Bindi travels to a land of cold and ice as her dad Steve takes her on a journey to the end of the world - the southern tip of South America and Antarctica where they experience the unusual wildlife that thrives in the coldest part of the world.
Dental care is important to stay alive but in the wild, animals have to live with toothaches, in captivity however they're given the very best dental treatment. Bindi, Wes and Terri try some dentistry of their own in the Jungle Girl's Tree House.
Bindi takes a look at some of the famous animals and landmarks of Australia with dad Steve and mum Terri including koalas, kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, possums, kookaburras and crocodiles as well as the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Opera House.
Bindi and her dad Steve goes to Africa to take a closer look at Lions. While Steve works with vets in South Africa to attach satellite-tracking devices to a male lion, Bindi shows off some smaller cats.
Bindi take a trip across the United States, with dad Steve and mum Terri to look at some of the unusual and interesting wildlife in America. They meet elk, big horn sheep, black bears, bison, wolves, snakes, prairie dogs and alligators.
This episode is all about elephants. Bindi looks into the Asian elephants, who have been the workhorses of Asia for centuries, and the role they play in today's world. Meanwhile, Steve and Wes travel to Sri Lanka and Thailand to study the elephant.
In the first episode of Bindi The Jungle Girl, Bindi takes us on a tour of her tree house, where we are introduced to a lot of her animal friends. Bindi also shows us some of the animals that need our help to survive in the wild.