Bindi Irwin.

Breakfast aims to spread Bindi's passion for conservation

INTERNATIONALLY renowned wildlife conservationist and Sunshine Coast local Bindi Irwin will be guest of honour at The Buderim Foundation is breakfast.

The breakfast is at Buderim Tavern on tomorrow Friday, November 25, as the Foundation continues its focus on establishing a Youth Sub Fund to support youth-focused programs and events.

Foundation chair Heinz Seeberg said while Bindi had world-wide celebrity status, the 18-year-old also epitomised the passion and dedication the organisation wanted to inspire.

"Inheriting the passion for wildlife and conservation from her parents Steve and Terri Irwin, Bindi is always first to help educate and spread the conservation message,” he said.

"At just 18, she has already dedicated her life to wildlife conservation and inspiring the next generation to make a difference in the world, with her trademark enthusiastic approach.”

Mr Seeberg said the breakfast was not just about fundraising but was also a great opportunity to hear from Bindi and find out how she inspires other young people by her example.

Tickets for the 7am event are $40 and are available by emailing

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