On June 13 2008, at the age of nine, Bindi became the youngest performer ever to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series in her work on Bindi the Jungle Girl, the previous record was held by Camryn Grimes, who won for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series at age ten for her performance in The Young and the Restless.
At the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards, Bindi Irwin, support the Wildlife Warriors campaign, by purchasing a pink, beeded wrist band.
In October 2007, Bindi won the "Most Popular Australian" and "Biggest Greenie" of the year awards at the 2007 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.
In a spring 2007 survey conducted by leading online travel directory TotalTravel.com, Bindi was voted as the preferred representative for Australian tourism. The survey -- which asked "Who the bloody hell do you think should be the face of Australian tourism?" -- received 1609 votes. Bindi received 605 votes or 38 percent. A movie character, plumber Kenny, came in 2nd place with 448 votes (28 percent).
Though no awards or prizes were at stake, the survey revealed the impact that Bindi and her father Steve have had on modern Australian popular culture.
Bindi spoke at a National Press Club luncheon on January 19, 2007, with her mother Terri. The host commented that she was probably the youngest person ever to speak at an NPC luncheon, since most of the speakers at the NPC are famous politicians, writers, actors and other nationally known figures.
Bindi stood in for her late father, Steve Irwin, at the 2006 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and presented the 'Fave Aussie' award to Guy Sebastian.
The speech Bindi Irwin gave at her father Steve Irwin's memorial service was written by her. Her mother, Terri Irwin helped to make the font larger, and that is all.
Bindi has been taken to a psychologist by her mother, following her father's, Steve Irwin's, death earlier this year. Bindi's mother was worried because her daughter seemed so happy after her father's death. However, a doctor told the family that they should be proud to have such a well-adjusted little girl, able to deal with tragedy.
Bindi attended Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in Sydney on October 11th, making her first public appearance since her father's memorial service on September 20.
Steve Irwin had earlier agreed to attend the awards ceremony so his daughter could meet her favorite television and music stars. Instead Bindi presented the night's biggest award-–Fave Aussie.
Bindi's new show on Discovery Kids network is to be titled Bindi the Jungle Girl.
"Bindi" means "little girls" in aborigine.
According to the TV Guide channel, Bindi had taken over 300 flights before she reached the age of 5.
Bindi plans to continue working on her 26-part series for the Discovery Channel, even after her father's death. The show is expected to air on the Discovery Kids channel.
Bindi is featured in a TV commercial for the Australia Zoo, formerly owned and operated by her late father, Steve Irwin. The commercial is accessible through the official website of the Zoo. The commercial was altered after Steve Irwin's death, and the line "there's a chance you'll see my Dad there, too" was edited out.
When Bindi was born her dad, Steve Irwin, said the name Bindi, his favorite crocodile, and Terri said the name Sue, the name of Steve's dog, and that is how Bindi Sue Irwin was named after a crocodile and a dog.
Bindi has a little brother named Robert Clarence Irwin.
Steve Irwin once described Bindi as "the reason he was put on the Earth".
Bindi Irwin's dad died on September 4th 2006 after being stung by a stingray through the chest.
During Easter break in 2006 Bindi had her very own live show in the Australia zoo "Crocoseum!" where she danced and sang accompanied by her "crocmen."
Bindi also appeared in the movie "The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course."
Bindi and her dad held a special father's day interview with an Australian magazine. This would be Steve Irwin's final interview ever.
In the spring of 1999 Bindi made her first TV appearance on the Rosie O'Donnell show.
A clothing line, "Bindi Wear" has been named after adventurous Bindi. The material is durable and made to outlast even the most active child. Featuring a cute crocodile logo, it is only available from Australia Zoo.
As the daughter of the Crocodile Hunter, Bindi was involved in the filming of "The Crocodile Hunter" and "Croc Files" series. Her first big film shoot was with rattlesnakes in Texas when she was just two weeks old!
Bindi's favorite TV show is "Winx Club."
Bindi has been to Disneyland several times, most recently in April 2006.
Bindi raised $658 by reading 25 books for the MS Readathon. The money will go to helping people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
Bindi is home schooled by a private teacher. As of September 2006, she was in the 3rd grade.
Bindi's first word was "Mom"; her parents (Terri and Steve Irwin) thought it was funny because Australians say "Mum."
Bindi's favorite animals are spiders and snakes.
Bindi: I don't think of myself as being famous, I just feel I'm a teacher who is teaching wildlife conservation. Being well known is a way of getting the conservation message out, which is really nice.
Bindi: My mom and dad are like my superheroes. They're pretty much the best things that have happened to me in my life. And I especially like having them on my show. I have gotten to meet a lot of different people, but I'm not really anything special; I'm just Bindi Irwin, and I want to help animals, and that's why I go on TV.
Bindi: I'd have to say that my daddy shared with me the best kind of loving person. He brought me love, absolutely.
Bindi: I've been filmed from the day I was born with animals. I love them. The majority of my day when I'm at the zoo I spend with animal friends.
Terri Irwin: (about her daughter and the environment she has been growing up in) Bindi doesn't go to the zoo once or twice a year, like most kids. She goes every day of her life. If you were to put her in a suburban house with a backyard and a pet goldfish, I think that would be really hard for her. It would be kind of weird and scary. But this is absolutely the norm for her, and she loves it.
Bindi: I love orangutans so much. People call me an orangutan sometimes! I really feel like we were separated at birth. Just holding one is the most amazing experience you will ever have.
Bindi Irwin: Riding an elephant isn't scary at all. It's like going on a great adventure. When you're on top of one, you feel like you're the queen of everything!
Bindi: (addressing the National Press Club (NPC) in Washington DC in January, 2007) I don't want to grow up in a world without wildlife. We must do something now to help save their homes. We have to stop cutting down forests and polluting our oceans and rivers. ... My daddy was a wildlife warrior and I'm going to continue his work.
Bindi (on her father): I can tell you that he was just great, he was always there with me by my side through thick and thin.
Bindi (on her father): We all know that Daddy had an important job. He was working to change the world so everyone would love wildlife like he did. Now it's our turn to help him.
Bindi Irwin: Some people think that I would be afraid of them, but I'm never ever afraid of an animal. I just get excited and some that are dangerous I just think, "Oooh! What's going to happen?" and things like that.
(from an Oct. 16, 2006 interview on ABC (Australia)'s Australian Story)
Terri Irwin: Bindi has a spirituality about her that I've seen with Steve. She has unbelievable sensitivity. She has an uncanny connection with wildlife. She has a love for them that was just like her dad's.
Bindi Irwin (Her speech at her father Steve Irwin's memorial service at Australia Zoo): My Daddy was my hero - he was always there for me when I needed him. He listened to me and taught me so many things but most of all he was fun. I know that daddy had an important job. He was working to change the world so everyone would love wildlife like he did. He built a hospital to help animals and he bought lots of land to give animals a safe place to live. He took me and my brother and my mum with him all the time. We filmed together, caught crocodiles together and loved being in the bush together. I don't want daddy's passion to ever end. I want to help endangered wildlife just like he did. I have the best daddy in the whole world and I will miss him every day. When I see a crocodile I will always think of him and I know that daddy made this zoo so everyone could come and learn to love all the animals. Daddy made this place (Australia zoo) his whole life and now it's our turn to help daddy.
Terri Irwin: We (Terri and Steve) say we feel sorry for the guys when she starts dating because she's a Leo, born in the year of the tiger and was named after a crocodile.
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