't Nobody Home - Normie Rowe
    • Hit number one starting December 18, 1966 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Friday on My Mind" by The Easybeats.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 8, 1967 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1969

    Come Together / Something - The Beatles
    • Hit number one starting November 16, 1969 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Penny Arcade" by Roy Orbison.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 30, 1969 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 1978

    You're The One That I Want - John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John
    • Hit number one starting June 25, 1978 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Rivers Of Babylon" by Boney M.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 20, 1978 for an additional 7 weeks.
  • 1981

    DEV-O Live (EP) - Devo
    • Hit number one starting August 16, 1981 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 6, 1981 for an additional week.
  • 1983

    Flashdance... What A Feeling - Irene Cara
    • Hit number one starting July 10, 1983 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Australiana" by Austen Tayshus.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 21, 1983 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Australiana - Austen Tayshus
    • Hit number one starting August 14, 1983 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Flashdance... What A Feeling" by Irene Cara.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 4, 1983 for an additional 7 weeks.
  • 1984

    Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham!
    • Hit number one starting July 15, 1984 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "When Doves Cry" by Prince.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 26, 1984 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1985

    The Power Of Love - Jennifer Rush
    • Hit number one starting November 24, 1985 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Species Deceases EP" by Midnight Oil.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 8, 1985 for an additional week.
    Species Deceases EP - Midnight Oil
    • Hit number one starting December 1, 1985 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "The Power Of Love" by Jennifer Rush.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 15, 1985 for an additional 5 weeks.
  • 1986

    Touch Me (I Want Your Body) - Samantha Fox
    • Hit number one starting July 6, 1986 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Greatest Love Of All" by Whitney Houston.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 20, 1986 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1987

    Walk Like An Egyptian - The Bangles
    • Hit number one starting February 8, 1987 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "You Keep Me Hangin' On" by Kim Wilde.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 22, 1987 for an additional week.
    You Keep Me Hangin' On - Kim Wilde
    • Hit number one starting February 15, 1987 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Walk Like An Egyptian" by The Bangles.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 1, 1987 for an additional week.
  • 1989

    Like A Prayer - Madonna
    • Hit number one starting March 26, 1989 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 16, 1989 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 30, 1989 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "The Living Years" by Mike and The Mechanics.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 21, 1989 for an additional week.
    She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals
    • Hit number one starting April 2, 1989 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Like A Prayer" by Madonna.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 23, 1989 for an additional week.
    Eternal Flame - The Bangles
    • Hit number one starting May 28, 1989 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 11, 1989 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 25, 1989 for an additional week.
    Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler
    • Hit number one starting June 4, 1989 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Eternal Flame" by The Bangles.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 18, 1989 for an additional week.
    If I Could Turn Back Time - Cher
    • Hit number one starting October 15, 1989 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Swing The Mood" by Jive Bunny and The Mastermixers.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 12, 1989 for an additional 6 weeks.
  • 1996

    Boombastic - Shaggy
    • Hit number one starting February 4, 1996 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Wonderwall" by Oasis.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 18, 1996 for an additional 4 weeks.
    Fastlove - George Michael
    • Hit number one starting May 19, 1996 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Until It Sleeps" by Metallica.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 9, 1996 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2000

    I Try - Macy Gray
    • Hit number one starting January 9, 2000 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Mascara / Leave Me Alone" by Killing Heidi.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 13, 2000 for an additional week.
    Music - Madonna
    • Hit number one starting August 27, 2000 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "On A Night Like This" by Kylie Minogue.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 24, 2000 for an additional week.
    On A Night Like This - Kylie Minogue
    • Hit number one starting September 17, 2000 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Music" by Madonna.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 8, 2000 for an additional week.
    Teenage Dirtbag - Wheatus
    • Hit number one starting November 12, 2000 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Who Let The Dogs Out?" by Baha Men.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 17, 2000 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 2002

    Without Me - Eminem
    • Hit number one starting May 26, 2002 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Kiss Kiss" by Holly Valance.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 16, 2002 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis vs JXL.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 14, 2002 for an additional 2 weeks.
    A Little Less Conversation - Elvis vs JXL
    • Hit number one starting June 23, 2002 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Without Me" by Eminem.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 28, 2002 for an additional week.
    The Ketchup Song (Asereje) - Las Ketchup
    • Hit number one starting October 13, 2002 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Dilemma" by Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 17, 2002 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2003

    Lost Without You - Delta Goodrem
    • Hit number one starting March 9, 2003 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "All The Things She Said" by Tatu.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 23, 2003 for an additional week.
    All The Things She Said - Tatu
    • Hit number one starting March 16, 2003 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Lost Without You" by Delta Goodrem.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 30, 2003 for an additional week.
    Where Is The Love? - The Black Eyed Peas
    • Hit number one starting August 24, 2003 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "White Flag" by Dido.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 5, 2003 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2004

    My Band - D12
    • Hit number one starting May 2, 2004 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Left Outside Alone" by Anastacia.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 16, 2004 for an additional week.
    F.U.R.B (F U Right Back) - Frankee
    • Hit number one starting June 13, 2004 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Everytime" by Britney Spears.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 4, 2004 for an additional week.
    She Will Be Loved - Maroon 5
    • Hit number one starting September 5, 2004 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Out With My Baby" by Guy Sebastian.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 10, 2004 for an additional week.
  • 2005

    Don't Phunk With My Heart - The Black Eyed Peas
    • Hit number one starting May 22, 2005 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 5, 2005 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Lonely - Akon
    • Hit number one starting July 10, 2005 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Axel F" by Crazy Frog.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 14, 2005 for an additional week.
    Don't Cha - Pussycat Dolls feat. Busta Rhymes
    • Hit number one starting August 28, 2005 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Shine" by Shannon Noll.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 9, 2005 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2006

