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Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from South Australia

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The final group of national finalists for Miss Universe Australia 2024 was revealed during the South Australia state final on Monday, April 8 at Feathers Hotel in Burnside. Three beauties have been selected to represent South Australia at the national competition in August. They are Courtney Spear, Olivija Spanovskis, and Belinda Lesi. They will join the other finalists previously selected from Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria, and New South Wales to compete for this year's coveted crown. The next Miss Universe Australia winner will travel to Mexico later this year for the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) competition. Meet the three national finalists from South Australia: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Universe Australia (@missuniverseaustralia.official) Photos: Miss Universe Australia / Instagram RELATED POST: Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from Queensland

Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from Queensland

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Five more beauties have secured their spot as national finalists for Miss Universe Australia 2024 following the state final in Queensland. The Queensland state selection event happened on Sunday, April 7 at the Transcontinental Hotel in Brisbane, Australia. Moving on to the national competition this August representing Queensland are Bronte Rose Dagg, Zoe Creed, Jiselle Manning, Tatum Ellis Oksanen, and Tahlia Jones. The next Miss Universe Australia is expected to represent her country at the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) in Mexico later this year. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Zoe Creed🦋 (@zoe.creed) Photos: Miss Universe Australia RELATED POST: Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from Victoria

Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from New South Wales

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The New South Wales state final for Miss Universe Australia 2024 was held on Thursday, April 4 at Cafe del Mar in Sydney. Seven beauties selected as national finalists were Sarah Said-Smith, Jennifer Crown, Jess Davis, Tiana Meehan, Tess Homann, Mia Mihaljevic, and Emily Kaufman. They are expected to represent New South Wales at the Miss Universe Australia 2024 final competition this August. The next Miss Universe Australia winner will compete in the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) to be held in Mexico later this year. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jennifer (지요) 👑| Fitness . Fashion . Beauty . Lifestyle | (@jennifercrownn) Photos: Miss Universe Australia, Jennifer Crown / Instagram RELATED POST: Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from Western Australia

Miss Universe Australia 2024: Meet the finalists from Western Australia

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A total of six national finalists for the Miss Universe Australia 2024 competition have already been selected from the west coast. This year's Miss West Coast state final took place on Tuesday, April 2 at The Camfield in Burswood, Perth. Indira Streckfuss was named Miss West Coast 2024, succeeding Brooklyn Metropolis, last year's titleholder and second runner-up at Miss Universe Australia 2023. The rest of the women who secured a spot as national finalists were Sifundo Nhlebela, Ally Draper, Mikaela Giancaspro, Unice Wani, and Olivia Allen. They will be representing Australia's largest state, Western Australia, at the Miss Universe Australia 2024 final this August. The next national winner will be heading to compete in the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) competition in Mexico later this year. Meet the new Miss West Coast: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Universe Australia (@missuniverseaustralia.official) Photos: Miss Universe

Australia's Moraya Wilson reveals her national costume for Miss Universe 2023

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Miss Universe Australia 2023 Moraya Wilson officially revealed her national costume for the upcoming 72nd Miss Universe pageant. The beauty queen from Melbourne will be wearing a costume designed and crafted by Australian fashion designer Emma Daley. Inspired by the incredible and unique native wildflowers of Australia, the national costume adorned with colorful details will be showcased by Moraya at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this coming November. "This collection of flowers represents each state and territory and the magical connections to the Australian land, telling stories of cultural, historical and spiritual significance," posted on the official Miss Universe Australia social media page. "Using colors symbolizing the land, sea, sun, and people, each flower is individually screen printed on raw silk organza appliquéd with sequins and feathers." "In awe of this gown [Emma Daley] you are so incredibly talented and creative. I’m so proud to be wearing

Miss Earth Australia 2023 is Helen Latukefu

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An ecologist of Tongan and Scottish descent from Sydney, Helen Latukefu, was crowned Miss Earth Australia 2023 in a national competition held on Saturday, September 9 at the Tang Media Performing Arts Centre in Smithfield. The Top 5 finalists and elemental queens were Deborah Madriaga (Miss Earth Air), Kajol Chand (Miss Earth Water), Luna Ojacastro (Miss Earth Fire), and Patricia Sheeran (Miss Earth Charity). This year's Miss Earth Australia winner succeeds Sheridan Mortlock who placed in the Top 4 and clinched the Miss Earth Air title at Miss Earth 2022 last November in the Philippines. Apart from the coveted national title, Helen also went home with the Miss Millionaires Alliance and Best in Swimwear awards. The former Australian Youth Poetry Slam champion will now prepare to represent Australia at the Miss Earth 2023 pageant in Vietnam this December. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Earth Australia (@missearthaustralia) Photos: Bob Reyes, Mi

