Competitors hit the catwalk for the second heat of the Bikini Super Model Australia competition at Duporth Tavern.
THERE might have been a bit of a nip in the air yesterday but it didn’t stop some of the Coast’s hottest bikini babes from strutting their stuff for a chance to be on a new reality television show.
The second heat of the Bikini Super Model Australia competition was held at the Duporth Tavern at Maroochydore, where cameras continued to capture the action for the Bikini Super Model Australia TV series.
Organiser Richard Hoven said the tavern would host another two heats and a final over the next three weeks while other heats and finals were being held around the Australian capital cities.
The inaugural national final will be held on the Coast in June next year.
“Judges will be looking for stage presentation, personality, figure, theme wear choice and the girl’s presentation,” he said.
There will be $20,000 in cash and prizes for Coast winners. Check out more heats at the Duporth Tavern from 2pm on Sundays.