Guyala Bayles is a model, actress, poet and activist hailing originally from the Murri Community in Queensland.
Guyala was born in Brisbane, and grew-up in Redfern before eventually returning to Queensland at the age of 14. With no father figure growing-up she took inspiration and guidance from her grandfather, respected Australian radio presenter and land rights activist, Tiga Bayles. Tiga was known as the voice of Indigenous Australia.
Activism has been a cornerstone of her family for generations. Guyala’s Grandmother, Maureen Watson was an avid supporter of Aboriginal rights in Australia as well as a renowned actor, vocalist, writer, musician, and storyteller.
A successful model, Guyala, who at only 21 years of age, has already amassed quite an established client list, having shot for Country Road, David Jones, Scanlan and Theodore, Cotton On, The Iconic and Maybelline.
Guyala is very close to her Mother Yarraka, twin sister Ylan and brother Quaden who is the face of Stand Tall 4 Dwarfism.
Guyala has a highly creative mind, a love of the outdoors and a deep understanding of her cultural background.
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