Bindi Irwin is famous for running her late father's Australian Zoo alongside her mother, the current owner.
The star took to Instagram to make a video thanking their fans for keeping up with them and supporting them.
She credited them for being able to run the many businesses, including the NGO set aside to help the wildlife.
The actress acknowledged their worker's dedication to running the business smoothly.
She slipped up while saying she was looking forward to the next year and blamed it on the lack of sleep brought on by her daughter's teething.
The zookeeper penned a tribute to her father and a PSA concerning elephants' endangerment.
The picture was a throwback of the late 44-year-old sitting on the desert floor facing a herd of the regal elephants.
The 24-year-old was asked to write the foreword to the book "Good Night Stories from Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Changemakers."
She hoped her daughter would read it and be inspired, while her mother, Terri, noted that the 1-year-old was growing with a strong personality.