Miss Fiji Sugar Corporation Losalini Loloma created history over the weekend after winning three titles at the Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North.
Ms Loloma won the float competition, Miss Charity crown and was later crowned queen on Saturday night.
For these, Ms Loloma wins two return trips to Hong Kong sponsored by the carnival committee.
"I will be taking my mother with me for the trip and I am just excited to experience what it feels like to travel to Hong Kong."
She won the charity title by raising $20,111, which is $10,000 less than the amount won by last year's winner.
Labasa mill manager Christopher Karia thanked his staff and the people of the North for their support during the carnival, saying they could not have achieved this without their assistance.
This year's festival raised more than $147,000, most of which is expected to go towards setting up a dialysis center in Labasa.
Some of the funds will be directed to minor community projects.
Thousands of people from around Vanua Levu converged on Subrail Park to witness and participate in the week-long event.
Labasa Town Council contestant Sofaia Lakalaka won the first runner-up title while the second runner-up went to TISI Sangam School of Nursing contestant Anjaline Dayal.
FENC Fiji's Tabua Kaukimoce was crowned the king while Pramod Enterprises contestant Peni Koroi was first runner-up.
Closing the carnival, Vodafone's chief operations and finance officer Pradeep Lal renewed his company's commitment to sponsor next year's carnival.
Carnival committee president Hazeem Hussein said the carnival had fostered unity among the different ethnic groups in the North.
"Despite the wet conditions, people turned up to support the carnival and it had been very encouraging," he said.
"People have come in to enjoy the carnival while some had taken this as a chance to make money.
"In fact, we have already received bookings for next year's carnival."