The figure is up from 92 for the first half of the year, an increase of 63%.
Australia, along with several other countries, officially asked YouTube to investigate the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" from last year according to Google's Transparency Report.
That video in particular led to mass protests as well as deaths and injuries across several countries. What was perceived as denigrating of the prophet Muhammad caused demonstrations and violent protests against the film to break out on September 11 in Egypt and spread to other Arab and Muslim nations and to some western countries.
The protests led to hundreds of injuries and over 75 deaths.
Overall, Google said global government takedown requests increased 26% with a total 2,285 during the half.
In terms of YouTube Google received seven requests to remove content from Australian law enforcement agencies, and complied with four of these requests.
Australia's federal government recently announced plans to scrap its controversial internet filtering policy, at least for now, although it seems most of the requests came from a smaller government agency.
The majority of takedown requests came from an unnamed Australian local transportation agency that saw 119 videos removed from YouTube for using a protected trademark without permission.
The report is available for your viewing pleasure here.