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Steve Irwin's Wildlife Warriors



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DVDs Volume 1 & 2 NOW Available. Only $19.95 each from the Australia Zoo Online Shop.

The heart of Australia Zoo is the passionate team who carry forward Steve’s legacy. A unique group unified by their love of wildlife, its conservation and welfare.

Over 26 episodes, Wildlife Warriors Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin demonstrate what it takes to protect our precious wildlife here in Australia with the help of the dedicated team at Australia Zoo.

About the Show

Join Terri, Bindi and Robert and our passionate team of wildlife warriors as they return to prime time television with Steve Irwin's Wildlife Warriors.

The 26-episode series will follow the team as they take Steve's relentless fight for the preservation of wildlife to the next generation.

Be it a tiger tooth extraction, a koala who has been hit by a car, or tracking a crocodile in the wild, the series will focus on the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and Rescue Unit. Each episode is filled with a myriad of weird and wonderful things.

About the Zoo

It's as wild as life gets at Australia Zoo, Home of the Crocodile Hunter, Terri, Bindi & Robert Irwin. The team of wildlife warriors here at Australia Zoo are passionate about wildlife and continuing the legacy of the original wildlife warrior, Steve Irwin.

Australia Zoo is proud to be the major sponsor of our world-class hospital via Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, a non-profit charity established by Steve and Terri Irwin in 2002. Australia Zoo also funds the 24-hour Rescue Unit which successfully rescues, rehabilitates and releases sick and injured wildlife anywhere from all over South East Queensland and beyond.

Additional support for national and international wildlife and conservation programs reinforce Steve's mission to protect and preserve precious wildlife.

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people from all around the globe visit Australia Zoo to experience and learn about wildlife in the unique way Steve Irwin communicated it to the world!

You can learn more about Australia Zoo and our wildlife and conservation projects, plus there's STACKS more to find out about Australia Zoo in our About Us and Visitor Information sections!

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Get to know the passionate wildlife warriors working hard to continue Steve's legacy.
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Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo is the major sponsor of Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, a non profit wildlife charity established by Steve and Terri Irwin in 2002.

Australia Zoo and Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors carries on the legacy of Steve Irwin by conducting wildlife conservation projects within Australia and around the world.

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Wildlife Hospital

Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital

The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital is a major project of Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors. It was Steve Irwin's dream to build the world's largest wildlife hospital at Beerwah to honour his mother Lyn, and to provide a lifeline for nature's innocent victims.

It provides sick, injured and orphaned wildlife with leading-edge treatment and rehabilitation before eventual release back to the wild.

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Conservation Projects

Australia Zoo Conservation Projects

Australia Zoo is proud to fund various national and international conservation projects. Our current projects are successfully helping to protect many species including crocodiles, tigers, wombats, elephants and cheetah.

When you visit Australia Zoo or Sponsor a Conservation Project, you are helping us to develop exciting new territory in wildlife and wilderness conservation.

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Rescue Unit

Australia Zoo Rescue Unit

From koalas to green sea turtles to venomous snakes, the Australia Zoo Rescue Unit is dedicated to rescuing all wildlife in need.

From Brisbane to Kilcoy and beyond, the team travels far and wide with a proven catch and release program in place - their aim is to successfully rescue, rehabilitate and release.

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Meet the Zoo Crew

Terri Irwin

Terri Irwin

Terri Raines was born in Eugene, Oregon, USA on the 20 July 1964. Her father drove heavy-haul trucks and would often bring home wildlife that had been injured on the road. This instilled in Terri a love for wildlife and a desire to help animals from a very early age. At 20, Terri was running the family business, worked part-time at an emergency veterinary hospital and operated a wildlife rehabilitation organisation called 'Cougar Country', rehabilitating and releasing predatory mammals such as c...

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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 thr...

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Robert Irwin

Robert Irwin

Robert Clarence Irwin was born on December 1, 2003 and the abundance of energy he brings to Australia Zoo is contagious! With his love of nature, he enjoys wildlife photography, feeding crocodiles and learning about the world around him. Every year, Robert is so excited to be a part of the annual Australia Zoo crocodile research trip on the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve in Far North Queensland, helping the experienced croc team catch and tag crocodiles with tracking devices before releasing them ...

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Wes has had a passion for reptiles since he was young, and in his early teens moved to the Sunshine Coast and
discovered Australia Zoo (then known as the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park). At the time the facility had only one other employee outside of the Irwin family and in 1988 Wes became the second full-time employee. Starting as a volunteer whilst still at school, Wes' love of reptiles (especially snakes) and his get up-and-go attitude led to a natural progression of becoming not only Steve's right hand man, but also his best mate. All over the world Wes assisted Steve with wildlife rescues and documentary filming. Like peas in a pod these two were always up to something, and you can bet it generally had something to do with reptiles! Today, Wes is the Director of Australia Zoo and the Chairman of Wildlife Warriors (Australia Zoo's wildlife charity).