    Run It! - Chris Brown
    • Hit number one starting January 22, 2006 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "When I'm Gone" by Eminem.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 5, 2006 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Flaunt It - TV Rock feat. Seany B
    • Hit number one starting March 5, 2006 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Forever Young" by Youth Group.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 9, 2006 for an additional week.
    Forever Young - Youth Group
    • Hit number one starting April 2, 2006 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Flaunt It" by TV Rock feat. Seany B.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 16, 2006 for an additional week.
  • 2007

    Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne
    • Hit number one starting April 15, 2007 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Steer" by Missy Higgins.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 29, 2007 for an additional 5 weeks.
    Beautiful Girls - Sean Kingston
    • Hit number one starting September 16, 2007 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "In This Life" by Delta Goodrem.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 30, 2007 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 2008

    Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
    • Hit number one starting January 20, 2008 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Don't Stop The Music" by Rihanna.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 24, 2008 for an additional week.
    Don't Stop The Music - Rihanna
    • Hit number one starting February 17, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 2, 2008 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Low - Flo Rida feat. T-Pain
    • Hit number one starting March 23, 2008 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Bubbly" by Colbie Caillat.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 20, 2008 for an additional week.
    Sweet About Me - Gabriella Cilmi
    • Hit number one starting April 13, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Low" by Flo Rida feat. T-Pain.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 18, 2008 for an additional 4 weeks.
    Poker Face - Lady Gaga
    • Hit number one starting November 16, 2008 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "You" by Wes Carr.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 21, 2008 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 2009

    Right Round - Flo Rida feat. Kesha
    • Hit number one starting February 22, 2009 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Love Story" by Taylor Swift.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 29, 2009 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "Love Story" by Taylor Swift.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 12, 2009 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Love Story - Taylor Swift
    • Hit number one starting March 22, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Right Round" by Flo Rida feat. Kesha.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 5, 2009 for an additional week.
    Sexy Bitch - David Guetta feat. Akon
    • Hit number one starting August 16, 2009 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Like It Like That" by Guy Sebastian.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 20, 2009 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 2010

    Only Girl (In the World) - Rihanna
    • Hit number one starting September 26, 2010 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Raise Your Glass" by Pink.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 31, 2010 for an additional week.
    We R Who We R - Ke$ha
    • Hit number one starting November 7, 2010 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "The Time (Dirty Bit)" by The Black Eyed Peas.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 28, 2010 for an additional week.
    The Time (Dirty Bit) - The Black Eyed Peas
    • Hit number one starting November 21, 2010 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "We R Who We R" by Ke$ha.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 5, 2010 for an additional week.
    Grenade - Bruno Mars
    • Hit number one starting December 12, 2010 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Who's That Girl" by Guy Sebastian feat. Eve.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 2, 2011 for an additional week.
    Who's That Girl - Guy Sebastian feat. Eve
    • Hit number one starting December 26, 2010 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Grenade" by Bruno Mars.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 9, 2011 for an additional week.
  • 2011

    S&M - Rihanna
    • Hit number one starting February 6, 2011 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 27, 2011 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Sexy And I Know It - LMFAO
    • Hit number one starting October 16, 2011 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Good Night" by Reece Mastin.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 11, 2011 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "Good Night" by Reece Mastin.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 1, 2012 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Good Night - Reece Mastin
    • Hit number one starting November 27, 2011 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Sexy And I Know It" by LMFAO.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 18, 2011 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2012

    Whistle - Flo Rida
    • Hit number one starting May 6, 2012 for 7 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Stay With Me Baby" by Karise Eden.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 1, 2012 for an additional week.
  • 2013

    Just Give Me A Reason - Pink feat. Nate Ruess
    • Hit number one starting February 17, 2013 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Harlem Shake" by Baauer.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 3, 2013 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Roar - Katy Perry
    • Hit number one starting August 25, 2013 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Let's Get Ridiculous" by Redfoo.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 22, 2013 for an additional 6 weeks.
  • 2014

    Happy - Pharrell Williams
    • Hit number one starting January 5, 2014 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Say Something" by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 16, 2014 for an additional 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "She Looks So Perfect" by 5 Seconds of Summer.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 6, 2014 for an additional week.
    All About That Bass - Meghan Trainor
    • Hit number one starting August 10, 2014 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Shake It Off " by Taylor Swift.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 21, 2014 for an additional week.
  • 2016

    One Dance - Drake feat. WizKid & Kyla
    • Hit number one starting May 8, 2016 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 19, 2016 for an additional 2 weeks.

Rebound Trivia

The longest time beween rebound number ones in Australia was 8 years and six months (between 1969's "Come Together / Something" by The Beatles and 1978's "You're The One That I Want" by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John).

The years 1989, 2008, and 2010 each had a record five rebound number one songs:

1989
  • Like A Prayer - Madonna
  • She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals
  • Eternal Flame - The Bangles
  • Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler
  • If I Could Turn Back Time - Cher
2008
  • Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
  • Don't Stop The Music - Rihanna
  • Low - Flo Rida featuring T-Pain
  • Sweet About Me - Gabriella Cilmi
  • Poker Face - Lady Gaga
2010
  • Only Girl (In the World) - Rihanna
  • We R Who We R - Ke$ha
  • The Time (Dirty Bit) - The Black Eyed Peas
  • Grenade - Bruno Mars
  • Who's That Girl - Guy Sebastian feat. Eve
The Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, and Flo Rida are tied for the most rebound number ones with three each: In second place, these five artists had two songs that were rebound number ones: On 13 separate occasions songs took turns replacing each other at number one:

"Like A Prayer" by Madonna reached number one a record four times during its chart run.

In second place, these five songs reached number one three times during their chart run.