"Tasmania, you have stolen my heart," Bindi wrote in the caption. "Thank you to the beautiful Cradle Mountain Lodge for a lovely stay. A perfect way to celebrate turning 18 with hikes, gorgeous fluffy wildlife and so much snow. And thank you @chandlerpowell for joining me, this photo proves that you are also a wonderful photographer!"
Last month, Bindi took to Instagram on her birthday to pay tribute to her mom, Terri, and late father, Steve. Her post included a throwback picture of herself as a baby, being cradled by her parents.
"To be perfectly honest life has changed in a million ways since this photograph was taken," she wrote. "Along the way we gained another incredible part of our family, my brother Robert. Our conservation work with Wildlife Warriors took off around the world. Our home, Australia Zoo continued to expand and has become the greatest zoological facility on planet earth. Our Dad, Mum's soulmate and a superhero for us all, passed away."
"However, since this photo was taken, 18 years ago, one life ingredient has remained, unchanged, unbreakable. That is the unconditional love that is shared between my beautiful little family and the loyalty we have to each other and everyone else who has taken this journey with us," Bindi added.
Bindi's father, the "Crocodile Hunter," was killed by a stingray in September 2006. Bindi was 8 years old at the time and has spent much of her life working to preserve and honor his legacy.