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Zoo Curator

Kelsey started at Australia Zoo (then known as the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park) as a school based volunteer and general keeper aged just 14 years. She was handpicked by Steve Irwin to join the original Australia Zoo team, when there were only two employees! While goannas are her favourite animal, venomous snakes and crocodiles hold a special interest for her...and are a tonne of fun! As Australia Zoo continued to grow, so did her job. Kelsey is now Head Curator of Australia Zoo and is full of enthusiasm, always ready to take on any task at hand! It's a big job running a zoo with over 1200 animals, and there is never a dull moment to be had - Kelsey is constantly on the go, overseeing the extensive animal keeping team.

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Design & Project Manager

Stuey has been here at the Zoo since 1996 and in that time he's done a bit of everything, from working with the birds Department, helping with croc captures or assisting with crocs at the Zoo. In his spare time Stuart likes to go fishing, enjoys birds and loves Star Wars, but most of all enjoys spending time with his son Zac.

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Tiger Supervisor

Giles has worked with Big Cats since leaving school. He started in his current position in December 2003, when Australia Zoo got their first tiger cubs. Originally working in zoos in England, Giles has also spent over two years working in a voluntary capacity in India, trying to make a contribution to help save the magnificent tiger in its natural habitat. Giles has a passion not only for tigers and their conservation in the wild, but also for educating people about the environment and what they can do to make a difference.

"The environment is the life support system to every living thing on earth, including us! People make decisions everyday that effect environments all over the world – we need to educate them to make the right decisions!"

Tigers About The House

Tigers About the House follows Giles as he hand-rears the most genetically important Sumatran tigers in the world – brothers, Spot and Stripe (since named Clarence and Hunter). To ensure the cubs survival, Giles is takes them home to live with his boisterous family!

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Toby started working at Australia Zoo in 1997, and now heads up the Australia Zoo Rescue Unit. His passion for crocodiles and all things scaly has seen him heavily involved in all manners of croc and venomous snake rescues, both in Australia and internationally. Toby's venomous snake handling skills makes him a very welcome addition to the Rescue Unit, along with his ability to climb just about anything! When Toby is not rescuing animals you can find him traveling around the globe checking out the world's crocodilians and other wildlife; places like Africa, America, Vanuatu and Sumatra just to name a few.

Frequently Asked Questions

Steve Irwin's Wildlife Warriors 2012

At the heart of Australia Zoo is the passionate team who carry forward Steve Irwin's legacy. They are a unique and inspiring group unified by their love for wildlife, its conservation and welfare. In this series, we will showcase the fabulous work of these dedicated Australians as they go through their day-to-day lives in and around Australia Zoo. Be it a tiger tooth extraction, a koala who has been hit by a car or tracking a crocodile in the wild, these Wildlife Warriors are taking Steve's relentless fight for the preservation of wildlife to the next generation.

Steve Irwin's Wildlife Warriors is on air Saturdays at 7.30pm on Network TEN.

  1. Where is SIWW filmed?

    The show is filmed in and around Australia Zoo, with a focus on the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and Rescue Unit. Viewers will also journey with Terri, Bindi and Robert as they travel to wildlife sanctuaries including the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Far North Queensland and Tasmania.

  2. Who are the main characters involved?

    At the forefront of each of the stories will be the Zoo's main staff, a core team of leaders from key departments who, throughout the show, will become the face of the Zoo, its legacy and its mission statement. These are passionate individuals at the very top of their game. We'll meet Laurie and learn from his Africa program; spend time with Amber and witness the world leading hospital she runs; and watch Giles while he befriends two endangered tigers. Of course, the Irwins will be there too with Terri, Bindi and Robert featuring in each episode.

  3. Who created the show?

    PRODUCED BY: Spring, part of FremantleMedia Australia
    NARRATOR: Ed Phillips

  4. Does Steve Irwin feature in episodes?

    With exciting archived footage of Steve in every episode you'll see how Bindi and Robert are continuing their Dad's legacy.

  5. When will the show go to air in my country (outside of Australia)?

    The show is currently on air in Australia only. Keep up to date with new developments regarding international distribution of the show on our website
    Alternatively, please contact Fremantle Media:

  6. Will I be filmed if I visit the zoo?

    Possibly – the filming schedule for SIWW runs through until the end November!