He might only be 11 years old, but Jack Berne has been branded one of the country’s most successful drought awareness campaigners, raising more than $1.8 million for drought affected farmers.
An ethical hacker at 15 years old, Tamara loves helping others and was the youngest Ambassador for Melbourne Knowledge Week as well as the winner of several industry awards.
A millionaire by the age of 17, Jack is one of the nation’s youngest and most successful entrepreneurs, diversifying and growing business to unprecedented heights with the aim of helping kids.
Aged 13, Yuma Soerianto is one of the youngest app developers in the world and has been an Apple Worldwide Developer Conference scholarship winner three years in a row.
Niamh was MC and organiser of the largest climate strike in Australian history. At 17 years of age, Niamh is leading and organising a movement of other strikers to help push climate action.
Miro Wilkinson >
Miro is a 16 year old from Castlemaine, Victoria with a big voice when it comes to climate change. So big, that he MC'd in front of thousands of people during a climate strike in Melbourne in 2019.
With a strong passion for business at 16, Liam started his own business at just 13 years old. He operates a number of growing businesses as well as curating for a well-known travel magazine.
George Facer Rolfe & Mason Carter >
George Facer Rolfe & Carter Mason (11 years old) created a pack for tourists including reusable items and were chosen to pitch their idea to Al Gore at the Young Entrepreneurs Summit in 2019.
Hugh Bettinson >
Hugh Bettinson has spent thousands of hours educating students and sits on the Advisory Council Panel for the Australian School of Entrepreneurship at the ripe old age of just 17.
Charlotte is an 11 year old actress who has been in the television and film industry for 6 years. When she's not on a filim set, Charlotte loves bike riding, spending time with family, playing tennis and she has a pet rock named Roderick!
Aurora is the 12 year old founder of #childrenforchange campaign and co-founder of a business called Cash Back Health. She is dedicated to educating young people about sustainable practices through the Children for Change Campaign.
Aleena's idea 'A Gift for You' came when she and a friend made 1,000 beautiful paper cranes and donated them to patients at a rehabilitation centre in New South Wales.