At 34 years old, Rachael Finch has this physical status:
Finch's modelling career kick-started in 2004 when she won the Queensland Model of the Year title. In 2006, she was first seen by international agents Ford, Click, Elite, and IMG at a ProScout event held in Brisbane. Finch was crowned Miss Universe Australia on 22 April 2009 and subsequently represented Australia at the Miss Universe 2009 pageant held in the Bahamas on 23 August 2009. She was roommates with Miss USA, Kristen Dalton, during the Miss Universe campaign.
Finch was one of the contestants on the first season of Celebrity MasterChef Australia in 2009. She progressed to the semi-finals, where she and Biggest Loser trainer Michelle Bridges made it through to the next stage. She reached the grand-finals in which she came third overall. Finch also appeared in the 2010 series of Dancing with the Stars. She was eliminated on 1 August 2010.
After Dancing with the Stars, Finch was a daily weather presenter on Channel 7's morning breakfast show Sunrise. She also worked for the Seven Network as a reporter for several of its programs across current affairs and sports telecasts as well as making contestant appearances on Seven Network's in-house celebrity competition programs. Her work for Seven Sport saw her cover events such as the Australian Open, Melbourne Cup, Brownlow Medal, and the Olympic Games.
In late 2010, Rachael Finch joined the cast of the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars. Finch's partner was Michael Miziner, the partner to the original winner of Dancing with the Stars, Bec Cartwright. Despite receiving some negative comments from judge Todd McKenney over lack of content with their choreography, Finch and Miziner had been named the dark horse couple by the judges. Despite maintaining high scores, Finch and Miziner were the fifth couple eliminated on 1 August 2010.