Toowoomba beauty looks for love on The Bachelor

BALI BEAUTY: Noni Janur is featuring on this year’s The Bachelor.
BALI BEAUTY: Noni Janur is featuring on this year’s The Bachelor.

NONI Janur is looking for love and is one of 22 beauties competing for the affection of this year's The Bachelor Richie Strahan.

The 25-year-old hails from Toowoomba and will appear on the upcoming series of the dating show.


Ms Janur is a Harristown State High School graduate and moved to Bali shortly after finishing school to launch her own swimwear brand Balini.

Aside from her booming business, she has 21,000 followers on Instagram where she posts alluring shots of her Bali lifestyle.

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Ms Janur is one of four Queenslanders vying for the love of Mr Strahan on the reality television show.

Mr Strahan was previously a contestant on season one of The Bachelorette Australia and was unlucky in love, finishing third.

The second time round he hopes to find the woman of his dreams and with Ms Janur's ambition and good looks it seems she is in with a good chance.

The Bachelor is scheduled to air on Channel 10 later this year.

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