Back to work: Robert Irwin reveals season two of Crikey!

They have proudly carried on the legacy of Steve ‘Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin since he was tragically killed by a stingray barb 12 years ago. 

And Steve’s son Robert has taken the latest step in keeping his memory alive, as he revealed on Tuesday that filming had begun on the second season of the family’s hit show, Crikey! It’s The Irwins.

Pictured alongside his sister Bindi, 20, and mother Terri – the 15-year-old shared a photo of the clan hard at work on the Animal Planet documentary.

Steve Irwin's son Robert took the latest step in keeping his father's memory alive as he revealed on Tuesday filming had begun on the second season of Crikey! It's The Irwins

Steve Irwin's son Robert took the latest step in keeping his father's memory alive as he revealed on Tuesday filming had begun on the second season of Crikey! It's The Irwins

Steve Irwin’s son Robert took the latest step in keeping his father’s memory alive as he revealed on Tuesday filming had begun on the second season of Crikey! It’s The Irwins

‘So many more amazing stories, heaps of adventures – it’s going to be fun!’ Robert wrote alongside a smiling photo of the trio.

The teen is a keen conservationist just like his late father, and is also a talented photographer who documents underwater wildlife. 

The first season of Crikey! It’s The Irwins gave viewers unprecedented access to the family’s busy lives helping to run Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland. 

The fly-on-the-wall documentary ranges from showcasing crocodiles at their zoo on the Sunshine Coast to the family’s conservation work with wildlife around the globe.

The wildlife centre is owned by Terri, 54, having been first opened in 1970 by Steve’s parents Bob and Lyn Irwin. 

For the Irwins, the show isn’t just about carrying a legacy, but about raising awareness. 

The first season of Crikey! It's The Irwins gives viewers unprecedented access to the family's busy lives helping to run Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland

The first season of Crikey! It's The Irwins gives viewers unprecedented access to the family's busy lives helping to run Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland

The first season of Crikey! It’s The Irwins gives viewers unprecedented access to the family’s busy lives helping to run Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland

‘The most important role for our family is getting this message out,’ Terri said in season one of the show. 

Bindi agreed, adding: ‘It is so important for us to stand up and speak for those who can’t speak for themselves. 

‘Especially with animals like crocodiles, snakes and spiders … creatures that might not be cuddly and fluffy.’  

The Irwins! When Steve died 12 years ago, he left behind wife Terri, daughter Bindi and son Robert, now 15. The family are pictured at Australia Zoo here in 2006

The Irwins! When Steve died 12 years ago, he left behind wife Terri, daughter Bindi and son Robert, now 15. The family are pictured at Australia Zoo here in 2006

The Irwins! When Steve died 12 years ago, he left behind wife Terri, daughter Bindi and son Robert, now 15. The family are pictured at Australia Zoo here in 2006

Steve’s widow Terri has also admitted she’s not worried about Robert suffering the same fate as he follows in his father’s footsteps. 

‘I am more worried about him drowning than encountering a shark or a Manta ray in the water,’ she told The Australian Women’s Weekly.

Robert is a keen conservationist just like his late father, and is also a talented photographer who documents underwater wildlife. 

'The most important role for our family is getting this message out,' Terri (left with Bindi and Robert) said in season one of the show

'The most important role for our family is getting this message out,' Terri (left with Bindi and Robert) said in season one of the show

‘The most important role for our family is getting this message out,’ Terri (left with Bindi and Robert) said in season one of the show 

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