Rhonda Wyllie, 55, is one of WA's richest businesswomen. (AAP)
An internet mogul, a silver screen star and a muesli bar maven have made a new list of Australia's richest women.
TPG Telecom co-founder Vicky Teoh took out the top spot on the inaugural BRW magazine Rich Women list, with an estimated wealth of $390 million.
She was followed by WA businesswoman Rhonda Wyllie, with an estimated $346 million fortune.
Also featuring on the list of the nation's 30 wealthiest self-made women wasactress Nicole Kidman, with an estimated $320 million in the coffers, and businesswoman Therese Rein.
Ms Rein, the wife of former prime minister Kevin Rudd, is thought to be worth $210 million.
Mining magnate Gina Rinehart did not make the cut because she inherited much of her wealth.
The youngest woman on the list is Carman's Fine Foods founder Carolyn Creswell, aged 39.
The combined wealth of the women on the list is estimated at $3.63 billion.