Bindi Irwin

Bindi Irwin

Bindi Sue Irwin is a passionate wildlife conservationist, who has inherited her parents’ love for wildlife and wild places. Born to Wildlife Warriors Steve and Terri Irwin, Bindi is a determined soul, destined to make a positive difference on the planet.

Australia Zoo has always been her home. Every animal is part of her family. She could not get through her day without connecting with the animals around her, particularly the echidnas, which are her favourites.

Bindi made her television debut through The Crocodile Hunter and has a naturally kind and engaging personality. As Bindi: The Jungle Girl, she used her enthusiasm for wildlife to help educate others, both young and old, about the importance of caring for wildlife.

As Bindi has grown, so has her passion for conservation. She has travelled the world, visiting wild places, to learn more about the planet she wants to protect into the future. Through Wildlife Warriors, Bindi continues to work with her family to share her message of conservation.

Outstanding Achievements:


2019
  • Began campaigning to overturn legislation that allows the harvesting of wild crocodile eggs
  • Announced season two of Crikey! It’s the Irwins after a highly successful first season
  • 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards nomination for Crikey! It’s the Irwins
  • Launched a collaboration with Tea Tonic
  • Launched a new clothing range in support of conservation
  • Announced engagement to Chandler Powell
  • Recognised in TIME Magazine’s 100 Next list

2018
  • Bindi unveiled Steve’s Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with Terri and Robert
  • Met Prince Charles on Lady Elliot Island and discussed the future of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Bindi immortalised by Barbie for the ‘Shero’ collection 
  • Returning to Animal Planet
  • Awarded the ‘Ally of the Year’ LGBTI Award
  • Hotel room with the theme of ‘Bindi’ created in Sydney
  • Awarded the Nickelodeon Favourite Duo award with Robert
  • Lead role on television series Crikey! It’s the Irwins
  • Australian Tourism Awards “Australian Tourism Legends” accolade along with Terri and Robert
  • Guinness World Record “The most followed TV conservationist on Instagram”

2017
  • Maximum Magazine’s Hot 100
  • Olivia Newton John Wellness walk
  • Hosted ET with Cameron Mathison at Dancing With The Stars
  • Family contestants on Family Feud LA
  • Presented at the International Women and Law Enforcement Conference

2016
  • Presented award at the Premier’s Sustainability Awards

2015
  • Earth Hour Ambassador
  • Won Queensland’s Premier’s Sustainability Young Achiever Award
  • Season 21 Mirror Ball winner of Dancing with the Stars

2014
  • Received Australian Geographic Society’s Young Conservationist of the Year award
  • Featured in documentary feature film Surviving Earth

2013
  • Lead role in Return to Nim’s Island
  • Lead role in television series Steve Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors
  • TV Week Logie Award nomination for “Most Popular Female Television Presenter”
  • Successfully ended six-year campaign to prevent bauxite strip mining on the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve
  • Recognised by YCWA Queensland as one of the 125 Leading Women of 2013

2012
  • Earth Hour Ambassador
  • Launch of television series Bindi’s Bootcamp

2010
  • Bindi Wildlife Adventures book series launched
  • Lead role in Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove

2009
  • Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards winner “Biggest Greenie”
  • Emmy Award Nomination “Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series” for Bindi: The Jungle Girl series

2008
  • Emmy Award “Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series” for Bindi: The Jungle Girl series
  • Logie Award winner for “Most Popular New Female Talent”

2007
  • Bindi Wear International clothing range launched
  • Appointed as “Tourism Ambassador” for Australia
  • Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards winner in categories “Fave Aussie” and “Biggest Greenie”

2005
  • Bindi: The Jungle Girl television series premiered