Yeppoon’s Amba Daisley has won two modelling competitions this year, all while studying to become a paramedic.
Yeppoon’s Amba Daisley has won two modelling competitions this year, all while studying to become a paramedic. Allan Reinikka

Amba the ambo juggles two dreams

BALANCING work and university can be difficult, but throw in a budding modelling career and you've just got another day in the life of Yeppoon's Amba Daisley.

From Amba the model to Amba the ambo, the studying paramedic has the art of multi-tasking down pat.

"Modelling and being a paramedic are both things I've always wanted to do," she said.

"It's a bit hectic trying to keep up with uni but it's not too bad - you just make it work," she said.

After claiming the title of the Zodiac Nightclub's "Who looks best in their Little Black Dress" competition last month, the 23-year-old was crowned Miss Sunset Coast for 2012 at Strutters Nightclub on Friday night.

"It's very exciting," Amba said.

"Mum likes getting the flowers every week."

Amba said there was some great competition at the bikini event, with Crystal Ferris voted crowd favourite.

"There's some really good girls this year," she said.

Amba will be flown to Perth to compete in the National Finals for the Miss Sunset Coast competition, before travelling to Darwin for the Little Black Dress finals.



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