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Known internationally in relation to her late father, Steve Irwin, Bindi Irwin has been in the limelight since as early an age as two years old.
Her father's largely entertainment-based conservatory work had her early career punctuated by features in TV shows, movies, and even her own music production.
As of 2022, Bindi Irwin has an estimated net worth of $3 million (£2.4 million), according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Bindi appeared in movies and TV shows like Crocodile Hunter Diaries and The Wiggles: Wiggly Safari since the age of two.
Six years later, she was the presenter of her very own 26-part wildlife kids' show Bindi the Jungle Girl, a production of the Discovery Kids television network.
With a clear penchant for international stardom, she also starred in the 2010 movie Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove, hosted the gameshow Bindi's Bootcamp in 2012, and joined the 21st season of (and won) Dancing With The Stars in America.
She's also branched out beyond TV and film, having released several albums with her band Bindi and the Jungle Girls.
In 2018, she was celebrated with her own official Barbie doll for International Women's Day.
Today, with her mother Terri and brother Robert, the Irwins continue operating Australia Zoo.
The family recently announced the Crocodile Hunter Lodge, a luxury overnight accommodation at the Australia Zoo.
The accommodation features a tribute to Bindi's late father and special recognition of her one-year-old daughter, Grace Warrior Irwin Powell.
Bindi said in a recent Instagram video revealing the Zoo's new accommodation: "This is such an exciting time for us as a family to be able to continue on what dad's vision was for the Australia Zoo."
Amazingly, the Crocodile Hunter Lodge isn't the only overnight accommodation at Australia Zoo.
Prior to her marriage to American wakeboarder Chandler Powell in 2020, Bindi lived with her family in a compound on the zoo grounds.
Prompted by their newfound marriage and parenthood, the pair sought a property of their own and reportedly 'fell in love' with a $1.25 million house near the Zoo in Queensland.
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