Bindi Irwin has spent much of her life following in the footsteps of her father, Steve Irwin. Steve died in 2006, when Bindi was just 8, and she has honored her late father while not letting his larger-than-life shadow stop her from building an empire — here's how she made her impressive net worth.
Bindi and her family maintain the Australia Zoo, and Steve and Terri Irwin filmed more than 300 episodes of their family's various shows, including "The Crocodile Hunter." Bindi headlined "Bindi the Jungle Girl" when she was 8, and went on to do a number of albums, movies, and television show appearances.
In 2015, won Season 21 of "Dancing with the Stars" earning $360,000 for her participation — though she told TMZ "everything that I make goes back to wildlife conservation." A few years later, in 2018, the family launched the series "Crikey! It's the Irwins," which definitely earned Bindi even more income.
Despite the Australian Zoo closing during the coronavirus pandemic, which caused a lot of worries for the Irwins, Bindi's net worth has grown substantially over the years. Celebrity Net Worth estimates that Bindi's worth $3 million, and that will likely grow in the years ahead, given her popularity.