Quest for success at Miss Australia Global pageant

27/04/2020 Posted by admin

Quest for success at Miss Australia Global pageant RESTING UP: Nicole Sialeipata, of San Remo, Chelsea-Anne Lewis, of Jilliby, and Shae Haddow, of Newcastle, relax on Thursday. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.
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Nicole Sialeipata, of San Remo, Chelsea-Anne Lewis, of Jilliby, and Shae Haddow, of Newcastle. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.

CONTESTANT: Emma Rose Gardner. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.

SUNSHINE: Contestants waiting their turn for a photo shoot on Friday. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.

CONTESTANT: Gemma White. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.

Picture: Blackbird Photography By Samantha Hodgins.

Picture: Blackbird Photography By Samantha Hodgins

Picture: Blackbird Photography By Samantha Hodgins

Picture: Blackbird Photography By Samantha Hodgins

TweetFacebook Pictures: Max Mason-Hubers/Blackbird Photography – Samantha HodginsThere’s a pastry chef, a council worker and a student, to list just a few.

Women from all sorts of backgrounds and from all around Australiaare in Newcastlefor the Miss Australia Global International Pageant, which concludes on Friday night at Wests New Lambton.

Newcastle’s Shae Haddow, 20,said she the competitions had helped her growin confidence.

“You get a lot of life skills,” she said. “Especially interview skills, because with almost every pageant system you do an interview with a panel of five to seven judges.”

On Thursday, the contestants visited theIrukandji Shark andRay Encounters centre at Bob’s Farm, inPort Stephens.

The organisation is one of the two charities the women have been raising money for through community work, the other being the Epilepsy Foundation.

The winner of the Newcastle event heads to Jamaica in September for the international finals.

Tickets are availableat the door for Friday’s eventat 7pm.

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