The Aussie actor and his wife, actress Elsa Pataky, were accompanied by their three children — India, six, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, four — as they were transported from Perth’s Crown Towers via helicopter to the popular tourist destination.
Although good friend Matt Damon and his family have been travelling around WA with the Hemsworths since last Wednesday, The Bourne Identity star seemingly passed on this outing, instead choosing to relax at the Crown Towers with his wife Luciana Barroso and their three daughters, Isabella, 12, Gia, 10 and Stella, eight.
Hemsworth, Damon and their respective families first arrived in WA last Wednesday, believed to have been invited by Tourism Australia, of which the Aussie star is an ambassador. But Tourism Australia told 9News that this wasn’t a working holiday for Hemsworth — this was purely a private holiday with family and friends.
Since arriving in WA on Wednesday, the group has enjoyed a spot of fishing, surfing and camping along the west coast, setting up camp at safari tents located in Red Bluff, north of Carnarvon. And while Hemsworth has yet to share a selfie with a quokka, he’s having the time of his life.
“The first time he came a while ago he said, ‘What about the snakes, and the sharks and the spiders?’ And it’s like, ‘Mate, you’re fine. It’s nothing.’ Anyway his daughter got a jellyfish sting, which is one of the the worst I’ve ever seen. And I was like, ‘That’s a one-off thing,'” assured Hemsworth.
“So he comes back over again gives it a second shot in Australia. We pull up to the cafe and he gets out of the car, takes one step and takes a six foot jump backwards and goes, ‘Oh my god.’ [There was a] huge big snake and he was stood right on it.”