SWAN Christian College student and Bullsbrook resident Georgia Dewstow-Smith will compete in the Miss World Australia competition in August.
The 17-year-old has been dancing and modelling from a young age and is with Chadwick Models. She won the Miss World WA State finals in May.
Georgia said she was excited to take part in the national competition.
“My mum had come across it (Miss World) and asked me if I’d be interested and it all started from there,” she said.
“I love the idea and I’m so happy I went through with it. So far it has been such an amazing experience and I wouldn’t change a thing.
“I am feeling very nervous about taking part in the national competition. However I‘m excited to perform and go through with this new experience with some amazing girls.”
She said winning Miss World Australia would be a dream and help her in achieving her career in modelling.
“Winning Miss World Australia would be an absolute dream and it would mean the world to me as it’s an amazing achievement,” she said.
“With this platform it would give me many opportunities and open a variety of paths for my future.
“My goal is to become a Victoria’s Secret model. However I would also love to eventually apply to university to study sport science and work as a personal trainer.”
Georgia is trying to raise $5000 for the Charlie Teo Foundation as part of the competition.
To support Georgia in her fundraising visit https://missworldaustralia2018.everydayhero.com/au/miss-world-australia-beauty-with-a-purpose-children-s-variet/wizard/share.