List of number-one singles of 2003 (Australia)

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The Australian Top 100 Singles Chart is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of Australia. Published by the ARIA report, the data is compiled by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) based collectively on each single's weekly physical sales. digital sales and airplay.

Songs reaching No. 1, with artists, listed by chart week
Week beginning Song Artist
5 January "Lose Yourself" Eminem
12 January
19 January
26 January
2 February
9 February
16 February
23 February
2 March "Beautiful" Christina Aguilera
9 March "Lost Without You" Delta Goodrem
16 March "All the Things She Said" t.A.T.u.
23 March "Lost Without You" Delta Goodrem
30 March "All the Things She Said" t.A.T.u.
6 April "In da Club" 50 Cent
13 April
20 April
27 April
4 May
11 May "Rock Your Body" Justin Timberlake
18 May "Bring Me to Life" Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy
25 May
1 June
8 June
15 June
22 June
29 June "Innocent Eyes" Delta Goodrem
6 July
13 July "Ignition" (Remix) R. Kelly
20 July
27 July
3 August
10 August
17 August
24 August "Where Is the Love?" The Black Eyed Peas featuring Justin Timberlake
31 August
7 September
14 September
21 September "White Flag" Dido
28 September "Not Me, Not I" Delta Goodrem
5 October "Where Is the Love?" The Black Eyed Peas featuring Justin Timberlake
12 October
19 October "Rise Up" Australian Idol Final 12
26 October
2 November
9 November "Slow" Kylie Minogue
16 November "Me Against the Music" Britney Spears and Madonna
23 November
30 November "Angels Brought Me Here" Guy Sebastian
7 December
14 December
21 December "Predictable"/"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" Delta Goodrem
28 December "Shut Up" The Black Eyed Peas

Notes[edit]

  • Number of number-one singles: 19
  • Longest run at number-one: "Lose Yourself" by Eminem (8 weeks + 4 weeks in 2002)
  • Artist with the most number ones: 4, Delta Goodrem

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