After touching down in Sydney on Saturday night, Julia Roberts is undergoing mandatory quarantine in a luxury mansion.
Daily Mail report that the actress is currently residing in the former rental home of Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch in Vaucluse.
The waterfront mansion has private access to a beach, jetty and boatshed, and offers northern harbour views. It also comes with a swimming pool and cabana.
It sold in 2008 for $45 million and is now reportedly worth $56.9 million.
A black-screened fence has been built for extra security and privacy.
After arriving in Australia, the Pretty Woman actress was driven to the property where she was met by a team of guards.
Julia Roberts arrives in Sydney for film with George Clooney🆕. pic.twitter.com/yH0BA3tFpA
— best of julia roberts (@bestofjroberts) October 23, 2021
One day prior, her co-star George Clooney, wife Amal and three children touched down in the country.
Amal and George Clooney arrived in Sydney Airport with family on Friday night, ahead of filming his new movie with Julia Roberts in Queensland. pic.twitter.com/suXIGhHnQM
— Amal Clooney Style (@Amal_Style1) October 24, 2021
The publication reports that the home has 24/7 patrols, alongside multiple chefs, waiters and housekeepers for her two week stay.
Both Julia and George are in the country to film the romantic comedy, Ticket to Paradise, which will be predominantly shot on The Gold Coast and Brisbane for around two months.