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Bindi Irwin is all grown-up
BINDI Irwin isn’t feeling very well. She’s just returned home from a hiking trip in Canada and has come back with the flu. Not that you’d know it. The only telltale sign she isn’t feeling a hundred per cent is a nasty cough, but as far as she’s concerned, the show must go on.
“Oh please, don’t worry if I start coughing,” she chirrups. “I’m going to go home and have some tea. Tea makes everything better.”
Most teenagers would be hiding under the doona feeling sorry for themselves, but not Irwin. She’s spent the day at the Sunday Style shoot, travelling the 75km from her home at Australia Zoo, on the Sunshine Coast, to a studio in Brisbane for a 9am start. She’s unfailingly polite and friendly to everyone on set. After five hours in front of a camera, she’s talking to me while she’s being driven home. She must be exhausted, but she’s as perky as she was first thing this morning.
“Hey, love,” she says. “How are you? It’s so nice to talk to you.”
IF YOU feel helpless thinking about the plight of Orangatan, melting ice and polar bears or the demise of penguin populations.
Terri Irwin from Australia Zoo says think again, every little thing matters.
"If everyone does something, we will be fine."
On Wednesday, the renowned wildlife champion was speaking as ambassador for a new tourism initiative - Noosa Eco Check.
Tourism Noosa CEO Mr Damien Massingham explained at the Noosa River foreshore launch that Noosa Eco Check was an interactive online training program to assist businesses in implementing environmentally friendly business practices that will also support Noosa in becoming a truly sustainable and eco-friendly destination.
Terri Irwin awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Queensland
Australia Zoo owner Terri Irwin can add "Doctor" to her title after the University of Queensland recognised her work in conservation and research and her support for high-quality science.
Mrs Irwin said she was "overwhelmed" to join the graduating class at UQ on Friday night, where she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science.
"There are so many people who are studying and graduating today who are going to be top in their fields, so to be counted among them as someone who's contributed to science and really wanted to make a difference is wonderful," she said.
CRIKEY! Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin Honoured at Madame Tussauds Sydney
Get ready to lace up those explorer boots, because from August 2015, visitors to Madame Tussauds Sydney will be able to go on an adventure into the Australian Outback with iconic conservationist and crocodile hunter – Steve Irwin.
With the gorgeous Uluru landscape as the backdrop for the adventure, visitors can come face-to-face with the international icon as they handle a snake and even don the iconic green Khaki outfits Steve Irwin was synonymous with!
Set to become a permanent feature in the attraction’s television zone, Steve Irwin’s sublime wax figure will pay tribute to his life and legacy – amongst what he was highly respected and well known for – the Australian Outback and bringing awareness to unique Australian animals.
For the first time ever, Bindi is going to attempt to feed Monty all by herself! Big hand for Bindi! This is so extremely cool because crocodiles don't just launch from the water's edge, they can also strike vertically, they can come nearly their whole body length out of the water. That's so they can catch birds and bats, things hanging on tree limbs. So Bindi's gonna demonstrate all by herself for the very first time, how to get Monty to tail walk. It's all about timing, Bindi.
Robert and Bindi have been feeding the crocs since they were 10 years old. So Bindi's graduated to tail walking on her own. And Robert's been doing this for a little over a year now, so let's see how he goes.