The St Mary’s Anglican Girls School student won the competition’s charity category for donating food, hosting fundraising dinners and volunteering her time to support a variety of charities over the past 13 months.
Georgia said the causes she supported were “inspirational” including Rainbow Child Foundation, SAFE Kalgoorlie, Foodbank and the Starlight Foundation.
“It was great to meet so many like-minded people from around the world – I want to inspire other girls to go for their dreams,” she said.
“I have had the most amazing time preparing, planning, fundraising and raising awareness for such inspirational causes.”
Georgia also achieved success in the fitness, nutrition, speech and publicity categories.
Out of 40 countries taking part in the competition, Australia had four winners, including Georgia.
In her role as Junior Face of the Globe 2016, Georgia will travel to the Gold Coast in August to crown next year’s junior winner in the national finals, before travelling to London next March to crown the Junior Face of the Globe 2017.