Forbes 18 under 18 Australia young entrepreneurs
Bella Tipping and Isabella Dymalovski represent Australia in the Fortune magazine's "18 under 18" list of the world's youngest entrepreneurs. Twitter/Kidzcationz and Luv Ur Skin

Australia’s Bella Tipping and Isabella Dymalovski were named among those named as the world’s 18 young entrepreneurs listed by Fortune magazine.

Tipping and Dymalovski joined the American-dominated “18 under 18” list of young innovators, “who are changing the world” according to the financial news publication.

Considered as Australia’s youngest entrepreneur, Tipping founded her business, Kidzcationz, when she was only 12 years old after a family vacation. Touted as the TripAdvisor for kids, Kidzcationz is a travel review website that lets kids rate hotels, restaurants and attractions based on the facilities’ children-friendly features and amenities.

On Instagram, Tipping, now aged 13, shared her delight for being featured by Fortune magazine.

“I cannot believe I made Fortunes 18 under 18,” she said. “I am number 9 on the list. This is huge for anyone to be considered, especially when you see the amazing young people on the list.”

“I am so thankful I live in an era when young entrepreneurship is encouraged. You don't have to live in a big city to be successful. Country NSW kids are as able as anyone else,” she added.

Meanwhile, 14-year-old Dymalovski is the mind behind Luv Ur Skin, a brand of organic and all-natural cosmetics and beauty products, which are being sold in more than 370 Priceline stores across Australia.

The young entrepreneur from St. Kilda told Fortune that she wants to run her own business or perform in a Broadway show 20 years from now.

On Instagram, Dymalovski said she felt “so honoured” to be featured on Fortune list.

Tipping and Dymalovski encouraged other teenagers to give business a try.

"If you can think it, you can do it!" Tipping said, while Dymalovski reminded young entrepreneurs to always “listen.”