Girlfriend (magazine)

Girlfriend magazine is an Australian teen girls magazine established in December 1988 by Futura Publications.[2][3] It is now owned and distributed by Sydney based Pacific Magazines.

EditorStacey Hicks
CategoriesTeen magazine
FrequencyQuarterly (with online mid-issues)
Total circulation
Year founded1988
CompanyPacific Magazines

The Girlfriend Model Search is a modelling competition.[4] In past years, the model search has been sponsored by Priceline, Schwarzkopf, CoverGirl and Rimmel London.[5] with selected 2007 national finalists even being appointed as the faces of "Schwarzkopf LIVE Colour" semi-permanent hair colorant products.[6]


Year Winner Finalists
2016 Imani Dilworth Alysha Bandy, Lilly Moreau, Paris Julia, Rose Lowrie, Chanice Jean-Pierre
2015 Emily Rink Ava Peterson, Viviana Harris, Netra Hankins, Paloma Hill, Tiarna Elle Herbert
2014 Lilli Watt Leah Bell, Meg Thurston, Avril Campbell, Rhiannon Proper, Emily McDonald
2013 Olivia Ludington Leilani Mendez, Elizabeth Greenwood, Caitlin Brown, Caitlin Clarke, Clare Stunzner, Mikayla Schnabel, Selina Polyak, Hollyarabella Thomas, Rose Freemantle, Brook Crompton, Rebecca Bomgaars
2012 Grace Simmons Elizabeth Love, Sharnee Gates, Georgana Coles, Jade Burton, Jessica Picton-Warlow, Molly Grace Nylander, Stephanie Field
2011 Chloe Glassie Yasmeena Osman, Zara Dobbie-Smitham, Isabella Vick, Rebecca Dupain, Claudia Reed, Dominique Roussetos, Monique Jensen
2010 Jemma Baines Tiffany Adcock, Bridgit Hollitt, Maddison Brown, Jacqui McGrath, Loren Harrison-Gorton
2009 Karri Pledger Abbey O'Connell, Madison Borbely, Jessica Ridolfi, Kailyn Allen, Rebecca Downes
2008 Kate Budrodeen Alex Klages, Karla Reid, Josie Vann, Karina White, Gemma Weaver
2007 Aimee and Morgan Hurst L Gourluck, Lucy Fry, Meg Lindsay, Emma Power, Catriona Gray
2006 Sarah Stephens Abbie, Danielle, Anastazia, Georgia, Casey
2005 Amy Fromm Kristie-Lee, Lauren, Danielle, Emma, Maddie
2004 Abbey Lee Kershaw Kathryn, Allegra Carpenter, Elle, Samantha Harris, Amelia Jennings
2003 Catherine McNeil Amber Vucka, Ruby Rose Langenheim, Talisha King, Rikki Stowers, Tully Smyth
2002 Victoria Boston Lauren Walshe, Michelle Reilly, Sarah Arnold, Pania Rose, Natalie Hodges
2000 Madelin Tomelty Tamara Gitsham, Julia Olah, Kasia Grabowski, Angela McKay, Keita Van Ewyk
1999 Amelia Chandler, Kate McGinnity Kali Dempster, Jemma Maio, Belinda Slater
1998 Tione Hawkins Joanna Hughes, Lavina Hart, Aliescha Parks, Kristy Ryan, Ana Mikulic
1997 Alyssa Sutherland Adrienne Nicholls, Tammy Knox, Korrin Reardon, Melissa Bain
1996 Jodie Hunter Juliette Jasinski, Angelique Naude, Nicole Abbott, Rebecca Seidel, Ivona Cablewski
1995 Emma Scanlon Lidija Bosnjak, Lisa Seiffert, Justine Davis, Kelsey Bryne, Agnes Buscu
1994 Tenille Petrelli Suzi Kojic, Kathryn Heal, Solae Riley, Jessica De Ryk, Tiffany Power, Zrinka Lovrencic
1993 Wanita Wright Olivia Treharne, Kate Millis, Jane Bourne, Samantha Froggatt
1992 Tina Cianci Rhye Costello, Brydie Cavanagh, Kylie Geihlick, Chantelle Leahy
1991 Amanda Gleeson
1990 Kristina Thornton Karen James, Elizabeth Gray, Caroline Bailey, Lynda Gerritsen

Girlfriend Fiction

Girlfriend Fiction is a collaboration with Allen & Unwin. There are 19 novels in the series[7] with another to be released in October 2010.[8] The novels are written by a variety of authors,[9] who write from a teenage girl's point of view.


  • My Life and Other Catastrophes – Rowena Mohr (February 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-286-1
  • The Indigo Girls – Penni Russon (February 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-292-2
  • She's With the Band – Georgia Clark (May 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-287-8
  • Always Mackenzie – Kate Constable (May 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-293-9
  • The (Not Quite) Perfect Boyfriend – Lili Wilkinson (August 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-346-2
  • Step Up and Dance – Thalia Kalkipsakis (August 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-555-8
  • Sweet Life – Rebecca Lim (November 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-531-2
  • Cassie – Barry Jonsberg (November 2008, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-347-9
  • Bookmark Days – Scot Gardner (January 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-578-7
  • Winter of Grace – Kate Constable (January 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-620-3
  • Something More – Mo Johnson (April 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-528-2
  • Big Sky – Melaina Faranda (April 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-711-8
  • Little Bird – Penni Russon (July 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-864-1
  • What Supergirl Did Next – Thalia Kalkipsakis (July 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-867-2
  • Fifteen Love – R. M. Corbet (October 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74237-015-6
  • A Letter from Luisa – Rowena Mohr (October 2009, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74175-874-0
  • Dear Swoosie – Kate Constable and Penni Russon (January 2010, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74237-198-6
  • Thirteen Pearls – Melaina Faranda (April 2010, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74237-202-0
  • The Boy/Friend – R. M. Corbet (June 2010, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 978-1-74237-286-0
  • Three Things About Daisy Blue – Kate Gordon (October 2010, Allen & Unwin) ISBN 9781742372129


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  4. "2013 Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search". Girlfriend Magazine. 4 March 2013. Retrieved 17 September 2013.
  5. "Girlfriend Magazine Model Search (Aussies)". Another Model Resource. 2007. Retrieved 17 September 2013.
  6. "Girlfriend Model Search: The Plait Thickens". Frockwriter. 8 July 2008. Archived from the original on 12 October 2013. Retrieved 17 September 2013.
  7. "Girlfriend Fiction". Allen & Unwin. Archived from the original on 22 February 2012. Retrieved 19 July 2010.
  8. "About the series". Allen & Unwin. Archived from the original on 9 February 2012. Retrieved 19 July 2010.
  9. "Authors in real life". Allen & Unwin. Archived from the original on 8 March 2012. Retrieved 19 July 2010.
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