Robert Irwin almost says the F-word to RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under

Robert Irwin almost says the F-word to RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under

Aubrey Haive (Timaru, New Zealand), 25

Aubrey is no stranger to being in front of the camera as she is already a budding actress and musician.

This fashion-forward queen is originally from Timaru, New Zealand but now resides in Melbourne.

Aubrey Haive (Timaru, New Zealand), 25

Beverly Kills (Brisbane, Queensland), 21

Beverly Kills began dragging within months of turning 18.

Not only does she have a pretty face, she offers something special with her burlesque, including a good flogging and some fire breathing.

Beverly Kills (Brisbane, Queensland), 21

Beverly Kills (Brisbane, Queensland), 21

Faúx Fur (Sydney, NSW), 27

Faúx Fúr has been a solid face and the loudest voice on the Sydney drag scene for the past seven years.

She is proud to represent her Asian heritage and comes with the biggest heart to uplift others through all of her performances.

Faúx Fur (Sydney, NSW), 27

Faúx Fur (Sydney, NSW), 27

Hannah Conda (Sydney, NSW), 30

After conquering Perth’s drag scene, Hannah Conda took a leap of faith and headed to Sydney in 2015.

She co-founded Drag Storytime in 2016, where she reads to children dressed in drag to teach inclusion, acceptance and love.

Hannah Conda (Sydney, NSW), 30

Hannah Conda (Sydney, NSW), 30

Kween Kong (Adelaide, SA), 29

Originally from New Zealand, Kween Kong has Tongan and Samoan roots and currently resides in Adelaide.

She is the matriarch of Haus of Kong, a drag collective dedicated to transforming the lives of its young recruits on and off the stage.

Kween Kong (Adelaide, SA), 29

Kween Kong (Adelaide, SA), 29

Minnie Cooper (Sydney, NSW), 49

Minnie Cooper is considered the drag queen of Sydney with a glittering career spanning more than 20 years.

In 2016 she was a semi-finalist on Australia’s Got Talent, combining her drag and musical theater talents.

Minnie Cooper (Sydney, NSW), 49

Minnie Cooper (Sydney, NSW), 49

Molly Poppinz (Newcastle, NSW), 30

Molly Poppinz originally made her name in Vancouver after struggling to find the confidence to do drag in her hometown of Newcastle, NSW.

In 2018, she was crowned Vancouver’s “Wildest Queen” before returning to Newcastle to start a thriving drag community.

Molly Poppinz (Newcastle, NSW), 30

Molly Poppinz (Newcastle, NSW), 30

Pomara fifth (Sydney, NSW), 28th

Raised in the suburbs of West Sydney, Pomara Fifth always stayed true to herself and never let the bullies and naysayers get her down for long.

Representing both the Australian First Nation and Māori Queens, she has a reputation for being a versatile, multi-talented performer and hostess.

Pomara fifth (Sydney, NSW), 28th

Pomara fifth (Sydney, NSW), 28th

Spankie Jackson (Palmerston North, New Zealand), 37

Spankie Jackzon is a New Zealand drag performer best known for winning the $10,000 cash prize on the Kiwi series House of Drag.

She is the official presenter and itinerant reporter for the Wellington International Pride Parade, bringing drag to small towns across Aotearoa.

Spankie Jackson (Palmerston North, New Zealand), 37

Spankie Jackson (Palmerston North, New Zealand), 37

Yuri Guaii (Auckland, New Zealand), 25

Yuri Guaii started at the age of 18 and has been dragging for eight years, getting her start in the Auckland drag scene.

Having studied fashion design, her secret weapon is her sewing skills and she is known for creating all of her own stunning drag looks.

Yuri Guaii (Auckland, New Zealand), 25

Yuri Guaii (Auckland, New Zealand), 25