32 Contestants Vying Miss World Australia 2023 on August 18th: Check Results

Fri, Aug 18th, 2023: Today is the final day to elect Australian representative to Miss World 2024-25. Check the results as it is announced here.

Friday July 21, 2023: Today Miss World Australia pageant announced Mercure Gold Coast Resort as hotel sponsor. The online tickets are available to book at Trybooking.com/CJRRV. The pageant venue is Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Broadbeach, Australia.

This year Miss World Australia 2023 Grand Finale and Coronation is scheduled on Friday, August 18, 2023 starting at 8pm. Dinner will be served one hour before the show at 7pm.

The reigning queen is Kristen Wright, Miss World Australia 2022 who will crown her successor.

Results Winner:  Jasmine Stringer, Miss World Australia 2023

  • 1ST Runner-up: Gabriella Oxley
  • 2ND Runner-up: Okonkwo Jennifer aka Jennifer Sochima
  • 3RD Runner-up: Chloe Hardy
  • 4TH Runner-up: Jennifer Kim

Check The LIST of 32 Miss World Australia 2023 Contestants

This list is based on selection of national finalists at various Australian states

  1. NSW: Jennifer Kim, 23, an international model and spent 2 years working in South Korea at YG, a top entertainment agency. She is currently training as a driver at Cavallino Motorsports, where she serves as an ambassador for competitive motorsports.
  2. VIC: Katelan Pittick, 19, was diagnosed with scoliosis at 12 years old. She now lives with a complete spinal fusion. She launched her 'myscoliosis' project to raise awareness about scoliosis, sharing her journey to provide educational resources and support for the wider community.
  3. QLD: Heer Pathrishi, 18, a model and has a diverse background in dancing. She studies IT with a focus on cybersecurity. In the future, she aims to safeguard our digital world.
  4. VIC: Louise Child, 22, has a double degree in science, and works in the environmental science industry. She is also a model and actor. In her spare time, Louise is heavily involved with raising money for the Bush to Beach charity.
  5. TAS: Cleo Pedley, 21, one of two Tasmanian National Finalists. She works at a graphic design firm and enjoys modelling and netball in her spare time. She was also named after Cleopatra.
  6. NSW: Gabrielle Kruf, 21, first started her charity journey at four years old, travelling overseas with her family to spend time with underprivileged children. By the age of 10 she became an ambassador for a National charity. Right now she is hard at work raising funds for Variety.
  7. FN QLD: Eliza Dalziel, 22, is in her third year of studying a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and is also a professionally trained dancer. After graduating as a doctor, she plans on specialising in surgery or anaesthetics.
  8. QLD: Kathie Pearls, 25, works as a civil engineer and empowers women in Engineering through the Women in Engineering Club. She also is rocking the fashion industry with over 6 years of modeling experience.
  9. VIC: Melani Murdjevska, 17, is one of our youngest 2023 National Finalists. She won the Defence Force Australian Youth Leadership Award in which she was nominated for. She aims to obtain a degree in law!
  10. TAS: Tirah Ciampa, 27, is a warrior, having beaten pancreatic cancer this year. She is currently in remission, and had her last surgery today. 🩷 She has previously studied at the New York Film Academy, and in her spare time volunteers as a youth leader at her local church.
  11. NT: Jennifer Sochima, 21, is a model and is in her final year of pursuing a Diploma in Community Service. She aims to continue her schooling next year to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Commerce and fashion design. She is also known as Okonkwo Jennifer who calls herself as Boss lady.
  12. NSW: Disha Mistry, 26, has a desire to empower children in underprivileged communities. She created this impact first-hand as a biomedical engineering intern in a Cambodian hospital, where she helped open their first neo-natal ward.
  13. QLD : Jasmine Stringer, 26, is a Gold Coast born and raised Primary School teacher who endeavours to empower Australian youth through education. She is also an avid equestrian, model and singer.
  14. VIC: Hilary Van Herwaarden, 29, is an engineer who recently completed her Master of Business Administration (MBA) studies to further improve her leadership and management skills. She also entered her first pageant in 2017 as a platform to develop her personal brand and public speaking skills.
