She showed off her impressive dance moves on Dancing With The Stars last year taking home the mirror ball trophy.
And for the first time since taking part on the American version of the TV show, 17-year-old Bindi Irwin took to the stage again to perform a routine.
On Tuesday at Australia Zoo, the wildlife warrior reunited with her former band The Jungle Girls, as they danced and sang on stage, before donning khakis to feed Monty the crocodile for the crowds.
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Hitting the stage: Bindi Irwin on Tuesday reunited with The Jungle Girls at Australia Zoo, Queensland, in her first performance since winning Dancing With The Stars late last year
The bubbly teenager showcased her dance moves as she hit the stage with the group she used to dance with when she was younger.
Wearing black tights with a loose patterned singlet top, she put on an energetic performance.
But unlike the glitz and glam of the Los Angeles studio of Dancing With The Stars, Bindi’s latest performance was more laid back and she wore flats to get around comfortably.
Loving it: Sharing a picture of herself with the group to Instagram, Bindi looked thrilled to be reunited with the girls
Appearing to go make-up free, she had her long brown locks tied up off her face and into a neat ponytail.
Sharing a picture of herself with the group to Instagram, Bindi looked thrilled to be doing what she does best.
She captioned the snap: ‘Missed these girls! I hope we get to see you at Australia Zoo during these next couple of weeks.
‘Jungle Girl & croc shows, we can’t wait to meet you.’
Back to it: The 17-year-old before dressed in her signature khaki uniform to feed crocodile Monty
Bindi and The Jungle Girls performed at the Crocoseum and afterwards she joined her little brother Robert, 12, to feed help feed Monty a dead rat.
Bindi hopped into her beloved khaki shirt and shorts ensemble to feed the croc, and Bob also wore khaki for the appearance.
The family are performing a string of shows over the school holiday period.
Also last year, shortly after appearing on Dancing With The Stars, Bindi got back into her working routine at the zoo and fed crocodiles for punters.
Crikey: Bindi and The Jungle Girls performed at the Crocoseum
Like his late father! Bindi’s little brother Robert, 12, helped feed Monty, with one of the items on a menu being a dead rat
In November, Bindi was named the winner of Dancing With The Stars, alongside her dance partner Derek Hough.
The late daughter of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin spent Christmas in Australia with her family including Robert and mother Terri, 51, and her wakeboarder boyfriend Chandler Powell, 19.
Bindi then jetted to Hawaii for New Year’s Eve, and is believed to have been joined by her beau.
Sharing a picture of a Hawaiian sunset to Instagram earlier this week, she captioned the post saying she was looking forward to working back at Australia Zoo.
‘Bringing in 2016 in Hawaii was perfect. Now back at Australia Zoo ready for some school holiday shows!’
She earned it! In November, Bindi was named the winner of Dancing With The Stars
Party snacking! Bindi jetted to Hawaii for New Year’s Eve, and is believed to have been joined by her beau
Missing home: Sharing a picture of a Hawaiian sunset to Instagram earlier this week, she captioned the post saying she was looking forward to working back at Australia Zoo
‘Sunsets, lemurs, islands, and an amazing girlfriend’: Chandler Powell, 19, recently shared an adorable snap of himself with Bindi, at Australia Zoo