Miss World Australia 2023 is Jasmine Stringer

Jasmine Stringer bested over 30 other competitors to be crowned Miss World Australia 2023 in a glittering competition held on Friday, August 18 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The 26-year-old Gold Coast-born primary school teacher will now represent Australia at Miss World 2024. She succeeds last year's winner Kristen Wright who will travel to Mumbai, India for Miss World 2023 later this year.

Gabriella Oxley was named first runner-up while Jennifer Sochima, Chloe Hardy, and Jennifer Kim were the second, third, and fourth runners-up, respectively.

No stranger to pageantry, the new Miss World Australia previously participated in the Miss Universe Australia 2021 pageant where she finished as the second runner-up.

Apart from teaching, Jasmine is also an avid equestrian, model, and singer who strives to empower young Australians through education.

Prior to winning the competition, she shared: "Miss World Australia has given me back my spark, that fire in my belly. I know this is where I'm supposed to be."

"I endeavor to embody what it means to be Miss World Australia every day and align strongly with their motto Beauty With a Purpose," she added.

"I hope my journey inspires other young women to let their purpose and perseverance be the fuel that propels them towards achieving their dreams."

Photos: Mr Smith Photography / Miss World Australia, Ben Adams / Jasmine Stringer / Instagram


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