In honor of the greatest Wildlife Warrior, Wildlife Images is offering free general admission on Friday, November 15 – Steve Irwin Day! Wildlife Images will also offer free encounters with a variety of the parks’ Animal Ambassadors. Plus, don’t forget to enter the raffle to win a prize package from the Australia Zoo – and signed by the Irwins!
Wildlife Images is open from 10:00 – 3:00. This applies for regular adult, child, and senior tickets. Field Trip and Group Admissions do not qualify for this discount.
Please join us for this important day in the world of animal advocacy. November 15 is #SteveIrwinDay! Steve Irwin spent his life dedicated to protecting wildlife and inspiring and educating other people about the animals he loved so much. Steve’s passion and infectiously optimistic attitude earned him an instant following. Earning the name “The Crocodile Hunter,” Steve set out on adventures and invited millions round the world with him as he found new, wild friends.
One of those adventures brought him to Wildlife Images. Many years before a filming for “The Crocodile Hunter,” a bond was formed between the Irwins and Wildlife Images. Steve’s wife, Terri, entrusted Malina, her beloved cougar, to our care when she moved to Australia to marry Steve. Years later, the couple returned for a special episode of “The Crocodile Hunter.”
A special memory from Dave Siddon, Jr., Executive Director, Wildlife Images:
I was lucky enough to get to know Steve Irwin while he and Terri were here at Wildlife Images filming a couple of episodes of “The Crocodile Hunter.” Our paths crossed several times over the years and we became friends, I really enjoyed working with him. He had that infectious enthusiasm and passion for what he believed in that was genuine and not just something he did for the camera. His bigger than life personality made it difficult for anyone to follow; however Terri, Bindi, and Robert have done a remarkable job. They have not only continued his work they have brought it to a new level that Steve would be so proud of. The Irwins will always be very close to my heart and I am so glad they are giving so many people hope for the future of wildlife.
Steve Irwins life was extraordinary and his impact lives on through his wife Terri, daughter Bindi, son Robert, and their fellow Wildlife Warriors. So, today, on #SteveIrwinDay, we tip our hats and give a big ole’ “Crikey” to a man whose powerful legacy continues!