THE Irwin family has revealed the name of their new reality TV series, set to air on Animal Planet next month.
Crikey! It’s the Irwins will follow Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin, as well as Bindi’s boyfriend Chandler Powell, as they live and work at Australia Zoo at Beerwah. The series will premiere on October 28.
Bindi shared a new clip for the show to her Instagram account.
“It’s an amazing place to live. Our alarm clock in the morning is the tigers roaring,” Robert says in the video.
Since Steve’s death more than a decade ago, Bindi and Robert have appeared on a number of TV programs including Discovery Kids’ Bindi, the Jungle Girl and Bindi Wildlife Adventures and Robert’s Wild But True.
“We’re all about carrying on in our Dad’s footsteps,” Bindi says in the clip. PHIL O’Bree has just two great loves in life – his family and his footy.
An ex-shearer, the 78-year-old played for Tooleybuc when he was in his prime and in later years was a fixture on the gate of the club grounds at the weekend. As soon as he was done there, he and wife Heather would jump in the car and drive to wherever his grandsons, Matt and Kal Heslop, were playing for Nullawil in the Golden Rivers league.
This happy pattern of life ended abruptly a year ago when a stroke left Phil partially disabled and in permanent care.
When “Nully” made the grand final this season his family was determined he was not going to miss it and a plan was hatched involving an armchair from his son Greg’s lounge room and a transit van.
Nullawil beat Ultima by 42 points and took the premiership. A PROPERTY that starred in the famous Australian film The Man From Snowy River is on the market.
The prestigious 40ha farm at Merrijig in Victoria’s High Country was the location of Harrison’s Homestead, which featured in the 1982 film.
The replica homestead was erected as a prop on the block during filming but was removed after filming.
“They obviously chose that site because of the spectacular views,” selling agent Matt Childs from Pat Rice & Hawkins said.
The property is currently owned by a local who has held this block and his adjoining homestead farm property since 1999.
“It offers the complete package of views, history and location,” the vendor said.
“Every time I walk over this paddock, regardless of the season, I am delighted by the panoramic views to both the mountains and the nearby Delatite River valley.” THERE were high steaks in this wedding proposal.
An udderly-devoted Scottish farmer proposed to his girlfriend by writing “will you marry me” on the side of a cow.
Chris Gospel popped the question to Eilidh Fraser by using livestock marker on her favourite cow Curlytop in Aberdeenshire.
Mr Gospel went down on one knee after his girlfriend read the message.
He told the BBC when they picked a wedding venue they would have to check the animal policy if planning to feature the colourful cow again.
Mr Gospel said: “Curlytop is Eilidh’s favourite cow”.
“She is around the cows most nights so I managed to write the proposal, and then said we should go down and see her after she got back from work.”