Miss Earth Australia 2021 Top 4 Hot Picks

23 Sep 2021 | Angelique Reyes

The Miss Earth Australia organization is all set to host the virtual coronation ceremony for the Miss Earth 2021 finals on 25th September 2021, where stunning finalists from all over the nation will compete for the national title. The winner of the 2021 edition will succeed Miss Earth Australia 2020 Brittany Dickson to represent Australia at the upcoming Miss Earth 2021 pageant.

While this year’s national finalists are 11 stunning and talented ladies who will compete against each other for the national title and crown and an opportunity to represent Australia at the international platform, 4 divas have stood out as strong contenders for the title amongst the others. So, without any further ado, here are our Top 4 Hot Picks for Miss Earth Australia 2021 –

Kanika Batra

Hailing from Sydney, New South Wales, Kanika is 25 years-old. She is a trained opera classical singer, published author, an actor, a model and a mental health advocate. Kanika is currently studying a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Sydney, majoring in Finance and Banking. Her advocacy for Miss Earth Australia 2021 is ‘There is no Planet B’.

Kanika’s inspiration in life has always been her parents, who being immigrants have strived for success and to give their children the best possible opportunities. They believe in good morals, a strong work ethic and a zest for personal development, and they’ve imparted the same beliefs upon her. She’s also inspired by strong women who haven’t let their circumstances dictate the trajectory of their lives - including Malala Yousafzai and Jacinda Ardern.



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Iris Le

Iris Le is 27 years old and hails from Adelaide, South Australia. Growing up, she was heavily bullied and body-shamed, leading her into a pit of depression. Since the age of 13 she has been fighting an uphill battle and came out stronger embracing her flaws and find beauty in her uniqueness. For this pageant, her main advocacy is regenerative farming and plastic pollution.

She is currently a singer and producer of her own acoustic shows. She is a professional model and beauty queen. She has also published her first book and was interviewed by top media houses in Vietnam. Winning the pageant meant a lot to Le, as she was able to prove her 13 years-old self that she can become anything she wants to be as long as she believes in herself. She aspires to inspire young girls to follow their dreams with a brave heart.



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Phoebe Soegiono

Phoebe is 22 years-old and is a creative consultant from Sydney, New South Wales. She has studied Public Relations and aspires to further study in Digital marketing. Her advocacy is environmental sustainability, how it is our responsibility to protect natural resources and to protect the global ecosystem for now and future.

She feels that climate change is one of the biggest issues Australia and the world has been facing. She wants to advocate about how we as individuals can be more eco-friendly in our day-to-day living, how can we use technology to spread awareness and how can we all work together to lower carbon emission, which is warming up the earth.



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Jessica Marchi

26 years-old Jessica Marchi hails from New South Wales. She has been in Australia for 11 years but is originally from Italy. Jessica was also a state finalist for the Miss World Australia pageant. She is an entrepreneur and describes herself as ambitious.

Marchi’s true real passion lies in acting, as she loves being on screen and bringing different characters to life. Creativity has always been a huge part of who she is. The awareness that Jessica wants to bring to people with her advocacy is how to help fight climate change. She says, “There are habits that we can do as individuals and communities to help reduce the overall climate change.”



One of the national finalists will succeed Miss Earth Australia 2020 Brittany Dickson of New South Wales, who represented Australia at the first virtual edition of Miss Earth last year and also won the Miss Eco Angel Award. This year, Miss Earth 2021 will be the 21st edition of the Miss Earth pageant. This is the second time that the pre-pageant activities and coronation night will be conducted virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Lindsey Coffey of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event.