Sharna's sassy, sentimental and a bit of an extrovert. The 20-year-old works hard for her money and likes to treat her family. Living at home with her younger sisters has its challenges, especially when they ‘borrow’ her clothes and makeup. Sharna is desperate for her own space and wants to move out of home but she learns that when you have sisters, you have to share.
By
Laura Morelli

9 Dec 2016 - 3:21 PM  UPDATED 15 Dec 2016 - 3:05 PM

What emoji describes you best?

Who is your biggest inspiration?

My mum

What’s the coolest thing you’ve learnt about your culture?

From my father it's that Ngadju people travelled to the water tree which collected water many years ago

From my mother it's that Noongar people bury the placenta in the ground after birth  

Which sister has the worst habit and what is it?

Aleisha sneaking in my room and taking my stuff

If you could date anyone who would it be and why?

Drake - so he could write a song about me 

Must have accessory?

My music playlist - combination of all music 

What’s your most loved dream-time story?

It's about the Dreaming snake travelling through Mulba country. While on his journey he would shed his skins and spread all the ochre over Ngadju country. He now lays sleeping under the Nullarbor where you can hear him breathing. (blow holes) This is special to me because my Dad painted it in 1997.

Rainbow snake (Jilla) Dreaming

Share the best advice passed on from a family member

My mum always says:

"Beauty always comes from the inside"

Who would you like to meet the most and why?

The 'Reigning Queen of Rock and Roll' -  Stevie Nicks of course!

What can’t you live without?

A shower 

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