Bindi Irwin shares a rarely-seen family photo on Instagram

Bindi Irwin shares a photo from her private family album of her cuddling up to daughter Grace Warrior and mother Terri: ‘Immeasurable love’

They are Australia’s most wholesome family.

And the Irwins certainly lived up to that theme on Monday as they posed up in a private family photo.

Wildlife Warrior Bindi Irwin, 23, shared the image of her surprising baby Grace as the clan relaxed on a patch of lawn.

Intimate moments: Bindi Irwin has shared a photo from her private family album of her cuddling up to daughter Grace Warrior and mother Terri

The family looked closer than as ever as Chandler presented a smiling Grace to Bindi while grandmother Terri watched on.

‘Immeasurable love,’ she captioned the photo.

The photo itself was taken by her amateur photographer brother, Robert Irwin.

It comes after the family announced the opening of luxury accommodation at Australia Zoo late last month.

Private: Bindi has shared several private photos of her family life since Grace Warrior was born.  Here: Bindi, Chandler and Grace, now one

Private: Bindi has shared several private photos of her family life since Grace Warrior was born. Here: Bindi, Chandler and Grace, now one

The Crocodile Hunter Lodge will be open to guests at the popular Sunshine Coast tourist attraction from June.

Bindi shared the news on Instagram, saying it had been a long-held dream of her father’s to combine wildlife conservation with a five-star holiday experience.

‘The Crocodile Hunter Lodge. This luxury conservation accommodation for the whole family will start taking bookings in June,’ she told her 4.9 million followers.

Nearing completion: It comes after Bindi announced The Crocodile Hunter Lodge will be open to guests at the popular Sunshine Coast tourist attraction from June

Nearing completion: It comes after Bindi announced The Crocodile Hunter Lodge will be open to guests at the popular Sunshine Coast tourist attraction from June

‘Enjoy wildlife, fine dining and admission to Australia Zoo all included in your stay. Dad had dreamed about this for years and opening day is almost here.’

Bindi shared a picture of the lodge, which appears to be almost completed, and contrasted it with an old photo of her dad smiling near the construction site.

Steve, known to millions around the world as ‘the Crocodile Hunter’, died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after being pierced in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland.

Project: Bindi, 23, shared the news on Instagram, saying it had been a long-held dream of her father's to combine wildlife conservation with a five-star holiday experience

Project: Bindi, 23, shared the news on Instagram, saying it had been a long-held dream of her father’s to combine wildlife conservation with a five-star holiday experience

Bindi was just eight years old at the time.

Following his death, Steve’s family, including his daughter Bindi, widow Terri, son Robert and son-in-law Chandler Powell, have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo.

Bindi spoke about her father’s legacy during an interview in 2019.

Tragic: Steve, known to millions around the world as 'the Crocodile Hunter', died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after being pierced in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland.  (He is seen here in Los Angeles in November 2003)

Tragic: Steve, known to millions around the world as ‘the Crocodile Hunter’, died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after being pierced in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland. (He is seen here in Los Angeles in November 2003)

‘He was the greatest wildlife warrior to have ever lived,’ she said, adding: ‘He dedicated his whole life to protecting wildlife and wild places.

‘And I think that it’s really special that in this day we can all remember that khaki [the colour of the Australia Zoo uniform] is not just a colour, it’s an attitude.

‘And to remember the greatest dad on the planet and a wonderful conservationist.’

He’d be proud!  After his death, Steve's family, including his daughter Bindi, widow Terri, son Robert and son-in-law Chandler Powell, have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo

He’d be proud! After his death, Steve’s family, including his daughter Bindi, widow Terri, son Robert and son-in-law Chandler Powell, have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo

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