MISS WORLD AUSTRALIA WAS BORN IN CAIRNS ON APRIL 14, 1993, AND GREW UP ON A CANE AND CATTLE FARM AT TULLY. SHE WILL SOON GRADUATE LAW AT JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
from Murray River Upper State School, a small primary school, to Tully State High School was very daunting as I knew hardly anyone. But you make friends for life and my favourite part about school was being able to see them every day. My parents are my biggest influencers. They made a life for themselves from practically nothing. They have always supported me, be it with my law or pageantry. To know they are proud of me fills me with fulfilment and happiness. That hard work, determination and helping others can take you far.
biggest obstacle would have been moving out of home at 17 to begin my law degree. Living in Tully, I had a 2.5-hour drive to my closest university and it felt like such a long way from home. My parents helped me every step of the way.
is not one thing I would change because that would mean I wouldn’t be where I am now and I couldn’t think of a better place to be. The fashion side of me would love
or However, I would want it to be for something meaningful I had achieved. I would follow on from Miss World and focus on children. They are our future and the more who have access to education, the more they will be able to chase their dreams and better the world.