High School Musical star Zac Efron has completely ditched his Hollywood lifestyle after spending almost a year living in the Australian outback.
The 33-year-old certainly seemed accustomed to his new surroundings as he happily posed with his new motorhome while wearing an iconic Aussie Akubra hat.
Showing off his new $140,000 residence – a state of the art Lotus caravan – he told his 44.9million Instagram followers: "Home sweet home."
However he let eagle-eyed fans know all was not as it seemed as he included the hashtags "set life" and "gold movie".
The former Disney actor has set up base Down Under as he continues with filming for his new movie Gold which is halfway complete.
If his latest social media post is anything to go by it appears that his motorhome has been incorporated as part of a sponsored deal during his time spent in the outback.
The 17 Again star's temporary home is like no other, featuring a snazzy double bed, a plush leather sofa, en-suite shower room, pop up televisions and all of the mod-cons including heating, cooker and hot water.
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It wasn't known until recently if his girlfriend Vanessa Valladares, 25, would be joining Zac in his actual Australian home, which is believed to cost in the region of $22million.
But, Vanessa has since been spotted making regular trips to Byron Bay where the pair are thought to be staying together.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Zac could be about to set sail for the Middle East in a bid to complete a "huge endorsement deal".
A source confirmed that Vanessa will also be making the trip alongside her beau, telling Daily Mail Australia: "He will travelling with his new Australian team and his girlfriend Vanessa."
The new couple seem to be taking their romance to the next level after meeting last year when Vanessa was working as a waitress at Byron Bay's General Store and Café.
Wanting to find a more permanent base during the coronavirus pandemic, Zac left the United States well and truly behind him and purchased a home Down Under.
It seems he has adapted so well to his new surroundings that he has even signed up for several other Aussie based acting roles to keep himself busy while living in the country.
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