  15. QLD: Chloe Hardy, 19, is from the Gold Coast! She is a business owner in the makeup artistry field, a property investor and also works for her family’s business where they help people who are less fortunate gain access to discounted food and groceries.
  16. SA: Pauline Dang, 26, was born and raised in Adelaide and currently works as a Physiotherapist for Forensics/Mental Health services. She is preparing to serve the Australian Army as an Army Reserve Physiotherapist.
  17. NSW: Avaani Nandan, 21, is fitness and Muay Thai passionate. With unwavering dedication, she has honed her skills in Muay Thai over the past three years, setting a powerful example of mental and physical fortitude.
  18. QLD: Rachael Evren, 23, is a full time content creator who specialises in Twitch Streaming, Movie Reviews, Pop-culture news and cosplay. Aside from running her own business, she is a fully qualified pilates instructor and is currently studying acting at drama school.
  19. VIC: Navya Passi, 23, is studying a Bachelor's degree in Podiatric Medicine. She believes that knowledge is a powerful tool that can transform lives and she strives to inspire others to pursue their dreams through education.
  20. QLD: Gabriella Oxley, 23, is an actress who completed her Bachelors degree in the US with a double major in Philosophy and Theatre Performance. In the future she intends to further continue her philosophical studies by pursuing a PhD focusing on Existentialist and Feminist thought.
  21. VIC: Becky Wolfe, 18, is studying for a Bachelor of Commerce at The University of Melbourne, as well as working to get her Agents Representative Certificate in Real Estate. Becky understands the inequalities that exist within access to education for many people. She would like to help others have the same opportunities through fundraising and community work.
  22. VIC: Violet Hall, 20, is a model. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Science as she plans on becoming a dermatologist. Violet also rides dressage on her horse and is currently completing lessons for that between her studies.
  23. SA: Sofia Butenko, 20, is studying a double degree - Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts majoring in global history and politics. She has always been passionate about human rights. She was born in Ukraine, and emigrated to Australia at a young age. She loves to embrace both cultures.
  24. QLD: Jessica Lane, 20, studies a double degree in Journalism and Creative Writing, and Publishing with the goal of shaping our environmental future and inspiring awareness and passion for sustainability. Once she has finished her degree, she hopes to write environmental journalism and travel to remote and third-world communities and habitats.
  25. NSW: Letitia Walker, 22, is studying a Bachelor of Creative Arts with a major in Visual Arts. In addition to her academic pursuits, Letitia has also established her own art business, Sketch Paint Social, which aims to provide an inclusive platform for individuals to express themselves through art.
  26. SA: Montana Sadd, 19, is a 19 year old disability worker from South Australia. She has a huge passion for helping those in need and aims to pursue her passion internationally. She loves the idea of 'Beauty with a purpose' and loves that she can intertwine her passions of both modelling and helping those in need.
  27. WA: Kidist Begashaw, 19, is studying a double degree in Criminology and Global Security, majoring in Legal Studies. She owns a podcast called “The Seat at the Table”, and is also a current title holder for an international modelling competition.
  28. QLD: Janvi Makanjee, 18, has a passion for philanthropy, raising over $20,000 for Variety the Children's Charity. She is a recent graduate from Queensland Academies Health Sciences Campus and a proud Gold Coast local.
  29. VIC: Karlee Davis, 23, is a model and loves to compete in sport. She plays Aussie Rules football for her local club and won runners up in the best and fairest last year. She has run 2 half marathons for charity so far and has her next half marathon in October.
  30. NSW: Courtney Brittle, 26, is from Sydney, NSW, and was born deaf. She learnt how to speak at 6 years old. She is currently writing her first book about her life.
  31. NSW: Sarah Zwajgenberg, studies Aerospace Engineering at The University of Sydney with a long-term goal of becoming an astronaut. In 2022 she represented the Rocketry Team at Spaceport America Cup, where they won three first-place trophies.
  32. VIC: Lenny Cheng, has been dancing ballet for 10 years. She regularly volunteers with her local church, and often volunteers overseas to help disadvantaged women and children. In her spare time she rides horses on her parent’s cattle farm.

