Bindi Irwin Net Worth 2024


What Is Bindi Irwin’s Net Worth?

Bindi Irwin Net Worth: Bindi Irwin is a TV personality and daughter of the famous Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter). She was born to parents; mother Terri Irwin and her popular Zookeeper father Steve Irwin, on July 24, 1998, Buderim, Queensland.

Today, Bindi Irwin’s net worth is estimated to be close to $3 million dollars.

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Bindi Irwin Net Worth:

$3 Million

Net Worth: $3 Million
Real Name: Bindi Sue Irwin
Date of Birth: 24 July 1998
Age, How Old: 22 Years Old
Nationality: Australian, American.
Place of Birth: Buderim, Australia
Profession: TV Personality, Conservationist
Last Updated: 2020

Bindi experienced early life growing up in her parents Zoo, in fact, her name also comes from a female crocodile who was her father’s loved one.

During her initial years, Bindi was also a part of her dad’s wildlife endeavors. As a child, she was seen in her father’s ‘The Crocodile Hunter‘ television program.

Keeping her dad’s inheritance alive she has turned into a TV star in her very own right, she has propelled her own show on TV called; Bindi: The Jungle Girl.

Further, she becomes well-known for winning the ‘Dancing With The Stars‘ competition in 2015, and debuting a fictional book dedicated especially for youngsters in 2011.

Bindi Sue Speaks At Her Dad’s ‘Steve Irwin’s’ Memorial Service

The year 2006, saw a terrible loss for the young girl as he lost her beloved father after being stung by a stingray while swimming at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Bindi Irwin was set to branch out her own TV show and her father had been recording for the same which caused the incident.

Steve Irwin’s memorial service was really a memorable one, nearly 300 million watchers worldwide tuned into their television sets to experience the emotional farewell of the ‘The Crocodile Hunter.’

Bindi was back then an 8-year-old little girl who spoke heartily for her dad, calling him “Her Legend and Hero.”

She said — “I don’t want Daddy’s passion to ever end – I want to help endangered wildlife just like he did.”

— Bindi Irwin

In 2007, “My Daddy the Crocodile Hunter” documentary film was hosted by Bindi in memory of her dad, she also became inspired to debut her own TV shows in America as well as Australia called ‘Bindi: The Jungle Girl‘.

Later, she was seen in multiple talk shows and one among them was the popular ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show.’ She was likewise also a part of the narrative ‘Planet’s Best with Terri and Bindi‘ with her mom.

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Other popular endeavors of the multitalented Bindi includes — releasing her own exercise video, ‘Bindi Kidfitness,’ launching her own clothing line, “Bindi Wear“, acting for a family film ‘Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove‘ (2010), and winning the ‘Dancing With the Stars‘ challenge in 2015.

Every year of November 15, the Irwin family and supporters celebrate an annual service called the “Steve Irwin Day”, they also carry Steve Irwin’s legacy by supporting the ‘Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Charity,’ founded in 2002.

To conclude, Bindi Irwin’s net worth is estimated at $3 million dollars in 2024.


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1st Oct 2019: Bindi Irwin and her longtime boyfriend Chandler Powell are engaged as of 24th July 2019, the engagement was announced on Bindi’s 21st birthday. It took no longer for her to find her the perfect dream wedding dress, with a lot of joy she gave a sneak look at her wedding gown on Instagram, a delight for her fiancé and followers.

Bindi Irwin’s Wedding Dress Teaser

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Quotes from Bindi Irwin

“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.”

— Bindi Irwin

“As I’m getting older, I’m really learning unconditional love and loyalty are extremely important.”

— Bindi Irwin

“It’s so easy to be there when it’s all sunshine, but it really takes strength and courage to be there for each other during the dark times.”

— Bindi Irwin

“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.”

— Bindi Irwin