Miss Universe Australia 2023 is Moraya Wilson

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Moraya Wilson bested 23 other finalists to be crowned Miss Universe Australia 2023 in a national competition held on Friday, September 1 at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins. The 21-year-old model and sports coach from Melbourne, currently pursuing her degree in business marketing at RMIT University, will now prepare to represent Australia at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November. Farida Singatoulina was named first runner-up while Brooklyn Metropolis, Natasha Knox, and Bree Monck were announced as the second, third, and fourth runners-up, respectively. Rounding out the Top 10 finalists were Vimbayi Hakutangwi, Brooke Baily, Johara Pillay, Lily Goodare, and Sené Maluwapi. The new Miss Universe Australia received the new Stelios Jewellers' crown which was inspired by Banksia tree leaves. She succeeds last year's remarkable winner from Sydney, Monique Riley, who placed in the Top 16 at Miss Universe 2022 in New Orleans last January. Meet Moraya Wilson: View this

LIVE UPDATES: Miss Universe Australia 2023 Final Show Results

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After weeks of pre-pageant events, the much-awaited final show of Miss Universe Australia 2023 is happening tonight at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins in Melbourne, Victoria. Last year's winner and Miss Universe 2022 Top 16 semifinalist, Monique Riley from New South Wales, will crown her successor at the end of the event. A total of 24 finalists from across the country will be vying for the national title and the opportunity to represent Australia at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November. Who will be crowned Miss Universe Australia 2023? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Stelios Jewellers (@stelios_jewellers) --- FINAL RESULTS --- TOP 10 Moraya Wilson (Best Swim Shoot) Vimbayi Hakutangwi Brooke Baily Johara Pillay Natasha Knox Brooklyn Metropolis Farida Singatoulina Lily Goodare Sené Maluwapi Bree Monck --- TOP 5 Bree Monck Farida Singatoulina Natasha Knox Moraya Wilson Brooklyn Metropolis --- Special Awards Social Ambassador - Somaya O

Miss Universe Australia unveils new crown inspired by Banksia tree leaves

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Miss Universe Australia 2023 will be wearing a brand new crown inspired by the enchanting Banksia tree leaves. Designed and crafted by Stelios Jewellers in Perth, the exquisite masterpiece is an ode to Australia's incredible wildlife, flora and fauna. Banksia is an iconic Australian native evergreen tree or shrub named after English naturalist and botanist Sir Joseph Banks, who first recorded its discovery in the 18th century. The new crown is adorned with natural Australian blue, green, and yellow sapphires, meticulously crafted in yellow and white gold. It is a symbol of beauty, strength, and diversity and a fusion of nature and luxury like never before. A total of 24 finalists will battle it out to become the next Miss Universe Australia during the national final competition this Friday, September 1 in Melbourne. The winner will represent Australia at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November. Check out the new crown: View this post on Instagram A post

Miss World Australia 2023 is Jasmine Stringer

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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 bel

Miss World Australia 2023: Meet the 32 finalists

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Miss World Australia 2023 final and coronation ceremony will be held this Friday, August 18 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Broadbeach, Queensland. Sponsored by Mercure Gold Coast Resort, the upcoming competition will feature a total of 32 finalists from across the country competing for the coveted national title. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss World Australia (@missworldaustralia) Last year's winner, Kristen Wright from Melbourne, who will compete at Miss World 2023 in Mumbai, India this December, will crown her successor at the end of the event. The next Miss World Australia will represent the "Land Down Under" at the 72nd Miss World (Miss World 2024) pageant. Who will take home the crown? Meet the 32 finalists: Avaani Nandan Becky Wolfe Chloe Hardy Cleo Pedley Courtney Brittle Disha Mistry Eliza Dalziel Gabriella Oxley Gabrielle Kruf Heer Pathrishi Hilary Van Herwaarden Janvi Makanjee Jasmine Stringer Jennif