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He may be back on home turf, but our favourite leading man is playing tourist as he visits Australia with his family.

Hugh Jackman, along with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 59 and their two children Oscar, 14, and Ava, nine, arrived home last month and have been making the most of all things Aussie.

Hugh posted this adorable selfie cuddling up to a koala:


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Hugh has also spent time fishing, boating and hanging out with koalas at Gwinganna health retreat.

He is clearly happy to be home:

While visiting family on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Hugh and family foudn time to attend an event for the Adopt Change organisation, which is working towards raising awareness about adoption and making needed legislation changes around adoption law.

It’s great to know Hugh Jackman still calls Australia home, although it seems he is missing his dogs, who he can often  be seen walking in New York.


Tell us, when you’re away from home, what do you miss the most? 


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  1. Handsome man, but don’t like his politics.

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    • Whats politics got to do with anything??? I dont even know what his is but I know he is a caring, loving person and a great ambassador for our wonderful country. Welcome home Hugh.

  2. Now they have to cope with a new wave of thought that adoption is wrong and causes severe problems for children ( headed by children who grow up feeling ‘different’if they are not the same race as the adopting family).

  3. Can you tell me why it was necessary to print Deborra-Lee Furness age when you didnt print Hugh Jackmans…????????????????????

  4. I miss the sights, the sounds, the colours, the light and the scents of Australia. I remember one trip driving down the side of a volcano in Hawaii and suddenly the car was filled with the scent of the eucalyptus gums on the side of the road. Instant home sickness.

  5. I miss family and friends but I know what Hugh must feel when you reach Australia – yep, you’re home – missed the accent, the humour, the freedom, the weather, the landscape…

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