‘High School Musical’ star turned Hollywood heart-throb Zac Efron has officially broken up with Los Angeles and made the move Down Under officially.
The 33-year old, who relocated to Byron Bay in New South Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic, just offloaded his longtime LA home for $6.85 million (US$5.3m), less than the $7.6 million (US$5.9m) price he wanted when originally listing the place last December, the Post reports.
Title record reports confirm that Efron 33-year-old actor paid $2 million for a massive 128ha property in the Glengarrie area of the Tweed Valley, about an hour’s drive north of Byron Bay and a approximately 30 minutes from Gold Coast.
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The property has been described as a private retreat that comes with its own rainforest, creeks, waterfalls and numerous bushwalking trails.
Zac Efron has fallen for Australia. Source: Instagram
Zac Efron now owns all this Byron Bay land. Picture: realestate.com.au
The view from his new Byron Bay property. Picture: realestate.com.au
The in-demand actor has numourous film projects coming up that are scheduled to shoot in Australia, including a remake of the 1987 film “Three Men and a Baby”.
Initially it had been thought that Efron and his Aussie girlfriend Vanessa Valladares were planning to build a romantic getaway on their new property, but they have since split.
His Byron home comes with many sprawling hills and even a waterfall. Picture: realestate.com.au