George Clooney, his wife Amal and their four-year-old twins Ella and Alexander are currently in the Whitsundays filming his new movie, Ticket To Paradise.
And while the family is believed to reside in the state-of-the-art Papillon mansion on Hamilton Island, they are also believed to spend time aboard the incredibly luxurious 82-foot Alani superyacht as the actor travels to and from the set.
The breathtaking five-star vessel can accommodate up to six guests overnight and features an expansive lounge area with a huge TV and dining area for eight.
You have a hunt to joke! George and Amal Clooney are believed to be spending time on this breathtaking superyacht along with their four-year-old twins; daughter Ella and son Alexander
Operated at all times by a permanent, fully qualified crew, the Alani also features a galley, bar and a huge observation area for watching the sunset.
There is a master cabin with a king size bed and ensuite, a state cabin with a double bed and a twin cabin with two single beds.
The interior is the epitome of luxury, with comfortable sofas and plenty of space, making it a perfect place to spend time with the family.
There is also a large kitchen with a refrigerator, icemaker, oven and dishwasher.
Stunning: The breathtaking five-star ship can accommodate up to six guests overnight
delicious! Operated at all times by a permanent, fully qualified crew, the Alani also features a galley, bar and a huge observation area to watch the sunset
While it’s not the primary residence of the Clooney family for their stay Down Under, it’s believed they use the superyacht to travel in style — or spend time together when George isn’t filming.
George, Amal, and the twins were said to reside in the Hamilton Island Papillon home; a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom townhouse designed by renowned architect Chris Beckingham.
Papillon is on the quiet north end of the island and is a short buggy ride to all of the island’s main attractions.
Luxury: The interior is the epitome of luxury, with comfy sofas and plenty of space – making it a perfect place to spend time with the family
Somewhere to rest: There is a master cabin with a king size bed and en-suite bathroom (pictured) a cabin with another double and a twin cabin with two single beds
Impressive: George, Amal and the twins were said to reside in Hamilton Island’s Papillon home (pictured), a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion designed by famed architect Chris Beckingham
According to Nine News, Amal was spotted in a buggy earlier this week after visiting a day spa on the island.
The huge house sits on 2,661 sq ft of land – meaning guests can enjoy ultimate privacy and seclusion.
Meanwhile, George’s co-star Julia Roberts is rumored to be staying at Qualia on Hamilton Island.
Lush: Papillon, located on the quiet north end of the island, is a short buggy ride to all of the island’s main attractions
Digs: Meanwhile, George’s co-star Julia Roberts (right) is rumored to be staying at Qualia on Hamilton Island
Julia would likely stay in the private beach house on the north of the resort, which features a private pool and secluded location.
The Beach House features a master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, a spacious entertainment area, dining room for 10 people and a 12-metre infinity pool.
It also features a well-appointed separate guest house for friends or family.
In Ticket to Paradise, George and Julia play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate attempt to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married.
The film will be shot entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali.
Best of the Best: Julia would probably stay in the private beach house on the north of the resort, which features a private pool and secluded location