Want to become MISS WORLD AUSTRALIA 2023? Nationwide Casting is OPEN, Apply NOW

  • Deborah Miller led Miss World Australia Organization is seeking CONTESTANTS for 20TH Miss World Australia 2023 Edition Competitions
  • Applications open for ALL States across Australia
  • The Winner Contestants of Miss World Australia 2023 Crown, Title & Sash is Authorized Representative of her nation, Australia to Miss World 2023 Competitions.
  • Australia is vying for Miss World Crown to come home after 1972, the long 51 years gap, more than half of a century
  • Online Application is LIVE at Official Website for All States, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and South Australia

Sun, Dec 4, 2022, Hollywood: Last month Miss World Australia Organization announced the casting for Miss World Australia 2023, seeking contestants for most valuable and trusted pageant in Australia / World. Till now only two Australian Women have won the crowns, Penelope Plummer Miss World 1968 and Belinda Green Miss World 1972. Contestants have chance to compete for a pageant which lead road to Miss World 2023. Run by Leading Australian Beauty and Pageant Expert of Greater Melbourne Area, National Director Deborah Miller the organization look after the complete grooming of the pageant aspirants to perform in world stage.
The organization asks: Do you want to walk in runways? Do you want to make lifelong friends? Do you want to build confidence, travel, meet industry professionals, be involved in photoshoots for sponsors and more? If your answer is affirmative, You could just be their next Miss World Australia!

How to Apply for Miss World Australia 2023 Pageant?
Express your interest by applying via Official website www.missworldaustralia.com.au, telling a bit about yourself! Additionally you also push the cause, If you know anyone who may be interested, pass this message along to them as well!

What are REQUIREMENTS to Apply For Miss World Australia 2023 Pageant?

Pageant Aspirants must meet the following criteria to be eligible to become Miss World Australia 2023 Contestant:

  1. An Australian Citizen or Resident of Any State
  2. Age between 17-27
  3. Never married.
  4. Never given birth to a child
  5. Not committed any crime

Act Fast Rush to Apply Now!!!

Before filling the form note carefully all the fields and prepare your details accordingly, ready on hand.

Check State-wise Casting Schedule:
Victorian Casting: on Thu, Dec 8, 2022
Port Douglas Casting: on Thu, Jan 12 2023
South Australia Casting Date: Thu, Sep 8, 2022
Queensland State Final:
Sa State Final:
Victorian State Final:
National Final:

Thu, Jun 23, 2022: South Australia we are coming for you! Applications are now open for our Miss World Australia 2023 SA Casting, which will be held in the Adelaide CBD! Text your name, email and instagram handle to 0435 764 381

Casting Date: Thu, Sep 8, 2022

Reigning Queen: After a long 1016 days gap The Crowning Moment Came in Australia National Arena Palazzo Versace Gold, where 24 Contestants Vying for Miss World Australia 2022 Crown, rocked with full glamor and performance on Friday, April 29th, 2022. At the end of grand finale the Winner, New Australian Beauty Queen Kristen Wright Miss World Australia 2022 was crowned, authorizing her as Australia's Delegate at Miss World 2022 Competitions.

Last year from 10 Contestants Queensland, 7 Contestants from Victoria, 6 Contestants from New South Wales, 3 from Western Australia, 2 from Tasmania and One from South Australia competed at nationals.

About: Watch The Official Presentation Detailing Pageant Activities Here

Deborah Miller is Director of Miss World Australia, Miss Tourism Australia and Director of CM Models. Miss World Australia is a registered fundraising organisation – raising money for charities and mirroring the role and spirit of Miss World at a national level. ​ Miss World Australia holds an annual pageant to identify young Australian women who exemplify beauty, talent, intelligence and compassion. It aims to create and empower role models who will serve as ambassadors to charity, enrich the perception of beauty, and enhance a new strength, energy and spirit for the advancement of women, while positively impacting their communities.

Miss World Australia is the most holistic and prestigious titles to be crowned. The winner represents Australia at this Miss World International final which includes representatives from over 132 countries around the globe. [Source: Official Website]

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